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Ephesus: A Tale of Two Kingdoms

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When Kingdoms Collide History Echoes Through Eternity

Batush had planned to spend his day working in the Library, but that was before he met the unworldly traveler. Accepting a message of challenge, Batush uncovers an ancient scroll buried by those who fear its message. With Bishop Jonness wanting to keep it hidden and Bishop Gallus craving its sacred knowledge--and both
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Kindle Edition, 430 pages
Published October 23rd 2019 by Zeppelin Studios Publishing
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Jim Poulin
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Mark has written a story that holds your attention. Like a good movie it moves along, has peril and tension and keeps your interest. He has two stories in parallel, spanning time, but yet showing the spiritual connection they share. He shows the struggles of people who follow God today and in the ancient world. This book is well researched, well structured and really a unique contribution to fantasy/spiritual literature. This is a work well done and I hope to see more from Mark.
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Mark Abel is an architect by trade but has dreamed of becoming an author over most of his life. Graduating from Arizona State University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture in 1980, Mark began his career working for three prestigious design firms before starting a practice of his own in 1987 which continues to the date of this writing.

It was in Mark's first year of college when he

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“Standing on the sea of glass was somewhat like walking on water. It was a humbling experience, even for an angel. The motionless surface reflected the kaleidoscope above, constantly moving in waves that swelled and yielded in response to the ever-singing cherubim. Sky song reminded him of the ocean, rising and falling, crashing and then gathering again. Today it was cool, smelling sweet and crisp, like honeysuckle. He stood in wonder, basking in the song of joy. Yes, that was it—soft joy radiating from the sky and reflecting up from the sea in which he stood.” 0 likes
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