So far just over people have voted between the four choices for the title of my third novel. Here’s where we currently stand: It’s a pretty tight contest. Ancient conspiracy. Relentless evil. The hunt for answers continues. The climactic ending of The Façade left Brian Scott and Melissa Kelley with only each . Buy a cheap copy of The Facade book by Michael S. Heiser. The plot of The Facade is driven by the fate of a team of scholars recruited for an Above-Top- Secret.
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Lot’s of it is actually backed up by real documentation that the author is good enough to put into the novel. He knocked it out of the park. The focus was on The No specific spoilers to follow, but I do make some general comments that only those who have read the book should heissr.
However, there’s a traitor among the camp, or is it a mole Tthe was interested in reading this book because it is an apocalyptic thriller the same genre that I write currently. The closer Brian and the team get to the truth, the more they realize that no one is safe, and no one can be trusted.
The author does a good job sometimes painstakingly doing so with unrealistic dialogue to explain the UFO mythos. I got this book from a coworker who introduced me to it during dinner one evening.
I read this for the purpose of seeing how the author meshed his theological views into a practical story line. Hartley and liked it, then The Facade is for you.
Plenty of action, mystery, and plot twists. I liked the self-effacing character of Brian Scott the most and I can’t wait to see how his relationship continued with Dr. Chapter 3 has another person blackmailed into joining the as yet undefined mission, Dr. Like any world-builder he takes his special turn on reality, and follows it to its furthest conclusions. Jul 20, Nathan Parker rated it really liked it. Perhaps the author was attempting to give some depth to the characters involved but it dragged away from the main plot.
Book Review: The Facade
My curiosity was piqued to say the least. Take this as you may but the increase UFO and alien activity on the earth in the past years has greatly increased and has leaked into the mainstream in a massive way. Open Preview See a Problem? The characters are generally well drawn and believable, though a few of the ancillary characters seem to blend into the background, at times. They are not visitors from another planet.
Not a very bad read considering the author is a topnotch languages professor and not a novelist. I just finished an incredible fiction book called The Facade by Michael S.
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A couple coincidences occur during the story that I felt could have been dealt with better, but you do get caught up in solving the mystery and heier also become concerned for the characters. The Facade was much better than I believe I could create myself at this time, but it was not a story that I feel is ready for publication.
The characters also did not really grab my heart strings. I read the book in a very short amount of time, too. For the 21st century, this is that book.
I love the combination of the available resources and the fzcade. His UFO Religions blog discusses how the pop cultural belief in aliens shape religious worldviews.
To prepare mankind for a new reality. His main research Heiswr Heiser is a scholar in the fields of biblical studies and the ancient Near East. There are some intense scary parts. May 19, Dan Shea rated it it was amazing. Feb 12, Frank Dupree added it. Paperbackpages. So far just over people have voted between the four choices for the title of my third novel. So an interesting and fun read Given his goal, however, that’s more a criticism of the craft of fiction writing.
Anyone who calls themselves a Bible-believing Christian needs to read thi Every so often, a book comes along that challenges the way Christians should view the world we live in, the unseen war going on around us.