IOWA CITY, Iowa (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
In Nick Mulder’s new novel “The War of Megiddo: Book I: The Alfa” (published by AuthorHouse), readers are taken into the future to see a final war between heaven and hell fought by the warring sons of God himself. Drawing on sources from traditional gospels to the Book of Enoch, Mulder crafts a compelling and diverse tale.
When the War of Armageddon begins, Jack Watts doesn’t know he is the third son of God. But when his teacher, Auron, arrives to instruct him in the ways of leading the Army of Heaven, he begins to believe. The presence of Angela, his love interest, in that same army convinces him even more.
But all wars have two sides, and the Armies of Hell are led by God’s other son, Sammael. As Jack passes through the Veil of the Senses that separates the world from the realm of imprisoned angels, the fight for heaven begins.
Mulder hopes his story will make readers realize the importance of religion and how it needs to be used as a tool for unification. “In the end it has been the differences in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam which caused created war,” he says, “instead of allowing people to see just how incredibly similar the three main religions are.”
“The War of Megiddo”
By Nick Mulder
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 360 pages | ISBN 9781468536393
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 360 pages | ISBN 9781468536416
E-Book | 360 pages | ISBN 9781468536409
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Nick Mulder was born in Iowa City in 1983. He graduated the University of Iowa with a degree in psychology. In 1997 Mulder began creating “The War of Megiddo” and finished the first book in 2008. In early 2012 Mulder began work on “The War of Megiddo: Book 2 the Omega,” which will be the end of the story.
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