The enemy of my enemy is my friend. At stake: the faith of billions. A bitter technology magnate's attack on the foundations of three major religions thrusts anthropologist Gabe Turpin into the center of a modern-day apocalypse. Gabe must convince a priest, a monk, and a mullah to put aside their ancient blood feuds for the greater good. Merging ancient martial arts secrets and digital technology, Gabe's battle plan will either save the world or cost him his soul.
©2007 Gary Gabelhouse (P)2014 Gary Gabelhouse
"A wonderful book with a message." (Chuck Hagel, U.S. Secretary of Defense)
Very intense and sometimes funny with Mr Jimmy
Nothing stands ouy
The narrator did a great job with all the different characters.
All in all it's a great audiobook and enjoyed listening
I am at that half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lol
I liked this book.It was gifted to me for an honest review.The storyline was intriguing. and well written.It was a bit of science,supernatural and mystery thrown together.Just what would you do if your particular god could be cloned?Interesting to think about.Mark McCarthy was excellent for the narrator of this book.I enjoyed his performance of every character.
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