Armageddon Darkness

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Third book in a series of five: A novel about the times from the rapture into the times of the Anti-Christ. This story carries a reader through cataclysmic, end-time events, the mark of the beast, and tells how a couple of unlikely teenagers with a Holy Ghost dog, Nicodemus, with special angelic assistance, save the United States from a terrible murderous disaster. More
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About David Pollitt

Currently writer of Christian Science Fiction with a six-book series. With three-book Christian nonfiction series on the new covenant species. Additionally, writes educational training books for management and universities. Big sailboat buff spending spare time when not writing restoring old sail boats. Spends time doing editing projects for publishers and authors. Spent years as a finance and business professor. Works for the AT&T Corporation in Nashville, Tennessee and has for the last 11 years. His three newest writing projects are The Noah Clan: Dark Nephilim Seeds followed by Floaters, Black Ice, Musterion: The 13th Disciple, and White Wings.

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Review by: Heather Cohen on Oct. 27, 2012 :
Great book. I loved his character development. His book was an inspiring story for Christian readers. I want to read more of his books! I forgot to put the stars on the last review sorry.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: portia jennings on Oct. 26, 2012 :
Its nice to read an end of times novel without feeling like your hellbound! It takes a special amount of creativity to write a novel about teenagers who assist in saving the world! There is not enough christian fiction out there. Good read.
(review of free book)
Review by: Shinobi Neko on Oct. 26, 2012 :
I just read this book and have a few comments to say about it.

The storyline is on the whole interesting but the overall structure, back-story, character development, and writing style definitely need some extensive editing.

In my opinion a couple more re-writes could make this book well worth reading, as it stands right now?

Not so much.
(review of free book)
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