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Enoch's Ghost (Oracles of Fire, Book 2) Paperback – June 15, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
What a beautiful story of sacrifice and love - I could read and re-read this book as many time as I want, and never ever get tired of it. It's message gives me a sense of hope and peace, reminding me of the unfailing love of my Savior.
I applaud Mr. Davis for yet another beautiful installment in the Oracles of Fire series, and I can't wait for the next one!
Thumbs up, Mr. Davis :)
"Enoch's Ghost" was a wonderful book filled with a bunch of excitement and a lot of action. This story's real message was really about which side to pick.
The story starts off with Ashley, Karen, and Walter all riding on Thigocia's back. When they land on a mountain and are then intercepted by Arramos who asks Thigocia to come with him. When she doesn't comply, he grabs Karen and throws her off the mountain. He then threatens to throw more people if she doesn't come. When she says yes, he reveals to the humans a staircase that winds down. The teens go down and the dragons fly up and away. At the bottom they find Karen, a bunch of giants, (who work for Mardon and who are also trying to make a portal to heaven and hell) and a girl with white hair who says that Ashley's brother and sister are invisible and are following her.
After they fight off the giants they find out that the girl's name is Sapphira and she really is who she says she is. Later, Ashley's brother Gabriel, who is a human with wings, and Roxil, who is a dragon, appear to them as well. Walter and Gabriel later find that the giants run on light. They also find out Mardon's plan and they together try to stop him, but a giant named Chazaq stops them and overpowers them. Karen tries to kill a different giant named Bagowd, but the giant kills her. To find out what happens next you will have to read it.
Bryan Davis is a great writer and out of all the wonderful characters, I like Walter best. He always stands firm in his faith, he has the most awesome sword, and he trusts and has the trust of his friends.
"Enoch's Ghost" is a wonderful book with lots of excitement and I enjoyed every bit and I am looking forward to reading "Last of the Nephilim."
Would I/Did I buy it? YES, we own the whole series
Would I read it again? Yes
Would I recommend it to friends? YES
Although in this book, Billy only appears in this story in a scene where he is talking to Walter on his cell phone, the plots and descriptions make it so you can hardly miss Billy and Bonnie! I really like both the new and old main characters in Enoch's Ghost, and I really enjoyed the descriptions of Heaven's Altar and of Heaven.
In addition to Walter, Ashley, and Karen, Sapphira, Acacia (the oracles of fire), and Elam are among others who appear once again in Enoch's Ghost. In Enoch's Ghost, Mardon tries to make a new tower like Nimrod's, but with this one he hopes to join Earth and Heaven. It's up to Walter and all his friends to stop Mardon's evil plan!
Enoch's Ghost was well written, and I hope that you will read it as well!
Spiritual truths abound, peril is frequent, and other dimensions are explored. Two thumbs up! (If I had more I'd put them up as well) I loved the other books but I think this one is the best yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this fantasy series by Bryan Davis. A Christian version of the king Arthur legend focusing on the dragons. Read morePublished 15 months ago by sky rose
Daughter (age 12) loves the series and couldn't wait to begin the next book. Oracles of Fire is a fantasy series with some biblical themes and principles, but it is not an... Read morePublished 17 months ago by M West
I loved everything about this book! The plot is great and I love all the twists and turns! You must read this!Published 22 months ago by lovin life
Another Bryan Davis masterpiece! This book was a great sequel to eye of the oracle. It really explains everything well and greatly develops the characters! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kindle Customer
Bryan Davis has done a fabulous job with this series. It's powerful, and exciting, I couldn't put it down! :)Published on April 1, 2014 by His Servant
This book is great for Christians such as myself.I would recommend the whole series.Bryan Davis did great on this one!He talks about how God is always there for you. Read morePublished on March 9, 2014 by Shadow Fincher