2084 the Mark of the Beast
The Levy family lives in the Dhimmi ghetto in Paris after Islamists have political control of Europe. It endures Sharia Law, injustice and despair, all the while dealing with its own sibling rivalry, jealousy and betrayal. Joshua is unable to live up to his Biblical namesake and looks for a new life among the Mirages, a community living underground, planning revolution, and there, unexpectedly, finds redemption.
- Paperback | 244 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 13.97mm | 376.48g
- 02 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Henry William Kalweit
Seven years with the Jesuits and a grounding in cultural anthropology, scriptural exegesis, and the quantitative sciences give the author a unique perspective from which to project the social and cultural changes taking place in Europe. Building on his novel, Peter and Fevronia of Chechnya, which explores the extremes of Islam, he enters the conversation about what Islam may become should it get a social majority in Europe, and, indirectly, anywhere else.