Armor of God
In the sequel to "The Masada Scroll", father Michael Flannery continues his search to recover the missing Gospel of Dismayas. He is keeper of the Sign, prophesized to bring the gospel of peace to the world. On his way to New York for a landmark symposium of the world's largest religious groups, Flannery barely escapes assassination. Not content with possessing the scroll, Via Dei is determined to tie up loose ends and ensure that father Flannery's message never gets out. Interwoven with the modern-day suspense is the story of Tobias Garlande, a scholar living during the First Crusade. Burdened with terrifying visions of future tragedies, tobias is the first Keeper. His connection to father Flannery echoes across centuries with a simple warning: You must not fail.
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 104.14 x 167.64 x 30.48mm | 158.76g
- 07 Sep 2009
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
Praise for "The Masada Scroll" ""The Masada Scroll" speaks a strong message that whether one follows Christianity, Islam or Judaism, all paths lead to God, and it is this message that makes "The Masada Scroll" a deeply moving novel that can be appreciated by all who pick it up."--"TCM Reviews ""Block and Vaughan include a great deal of arcane knowledge, perhaps even enough to satisfy "Da Vinci Code" fans.""--Booklist""""An exhilarating blend of relentless adventure, scholarly intrigue, and cutting wit.""--Newswire Today"" ""This is a book that delivers in every way: a great concept, a fascinating journey, and high-class storytelling. "The Masada Scroll" will take you to new places and open your mind to new ways to look at the world. It is the right book at the right time for those of us who seek the ultimate answers to the world's many troubles. I enjoyed "The Masada Scroll" as I have enjoyed few other contemporary novels."--Greg Tobin, author of "Conclave" and "Selecting the Pope"
About Robert C. Vaughan
Paul Block lives in Albany, New York, where he is executive producer of Timesunion.com, the website of the largest newspaper in the capital region. He is the author of sixteen novels. Robert Vaughan has authored more than two hundred books in almost every genre.