The Shadows of God

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Random House Publishing Group, Mar 4, 2009 - Fiction - 352 pages
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BOOK FOUR: THE SHADOWS OF GOD

As the armies of the Malakim advance, led by a child of bright and burning power, Benjamin Franklin must summon all his ingenuity for the desperate attempt to preserve, not just the freedom of his country, but its very existence. For behind the wars of humanity there are other wars, fought by aetheric beings of immense strength and conviction.

The Malakim may be angels . . . or demons. All that’s certain is that when the war in heaven is over, there won’t be much–if anything–left of Earth.

As the ruthless forces of Russia lay waste to the New World, English troops make landfall in the east, determined to reconquer the colonies. Trapped in between lies a motley collection of Native Americans, ex-slaves, and refugees of the European catastrophe, led by Franklin and the Choctaw shaman Red Shoes. In that struggle, Red Shoes may prove his most potent ally . . . and his most dangerous threat.

In this stunning conclusion to The Age of Unreason trilogy, the balance of power lies with Adrienne de Montchevreuil, whose grasp of science is the equal of Franklin’s, and whose magic may be stronger even than that of the Choctaw. Only with her help can they hope to defeat the Sun Boy and his Malakim masters. But Adrienne has a shocking secret of her own, calling into question where her true allegiances may lie . . .


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Review: The Shadows of God (Age of Unreason #4)

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The Age of Unreason concluded much as I thought it would, but it was thoroughly enjoyable just the same. The series would probably have been better with a little tightening up to make a trilogy, but the pace and length of the series overall were fine. Read full review

Review: The Shadows of God (Age of Unreason #4)

User Review  - Goodreads

The Age of Unreason concluded much as I thought it would, but it was thoroughly enjoyable just the same. The series would probably have been better with a little tightening up to make a trilogy, but the pace and length of the series overall were fine. Read full review

About the author (2009)

J. Gregory Keyes was born in Meridian, Mississippi to a large, diverse, storytelling family. He received degrees in anthropology from Mississippi State and the University of Georgia before becoming a full-time writer. He is the author of the Age of Unreason tetrology, The Waterborn, The Blackgod, and the Star Wars New Jedi Order novels–Edge of Victory I: Conquest and Edge of Victory II: Rebirth. Greg is currently working on The Briar King, the first book of a new fantasy series, “Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone.” He lives in Savannah, Georgia.


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