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  • Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel

  • Chronicles of the Watchers, Book 1
  • By: Brian Godawa
  • Narrated by: Brian Godawa
  • Length: 14 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (155 ratings)

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Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel

By: Brian Godawa
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Publisher's summary

A game of Gods. A clash of Titans.

Ancient Israel thought she was bringing unity, progress, and change. She brought Baal, the storm god of Canaan.

870 BC. Israel. Beautiful Jezebel of Tyre marries King Ahab of Israel to bring peace in a time of war. But, when Jezebel builds a temple of Baal in the heart of Israel, the “mad prophet” Elijah challenges her to a duel of deities.

In the supernatural realm, spiritual warfare breaks out as the demonic Canaanite Watchers led by Baal battle to take the land back from the Archangels who protect the remnant of Israel.

And so begins the war of gods and men.

Join the battle in this heart-racing epic story of supernatural conflict, action, and love based on the Bible and ancient historical research by a respected Christian author.

This is a story in a spin-off series to Chronicles of the Nephilim. What if the pagan gods of the nations were fallen angelic Watchers from God’s throne?

Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel is part of the series Chronicles of the Watchers that charts the influence of spiritual warfare on human history, just like Chronicles of the Nephilim and Chronicles of the Apocalypse.

©2019 Brian Godawa (P)2019 Brian Godawa