Uncovers the greatest conspiracy in history as the characters struggle to solve their own problems, but find themselves in the middle of international intrigue, spiritual warfare and God’s plans for the end of the world.
Parker, Colo. (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
Earthquakes and other disasters happening today that were foretold by the Book of Revelation help create this pulse-pounding thriller “The Road to Damascus: An Apocalyptic Novel of Faith and Warfare” (published by WestBow Press). This new novel by Doug Kotwica uncovers the greatest conspiracy in history as the characters struggle to solve their own problems, but find themselves in the middle of international intrigue, spiritual warfare and God’s plans for the end of the world.
Antagonist Mito Toshiro is the anti-Christ, who, with his Protection Committee of five world leaders, works towards the end of the world. Protagonist Joshua Harron is a street preacher who has been thrown in a dungeon as part of God’s plan to mold Joshua for His purposes. He becomes one of the two witnesses heralding the end times in the Book of Revelation.
An excerpt from “The Road to Damascus”:
“‘What have I gotten myself into?’ he asked aloud. ‘I always used to think that the battles were out there.’ He swung his arm vaguely toward the rest of the world. ‘But here I am all alone in a cold, stinking cell in the middle of who knows where. And this… this turns out to be a battle zone.’”
Kotwica weaves an exciting and thought-provoking story, making it feel like it could be happening now. He wants readers to “check it out in the Bible for themselves.”
“The Road to Damascus”
By Doug Kotwica
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 350 pages | ISBN 9781490806242
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 350 pages | ISBN 9781490806259
E-Book | 350 pages | ISBN 9781490806266
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Doug Kotwica is a self-employed contractor and serves as an elder at his church. He has written numerous plays, three of which have been published. His passions include short-term missions and writing. He lives in Parker, Colo. with his wife, Leslie, their daughter, son-in-law and three grandchildren.