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The Ultimate Prophecy [Kindle Edition]

Jacqueline Kojikian , Cindy Shih
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Unwillingly thrown into a mystery of world domination, visions of future catastrophic events and evolutionary changes in the human race are just a small part of what Sophia Amian Lutador and the unique child developing within her must come to grasp in order to prevent the oceans of the world from swallowing up Earth.

During the blissful paradise of her honeymoon in Fiji, Sophia’s life, secured with loving friends and family and a successful career, is changed forever when she discovers that not only has she been infected by the serum of an unknown species—a serum that has given her the ability to rapidly heal, breathe underwater and have acute superhuman hearing—she is also pregnant with an unborn child who is able to communicate with her, absorb her memories and thoughts, and speak with the creatures of the ocean—all while growing inside her.

Sophia’s bizarre new reality continues on its tumultuous path when she discovers that her unborn child also possesses a trait inherited from her father’s bloodline – the ability to see the future. Both Sophia and her unique child are thrust into a whirlwind adventure when Sophia’s enigmatic new husband, Vaughn Lutador, reveals that he is a direct descendent of Nostradamus.

Delving into ancient manuscripts and unlocking their secrets, Sophia works side-by-side Vaughn and her growing child in order to find a way to save Earth from destruction. However, when layers of secrets and lies are slowly peeled away, Sophia is faced with the knowledge that Vaughn could be the source of the end of the world and the leader of a secret sect of corrupt underground leaders, called the Matthewans, whose one devious mission in life is to purify the human race with those they deem worthy of surviving. Sophia and her unborn child are left with no choice but to be swept away in a turbulent storm of molten terror and chaos that brings them face-to-face with nothing short of a doomsday scenario.

With surprising certainty and skill for a debut author, Jacqueline Kojikian writes a powerful story, weaving intrigue, passion, and future Darwinian evolutionary changes into a tale that will capture the imagination of dystopian science fiction fans and keep them reading to the very last page.

—The Ultimate Prophecy. Copyright © 2012 by Jacqueline Kojikian.


Product Details

  • File Size: 428 KB
  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jacqueline Kojikian; 2 edition (May 28, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0076C7P8U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,350 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent writing, hard to believe. October 4, 2012
By dkw
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The author's writing style is good but the "sci" behind the "fi" is limited.

I'll save you some time and just say the rest of this review is based solely on the science, so if you are interested in actual plot points, this review won't be useful for you. I'll preface this review saying that this is a heavily character driven book, NOT a science driven book, so take the following observations with the appropriate weight. Also, I would classify this book as a romance novel, which is not my thing at all, and this definitely introduces an inherent bias in my reading and my review. If you are into romance novels as I am not, you'd probably really like this book. I chucked on a few stars because I realize that I'm really just not the intended reader.

From here on out, there will be massive spoiler alerts. Some issues I had with the book:

Detonating a nuclear bomb inside the Earth's core will likely not significantly heat it up. Assuming you can't drill to the center of the core, the bomb would be detonated at the inner core/outer core boundary. The outer core is liquid, so much of the energy would propagate as shockwaves through that. The rest of the heat (a significant portion still) would be transferred through the solid inner core, but I still don't think it would change the heat of the core a significant amount. Possibly it could mess with the dynamo, but to what extent I don't know - it's a very complex calculation.*****EDIT: I decided to do the calculation, which is a rough approximation assuming that the potential energy of the blast is entirely converted into heat and integrated over the volume of the outer core.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Could have been so good February 21, 2014
By Bob
Format:Kindle Edition
This is one of those books that could have been so good but it is ultimately disappointing. It starts well and is mainly the relationship between a mother and her baby, the twist is that the baby has not yet been born, so this puts it firmly in the science fiction camp. For most of the book this works very well and you get a real feel for the main characters. It however dates itself as it includes a prophecy of doom, hence the title, unfortunately the date given is 2012 so we know it did not happen which weakens the story. Towards the end and it is very near the end the author seems to decide it is time to turn this into an action novel and this just does not suit the style of the rest of the book. It is all very well having an evil secret society but not so secret that the reader does not know anything about it until very near the end.
A book with great potential but it is not fulfilled.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed it July 24, 2012
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I enjoyed this book. It was different - I had to get used to reading one chapter from one person's perspective and the next chapter from another person's perspective. But it all came together very nicely.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A very unusual storyline. January 27, 2013
By Pinco
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I am not quite sure about this book. It is very different and readable, but not absorbing. The story is unusual and well thought out but it didn't quite click with me
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More About the Author

Jacqueline Kojikian grew up in Los Angeles, where she thoroughly enjoyed her experiences of both the beaches and mountains of California. She has been fortunate enough to further explore the realms of the oceanic world in the warm waters of Fiji. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and went on to acquire a juris doctrine degree from Western State University, School of Law. Currently, Ms. Kojikian is an associate at an insurance defense law firm in Southern California.

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