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Have you ever felt that the world was guided in ways that are beyond man’s control? The constant changes in the world since the time of Nimrod 4000 years ago until today and all the events that have shaken the world have been to bring the universe back into the hands of the Prince of Darkness, Lucia, a world that he had ruled with his Watchers before it was all ripped from his grasp when man was created. Nimrod Rising paints a diabolical picture of how the Prince of Darkness executes his evil plot to take the world back by force and destroy civilization in the process. From the Great Builder Nimrod in 4000 BC to today, 666 generations later, you can ride the storm of Nimrod Rising and experience the death of a world and the birth pangs of another. You will swear it is really upon us!
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Steven Clark Bradley has been to or lived in 34 countries, including Pakistan, Iraq and Turkey. He has a master's degree in liberal studies from Indiana University. He speaks French and Turkish. He has been an assistant to a prosecutor, a university instructor and a freelance journalist. Steven is the author of four novels. Patriot Acts The Republic of Iran has linked up with radical American Militia groups to carry out a covert nuclear attack on America. Colonel Fisher Harrison, the best trained Special Ops killer the military has, is the one person who can effectively retaliate against these adversaries. But Colonel Fisher Harrison was framed for a murder he did not commit by his former boss--now the President of the United States of America. The two adversaries must put aside their differences and unite to stop those in league to bring America to its knees. Nimrod Rising From the Great Builder Nimrod in 4000 BC to today, 666 generations later, you can ride the storm of Nimrod Rising and experience the death of a world and the birth pangs of another. Stillborn! Unknown to Wallace Findings, a one-night stand results in twins. The mother is murdered soon after their birth to cover a hideous crime, which sends Findings on an eighteen year hunt for her murderer. One twin is adopted and welcomed into a wonderful life of plenty and privilege. The other is rejected and left an orphan, in a world without identity or care, facing brutal treatment and sexual abuse. This twin seeks out Findings and his sibling and all those who had abandoned him to carry out a plot of revenge. In the end, Findings discovers his role in a baby for sale scheme in which he and his unknown children were victims. Probable Cause Greg Bradford is an escaped mental patient, a man who wants revenge, a man prepared to do anything to get his life back and has a plan to do it. Corbett Mandeville, a homicide detective known for solving some of the worst murders in the state, has to stop him. But, Corbett Mandeville has secrets of his own that created an affinity between him and the vindictive mental patient that drives both to stalk their prey and take justice into their own hands.Review:
It's a book you can't help but admire as much as you hate its topic. I admire the author, Steven Clark Bradley, for taking on such a task. One thing I asked myself throughout the book is: Is this story fiction or is it true? One can only hope it is fiction, but the evidence paralleled by world events says there's a good chance that what we are seeing may really be the end of the world. But, who knows? And, who will be here to witness it, anyway? I admitted to the author that I get an eerie feeling and unsettled dreams after reading this book. No wonder. It's a scary nightmare to think that we may be witnessing events such as those in the book as they unfold in modern day social and political events. The book opens with a vivid description of a world gone wild. Money, governmental control, media, chaos, war, rampant fear, and terror are noted. Bradley gives reason for the condition of our world by taking us back to when it all began--the day Nimrod was born in 4,000 BC. Who is Nimrod? The son of Cush, the great-grandson of Noah. You remember these guys from Bible class, right? If you know anything about the book of Revelation and the seven seals, you will have a strong reason to believe that world events are a result of unseen warfare in the invisible realm. It all started with the division of good and evil in the Garden of Eden. Remember Adam, Eve, the snake, the fall of man, the apple, the Tree of Life, Lucifer--the morning star better known as Satan? It is clear that the story is based upon a belief that the figurative Garden of Eden (the Christian version of creation) is for real, but I don't take these things literally. To me, they are analogies, metaphors, and such. Sure, I believe in energy both negative and positive and I know they have an effect on me. But entities? Okay, maybe there are angels and demons. But, I prefer to stay in my safe little cocoon where all is love and there are no divisional lines of religious doctrine or dogma. But, this book won't let a reader stay there. The 593 pages of text disturb my ability to ignore world events. Cush, after defiling his teenage daughter, rejoiced as she brought forth his son. This infant of incest would become the savior of Lucifer and his evil subjects. This devil child, called Nimrod, would rebel and fight against Elyon (God, Jehovah) in an organized effort to control the hearts of mankind. The book tells the story of the fall of the Tower of Babylon; and thus, the war of good and evil is distinctly in progress. Through death, life, rebirth, reincarnation--whatever you want to call it, Nimrod comes to life 666 times in various human forms throughout history. It is now 666 generations later. That means the Antichrist is in the world now. In Bradley's story, another sinister entity named Abbadon possesses the US Vice-president Manassa Dormain--a man whose son was conceived similar to Rosemary's baby/the Virgin Birth story. There were drugs involved so it is not clear even to the mother how it really happened. Drugs do play a part in this story. Big pharmaceutical companies and government cohorts control the issue of all substances. The masses are experiencing severe rage-like symptoms known as TORS (Terror Offense Reflex Syndrone. The only drug to treat it is available only through the government. Sounds like the FDA, but I regress. The son of Manassa Dormain, Shepard Michael, has been put into a mental institute because, like his father, he sees future events before they happen. The book continues with Manassa helping Shepard play his role in the fight for world power--good trying to prevent catastrophe and evil trying to create it. I won't give away the ending, but it would make a good movie with all the drama it entails. You never know who is on which side, so beware of those angels in disguise! --Yvonne Perry "Writers in the Sky
Nimrod Rising is a very interesting book that kept me turning the pages. I think that the subject matter is spot on with the times and Steven C. Bradley has created a book that mixes creative writing with some hard realities of the present to spin a tale of the future that will raise the hairs on your arm. Buy the book and after the first page you will be hooked. --Paul A. Ibbetson
Though very scary, I really enjoyed reading this book. Alot of facts about what has happened, is happening, and soon will happen. Scary stuff! Knowledge is good. Research everything. Never allow yourself to easily be mislead or you will quickly be sucked into the sins of the world. Who will you serve? Crucified with Christ! --R. Cotto
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