The ultimate horror story is found in the constant battle between "good and evil". "Sword of Michael" manifests that story in a modern fulfillment of a lost book of the Bible. The tale begins in the Qumran Valley where the lost "Book of the Sword" is found. From the Qumran Valley to Louisiana State University and back to an isolated place in the Sinai, the story takes you around the world, to the depths of hell and to the infinite glory of Heaven. The characters, Christy Summer, Si Mehri and Miguel Pheiffer go on a roller coaster ride into the abyss that is the battle between God and the devil. Set in modern times, "Sword of Michael" is the fulfillment of a prophesy made long ago. The tale of the ultimate evil, tempered with Christ's great love is sure to tease the reader's senses. From Lucifer's fall from Heaven to the final battle on Earth between God and the devil, "Sword of Michael" will leave the readers heart racing and wanting more.
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John Thomas Louviere was born in Alexandria, Louisiana on June 25, 1957 to Jimmy and Calista Louviere. The second of three children, John was born to young parents in a loving environment. After an older brother died at the age of four of complications due to cerebral palsy, John's mother Calista fell into a deep depression. John and his younger brother Chris spent their childhood watching their dear mother's mental health deteriorate. Calista, a poet taught her children the love of literature at an early age. John attributes his dark side style of writing to the period in which he observed his mother afflicted by 7 nervous breakdowns. John considers himself a student of life and incorporates all that he has seen and been through into his songs, poetry, short stories and novels.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2008. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. Signed by Author. 1434896536 New store stock. Signed by author. C20. Signed By Author. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Signed by Author. ISBN/EAN: 9781434896537. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 20090801106633. Bookseller Inventory # 20090801106633