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- Print Length: 372 pages
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- Publication Date: March 31, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D8RE7DW
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Prophet of Chaos (Chaos Theology Book 2) Kindle Edition
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We read several viewpoints throughout the book, from self-righteous descendants of angels to characters who are kept alive by demon blood. But the main characters are Nathaniel, the Prophet who will do whatever it takes to keep Heaven and Hell from destroying the human world; Derek, a graphic designer who discovers that he is an enchanter–and suddenly has to flee for his life from forces and beings he didn’t even know existed; and Corinne, a member of the same governmental organization as Anna who is seeking revenge. Each viewpoint shows the reader something new about the impending danger, and we see how little room for error Nathaniel has, how unlikely it is that he will enable the version of the future that will end peacefully.
This book has a great exploration of the realms of Heaven, Hell, and Limbo, even more so than Hand of Chaos. We get to understand more about how this world works and who the main players are, and Prophet of Chaos sets up the next book in the series nicely.
*Note: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.