Cotu

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 268 pages
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God does not speak directly with humans as he once did in the Old and New Testaments. That's why Joshua LaRocca is stunned and disbelieving when he meets COTU, who claims to be God, in seven-degree November weather on a deserted Atlantic City boardwalk in front of the Taj Mahal Casino. That meeting begins a challenge that neither the United States government nor the planet Earth has ever faced before. In the middle are Josh LaRocca, committed Christian novelist, his agnostic agent and friend since childhood, and one thousand militant Palestinians spreading an enhanced strain of Ebola virus in five hundred of the largest air terminals in the United States. If the Palestinians are successful, hundreds of millions of people across the globe will die, and Joshua can't believe he was chosen by God to deliver such a message of doom. Author Jerome Lucido takes readers on a thrilling ride through one man's efforts to do no less than save the world, all in the name of COTU.
 

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