Harmony of the Spheres

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iUniverse, May 1, 2003 - Fiction - 420 pages
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This novel is a testament and tribute to the existence of the Holy Grail and its passage through time. It is a tale of historical fiction that will capture your mind and hold you till the last page.

Harmony of Spheres is a devastatingly powerful book that details the forces of good and evil that has ripped apart the fabric of mankind down through the ages.

The central theme of the story is a sea voyage Jesus takes as a teenager traveling from his home to the tin mines of England.

The young Jesus encounters an ambiguous world of deceit, illusion, treachery and loneliness. Yet, he is also with men and women who are sympathetic, descent and courageous who help him develop as the man he would become.

The last chapters of the story take place in modern rural Vermont where the Holy Grail is about to fall into Satan's possession.

The reader will be mesmerized and fascinated by the mysterious shadows evil can cast over humanity. The complex ending of the scheme unfolds in its breathless final.

The storyline is ingeniously plotted and compellingly displayed before the reader.

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