The Arrival by J.W. Brazier

The Arrival

byJ.W. Brazier

Kobo ebook | May 2, 2015

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Beneath a cloak of
darkness and mystery,
it has arrived …

Palestine: 1948—With the winds of war fast approaching, an unscrupulous archaeologist finally finds the remains of the man he’s been searching for … unwittingly releasing an ancient evil on the world.
White River, Arkansas: 1980—In a secret lab, top-level medical scientists work together to harness the power of previously unheard of DNA manipulation. But when the project finally comes to fruition with the birth of a specially “designed” baby, it just as abruptly comes to a bloody halt, with the facilities and nearly every member of the team wiped out, silenced forever … almost.
White River, Arkansas: 2019—The small town awakens one morning to find itself ground zero of a joint UN-US terrorist training exercise. Residents face martial law, a cashless economy, and a host of ruthless leaders seemingly bent on making the maneuvers more than just a military operation. Outraged citizens begin to rise up and fight back, but it soon becomes clear that something evil has arrived in White River …

A darkness unleashed
on an unsuspecting world.

Title:The ArrivalFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 2, 2015Publisher:J.W. BrazierLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Story The premise for this story was set in stone thousands of years ago; if you believe the Bible it is all laid out in precise order. This is a take on the end times with America being in the center; in today’s advanced times of medicine, research, and science anything is possible. This story begins in Palestine in 1948, Ian Taylor, archaeologist and Dr. Charles Wagner, scientist are hired to find a certain 2,000-year-old zealot Jewish body for Abram Solomon, CEO of Solomon Industries in the USA. I won’t tell you who they are hunting as this would be a spoiler. From there we are taken to White River, Arkansas 1980. Both Ian and Charles are suddenly having horrendous nightmares where the body from 30 years ago and Abram Solomon are the center attractions. Solomon Industries, now GEM-Tech is hidden under ground in the middle of the Bible belt, the most advanced research facility in the world. Something terrible is happening there, Project Phoenix, girls are impregnated and then disposed of if the desired results are not found, then came Mary. Her baby has very unusual traits, horrifying traits. Dr. Deborah Holland, a trusted friend of Dr. Charles and an acclaimed research scientist at GEM-Tech will see what Mary’s baby, still in the womb, can do. Mysteries abound as well as the most horrendous evil ever known to man, God has plans for Ian and Deborah in the coming fight; through a horrible delivery a baby is born in the presence of demons. What is released on the world and what will be the results? Fast-forward to 2019 and the coming fight between good and evil. Deborah receives warnings of his coming, and he is coming to White River. She enlists the help of her long last love Glenn Boyd and his number one investigative reporter, Dean Cohen. God is lining up his soldiers for the coming battle; they will be many and varied. Entering the fray will be newly elected Mayor Joshua Austin of White River; angels are watching and protecting God’s Chosen. Many will be lost during this novel, many will be deceived, and many will find the strength of God. What a wild ride this is. From White River where Dean Cohen finds Ann Holland daughter to Deborah and the beginnings of the take over by evil forces and the deception of the masses, the United Nations issuing money less cards and chip implants with DNA links to bank accounts, the halls of corrupt politics, one world order, and to the Middle East, you will not be sorry you took the ride. The author did a wonderful job of maintaining the tension, horror, presence of evil, and plot pacing of the book. I could almost feel the evil pouring from the pages; becoming lost in the emotions of the book is what makes a great book in my opinion. It does not lag in any way and did not ask you to believe in the End Times, the story did not feel preachy or pushy. Even if you do not believe in the End Times, you will still enjoy this fast paced book. Strap on your seat belt and get ready for the ride, this is a nonstop action novel taken from the pages of the Bible; it will make you stop and think, it actually made the hair on my arms stand up. The ending leaves the story at a point where a series can develop. I loved this book and highly I recommend this book to anyone that likes End Times stories or just an action story. It is a clean read. I received this book from the publisher and Netgalley in return for an honest opinion.
Date published: 2015-08-26