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Publisher Description

Everyone knows it’s there. We just don’t know where it is or what happens there. It’s the unseen realm where light and darkness battle for people and power. It isn’t heaven or earth and it isn’t completely physical or spirit. It is also not dragons or knights in black or white armor doing battle. Yahlandice is were agents of both Light and Darkness, train, prepare, and launch out on assignments to influence the lives of people all over the world – and sometimes it turns into war. 


In The Judas Sword, the author Mike Root introduces us to this “in-between” realm as young Matt Zampolos learns he is the last and youngest member of a new team of agents being trained to carry out a mission as old as time. He is introduced to a paradise-like world where “the physical adjusts to our needs,” and all the physical limitations of life are changed. It is a new world of astounding experiences, interesting characters, and thrilling adventures.


As Matt and his eclectic team of older and colorful members bond, train, and learn about the mind-blowing tools, weapons, and other resources at their disposal, they also learn how ruthless and brutal the Dark Agents can be – and how personal their war can become. It’s not only a battle over souls, it can be a battle of survival.


“The Judas Sword is a fantastic read! Highly suggested for anyone looking for an escape to somewhere better than where they are!”  Timothy H. (16)


“I love the book. Delving into it makes me think these places could exist, and if it does, I want to be an Agent of Light!” Jeannie T. (Sixty-something)


Mike Root has been the minister for churches in Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, and Missouri.  In his forty-plus years as a minister he has been a Police Chaplain, a Self-defense Instructor, and the author of numerous books.  He is a husband, a Dad, a granddad, and an avid bow hunter.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2017
March 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
258
Pages
PUBLISHER
Xulon Press
SELLER
South Tx Broadcasting dba Xulon Press
SIZE
1.1
MB

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