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God's Lions: Realm of Evil

Narrated by: David Colacci
Series: God's Lions, Book 4
Length: 11 hrs
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Driven into hiding in the French Pyrenees by the advancing forces of a new one-world government, Cardinal Leopold Amodeo receives a mysterious radio message from an unknown source in Northern Europe inviting him to a secret meeting. Fearful of a trap, and with time running out as a web of evil spreads across the globe, he must decide if he should leave the safety of his friends in an ancient Cathar sanctuary to travel alone into the far reaches of the north to meet with a man who may hold the key to their salvation.

In this, the fourth book in the God's Lions series, the non-stop action moves across the European continent as the cardinal and his dedicated team of scientists, code-breakers, archaeologists, and intelligence specialists join with others to face their greatest challenge yet in a climactic confrontation with an evil entity that has vowed to wipe them from the face of the earth.

©2013 John Brooks Lyman (P)2017 Tantor

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A stunning climax

A quite stunning climax to a wonderful series of books. Well researched and well read.

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  • L. King
  • 09-11-18

Least fave

I read all 4 books in this series, and this one is my least favorite.... It had all the good stuff going for it that the previous 3 installments did -- action, good characters,etc. What threw me off a little in this last installment was the preachiness. There were a few times it got a little too christian/godly -- like I was listening to a lecture. I'm fascinated with all the old testament stories, and those were folded into the action fairly well, but when Leo/Lev and whoever else got into those long, philosophical discussions, it stopped the momentum of the plot. Still, I was able to move past those because everything else moved well and led to the ultimate climax. I'd say it's worth the read/listen.

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  • Laura D
  • 09-11-18

This series makes you think!

Loved it. Makes you re-evaluate your religious views and beliefs. Deep views and opinions. Awesome.