The Revelation Effect eBook æ The Revelation

The Revelation Effect eBook æ The Revelation


  • ebook
  • 270 pages
  • The Revelation Effect
  • Stephen Woodfin
  • English
  • 23 December 2014

10 thoughts on “The Revelation Effect

  1. Dawn Dawn says:

    SPOILERSFast paced good writing butToo many loose ends So many times things were mentioned and then never elaborated on explained or revelaed to the reader which totally annoyed meThe ending was a wtf momment Nothing was really resolved the world is still a mess and I can't even tell you if the good guys or the bad guys wonThis book was marginally better than the second book but neither was as good as the firstI still like the authors style minus the loose ends and will read of his booksTriggerscursing violence


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The Revelation Effect➼ [Download] ➹ The Revelation Effect By Stephen Woodfin ➹ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Christian zealots resort to acts of terrorism as they seek to destabilize the United States government in this fast paced legal thriller by attorney author Stephen Woodfin The body count grows as fait Christian zealots resort to acts of terrorism as they seek to destabilize the United States government in this fast paced legal thriller by attorney author Stephen Woodfin The body count The Revelation PDF/EPUB ² grows as faith and politics collide The Revelation Effect is the final installment in Woodfin's series which began with LAST ONE CHOSEN and continued with NEXT BEST HOPE.


About the Author: Stephen Woodfin

Stephen Woodfin is an attorney and author of ten legal thrillers The first book in his Revelation Trilogy Last One Chosen was a Top Five Finalist for Best Indie Book The Revelation PDF/EPUB ² of in the thriller genre His book The Warrior with Alzheimers was named by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best books of .


10 thoughts on “The Revelation Effect

  1. Dawn Dawn says:

    SPOILERSFast paced good writing butToo many loose ends So many times things were mentioned and then never elaborated on explained or revelaed to the reader which totally annoyed meThe ending was a wtf momment Nothing was really resolved the world is still a mess and I can't even tell you if the good guys or the bad guys wonThis book was marginally better than the second book but neither was as good as the firstI still like the authors style minus the loose ends and will read of his booksTriggerscursing violence

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