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Samuel Buckland is a young man who has it all and is planning for the future. Gregory Caitlin is a businessman and politician. He has designs to bring hope back to a world in need... and he'll be damned if anyone gets in his way! When the two cross paths, even the angels tremble.

An ancient magic has been rediscovered. Sam must overcome his lack of faith and accept his destiny, or the world he knows will suffer the consequences.... A skeptic who must harness the powers of demons and genies. A zealot who has begun to walk a darker path. Bound together by a stolen secret. Can any of them escape the Chains of Prophecy?

©2012, 2014 Jason P. Crawford (P)2015 Jason P. Crawford

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This story combines wit and action for a fun read!

If you could sum up Chains of Prophecy in three words, what would they be?

original
witty
compelling

What other book might you compare Chains of Prophecy to and why?

I could compare it to Lamb by Christopher Moore because it also involves Christian traditions and lore seen in a unique fictional context.

Which character – as performed by Jim Pelletier – was your favorite?

Samuel Buckland

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed several times.

Any additional comments?

Quick read with robust and assertive diction throughout. Surprising imagery was delightful - brought ethereal subjects to life deftly.