Operation Dark Angel: The Rise of Nicolaitanes

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A man's birth through immaculate conception was prophesied by a voice. Nicolaitanes Balac grows up to be a rich and powerful man with unusual powers. He implements a plan to bring about world peace. But will it really lead to peace? More

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Words: 131,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301033195
About Pam Funke

I am the proud grand-daughter of a pastor and have spent the majority of my life in the church. I love serving God and living a Christian life. I am a Christian author who enjoys writing many different things. My love of reading and writing led me to write for the enjoyment of others. Besides reading and writing, I enjoy photography, cooking, painting, drawing, scrap-booking and anything creative actually. I am the author of The Apocalypse Series.

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Review by: fruitbuns on March 29, 2014 :
This was a gripping story, which I found hard to put down. A few typos in places, but none detracted from the enjoyment of the book.
I would of given it 5 stars, however the idea that anyone but God can read our thoughts was unbiblical, although she may of intended it within the storyline, as a fictional element. Also, only God can create life. At the start there was a baby born not of a father. I think the idea was that he was completely from the devil. Apart from that though, excellent, and I will look forward to reading the next part of this trilogy.
I was kindly given a copy of the book to review.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ron Byrd on Oct. 31, 2013 : (no rating)
Operation Dark Angel begins slowly,but picks up speed as the story

progresses. The end of days is fast approaching, and Nicolaitanes, the

anti-christ,has appeared on the earth, to set the wheels in motion.

Through deception,and strong arm tactics,he will cause the nations to

war with one another,and bring about the end of the world.

Operation Dark Angel will appeal to a cross section of readers,and can

best be classified as Christian adventure. While the book does paint a

negative picture of mankind , it is interwoven, with a message of

hope,and salvation. Pamela Funke is a writer who isn't afraid to lay it

on the line. Her deep belief in God,and core values,shine throughout.I

highly recommend Operation Dark Angel,to Christian, and Non-Christian

readers alike.
(review of free book)

Review by: Euphonos on Oct. 30, 2013 :
I have never read this genre. It took some time for me to figure out the characters after which I enjoyed reading the work. There is something certain about the quotes and how the author reveals and depicts the differentiation between evil and the good. I thoroughly recommend this book a good read.
(review of free book)

Review by: Joyce Wetherbee on Oct. 29, 2013 :
This book is not a genre that I typically read which may go a very long way toward explaining why I had such a difficult time getting into the story. The story revolves around the birth, life and goals of Nicolaitanes Balac and his desire to rule the world. Peripheral characters are brought into his "camp" to accomplish this goal and become major players in Nicolaitanes' plans.

From a miraculous conception in Italy to his rise to power, the lead male character is quietly ruthless and most of the time, careful to hide the evil within from the people surrounding him.He claims to be working for world peace, but is he really? Why is he bringing together such a disparate collection of individuals? Who is the voice that is talking to people, commanding them?

Once again, I tried to expand my reading "boundaries." Unfortunately, I was not successful this time. The story is well written, and also seemed to be well edited. Without a doubt, the author was meticulous in her research and knowledgeable of her subject as she wove her story. Her characters were believable as was the plot. I was simply unable to connect to either the story or the characters. I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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