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The Book of Paul Book Feature!

Friday, January 25, 2013
“Everything you’ve ever believed about yourself…about the description of reality you’ve clung to so stubbornly all your life…all of it…every bit of it…is an illusion.” 
In the rubble-strewn wasteland of Alphabet City, a squalid tenement conceals a treasure “beyond all imagining”– an immaculately preserved, fifth century codex. The sole repository of ancient Hermetic lore, it contains the alchemical rituals for transforming thought into substance, transmuting matter at will…and attaining eternal life.
When Rose, a sex and pain addicted East Village tattoo artist has a torrid encounter with Martin, a battle-hardened loner, they discover they are unwitting pawns on opposing sides of a battle that has shaped the course of human history. At the center of the conflict is Paul, the villainous overlord of an underground feudal society, who guards the book’s occult secrets in preparation for the fulfillment of an apocalyptic prophecy.
The action is relentless as Rose and Martin fight to escape Paul’s clutches and Martin’s destiny as the chosen recipient of Paul’s sinister legacy.  Science and magic, mythology and technology converge in a monumental battle where the stakes couldn’t be higher: control of the ultimate power in the universe–the Maelstrom.
The Book of Paul is the first of seven volumes in a sweeping mythological narrative tracing the mystical connections between Hermes Trismegistus in ancient Egypt, Sophia, the female counterpart of Christ, and the Celtic druids of Clan Kelly.
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Genre – Paranormal Thriller / Dark Fantasy 
Rating – R
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  1. Unknown said...:

    It is such a great read too! I love LOVE this book!

  1. Unknown said...:

    I've seen this book quite a bit on Goodreads and have been wanting to read it. Thanks for featuring it on your blog

  1. Unknown said...:

    I've heard so much about this book, sounds awesome! Added to my TBR, thanks! :)

  1. O.O Sounds intriguing. Thanks!

  1. Chelsea B. said...:

    W.O.W.! Deep, dark, and intriguing are the words that popped to mind after reading that!

  1. Galadriel said...:

    It sounds very interesting. I love reading stories that are inspired by mythology.