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A new, pulse-pounding thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of the Jason Bourne series and The Testament.
The End of Days has been predicted for the last two thousand years. Now, without warning, it is upon us. In a hidden cave in the mountains of Lebanon, a man makes a fateful discovery. He will bring what has been forbidden for thousands of years out of the darkness and into the light: the Testament of Lucifer.
In Istanbul, Bravo Shaw, head of the Gnostic Observatine sect, is warned by Fra Leoni of the war between Good and Evil, waged to a standstill since time immemorial. Now an unfathomable danger has arisen: Lucifer’s advance guard, the Fallen. Humankind is in danger of being enslaved by the forces of evil.
Bravo, Fra Leoni, and Bravo’s blind, brilliant sister, Emma, are the first and last line of defense against the chaos unleashed by the Testament of Lucifer. All roads lead to the Book of Deathly Things: the Testament of Lucifer. But if Bravo and Emma become privy to its dreadful secrets they very might well forfeit far more than just their lives.
In the sequel to his internationally bestselling The Testament, Lustbader delivers a new trilogy that explores religion, politics, and civilization, that plumbs the depths of morality, that, finally, asks us to consider what it really means to be human.
|Title||:||The Fallen (Bravo Shaw, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
April 30, 2017
I love theological thrillers. However, this one left me cold. That I got this far with the book have to do with the hope that the book would get better, but I found the plot to be both slow and uninteresting and the characters are flat. I found myself not liking Bravo Shaw, he's just not...
May 22, 2017
Good thing I I don't like it when it I just don't can't see how the people are I know it
July 14, 2017
The Fallen By Eric Van Lustbader is a gripping tale of suspense that keeps the reader riveted to the pages as the tale of good verses evil unwinds.
This book is a page turner that keeps the reader wondering what the outcome will be.
Full action, suspense and demons, magic, action, it is another sat...
July 15, 2017
The premise of this book is right down one of my alleys but I just can't stay with it. I'm neither Catholic nor Muslim but respect and appreciate both. However, his obvious dislike of the Catholic Church is a major distraction here. I hope he sees a counselor to deal with what is driving this...I...
May 14, 2017
I grab this book and started reading without knowing it was the second book in the Bravo Shaw series. Excellent read, I am going to get part one today... I wished all books were written and executed with such excellence.
June 01, 2017
I generally have enjoyed Eric Van Lustbader's writing when he has worked in collaboration with other author's. (Ludlum's Bourne etc.) This book was just barely ok, not my genre or subject matter
July 08, 2017
Disappointing. Got thru 1/2 of it - I finish 99.9% of the books I start, but it couldn't keep my interest.
June 10, 2017
Keep in mind that this is the 2nd book in this series. It reads real fast once you know the characters.
May 01, 2017
This was a real brain melter! I love a good, complex thriller but I found this quite hard going.
It didn't help that some of the characters were rather hard edged and hard to love. Even the hero, Bravo, I found quite unlovable sometimes. I enjoy a good theological, conspiracy thriller but by the e...
April 26, 2017
This is a thriller in the true sense of the word. It contains a complex and intriguing story that moves quickly and unpredictably. Some of the religious mysticism is beyond my understanding but it does make for a compelling read. I especially appreciate the adept way the past and present are merg...