The Seraph Seal by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner is an interesting look at a possible unfolding of the end times. The Seraph Seal looks at the trends in our society today and postulates how they might play out if events kept compounding. The story surrounds a historian named Paul Brinker who is given a special message on the day of his birth in the year 2012. Strange events happen to him later in adulthood with signs and messages that tell him he is the key to saving a remnant of humanity before the world ends in the year 2048.

It’s a race before time, though as Paul needs to decipher the clues before the “four horsemen of the apocalypse” are assembled. Plus, it has to happen in the midst of global catastrophes and technological breakdowns. The story is a fascinating and compelling read. I wish it had more of a inspirational point for the reader to take away from it as Leonard Sweet’s nonfiction does.

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