Valley of Bones (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, May 11, 2010 - Fiction - 432 pages
8 Reviews

For millennia, two groups of immortals have roamed the earth in a spiritual chess game for human souls. Now they enter the time of Final Vengeance.

On one side are the Collectors--unholy, undead entities who feed on misery and blood. In opposition are the Nistarim--saints raised from their tombs during the Nazarene's resurrection, who work to protect mankind.

Natira, a powerful Collector infused with Judas's blood, is on the verge of finding the last of the Nistarim. To destroy them all in one master stroke, he must find the Nazarene's Crown of Thorns which is believed to be buried near Jerusalem.

But the Nistarim have a potent weapon of their own, a boy who carries immortal blood. He has been hiding and waiting until now, when both sides collide in a battle of biblical proportions at Israel's historic Valley of Bones.

The Jerusalem's Undead Trilogy takes readers on a riveting journey, as imaginative fiction melds with biblical and archaeological history.

  

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Review: Valley Of Bones (Jerusalem's Undead Trilogy #3)

User Review  - Angela - Goodreads

I wanted to love this whole series. I thought the first book was fantastic, but by midway through the second book it started to drag. The basic premise is new and interesting and from this series ... Read full review

Review: Valley Of Bones (Jerusalem's Undead Trilogy #3)

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

whole series is excellent portrayal of good versus evil in the fictional what-if world of vampires and their formation by fallen angels/demons. Great page turners and I couldn't stop until I had finished them all. Rare for that to happen anymore. Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
1
SIGHT
7
TOUCH
113
SMELL
195
TASTE
247
HEARING
333
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
419
AUTHORS NOTE
422
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
423
Copyright

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ERIC WILSON grew up dreaming he' d become a mystery writer. He' s done just that with his numerous books, using real Canadian locations and creating compelling and resourceful young heroes who find themselves living exciting adventures. Since Murder on The Canadian was published in 1976, the Tom and Liz Austen series has sold over 1.5 million copies in Canada. Wilson lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with his wife, Flo.

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