Bloomington, IN, March 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- What scares you most in life?
Wilson’s adventure novel captives the readers with a story of the occult and invisible evil.
The Prophecy’s Child (published by iUniverse) by W.E.D. Wilson is a fast-paced adventure novel about the family of Gary and Beth Carter, who along with their young, shut-in daughter, Allyson, are pulled into the world of the occult, taking them on a dangerous journey halfway around the world in search of answers to Allyson’s condition but also right into the middle of danger.
Written by a twenty-five year veteran in the law enforcement and intelligence community, The Prophecy’s Child captivates the reader by bringing biblical history to life through the writings and drawings of Allyson. But what do the writings that Allyson does non-stop mean? The Carter’s first enlist the help of their friend Bill Monroe, a theology professor. Monroe then brings his friend, Clay Harker, a linguist for the Smithsonian, into the fold. Despite their apprehensions, the Carter’s know that they must make a meaningful trip to Israel, the site of a past adventure of their own, in order to help Allyson overcome her condition.
However, on the other side of the world, the followers of ancient pagan god, Ba-al, are seeing a prophecy coming into focus in Israel that has been foretold regarding “The Anointed One.“ The group plots and then steals items from the Israel Museum Jerusalem in order to prepare for an upcoming ritual of sacrifice.
“We may all fear the evil or the danger we can see, but what scares us the most is the invisible evil we know exists…The Unseen,” Wilson said.
Could Allyson really be connected to an ancient queen from nearly 3,000 years ago? Will the secret that Gary has held from Beth for so long be revealed?
When the two worlds collide, the jeopardy of the Carter family, their friends as well as the followers of Ba-al are in the hands of an unknown force that could bring death to all.
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