Millennial Glory, Vol. 1: Hidden Light
Millennial Glory, Hidden Light, Volume I, New Edition
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The world anxiously awaits the second coming. In its anticipation, it falls prey to Imam Mahdi, a powerful religious leader who intends to become the expected Messiah to all people of the last days! Through twisted messages and narcotic strategy his power grows to the point of stealing even the elect of the earth from the truth!
Corrynne Rogers, an ICU nurse, first witnesses the plague that's connected with the strange spiritual man and accidentally becomes caught in his dangerous web. How can she protect her family against the evil that threatens their happy life?
It is the end of day and all is in commotion!
- SKU: 4995281
By Aaron, Submitted on 2015-02-25
What a book! Every LDS family must read this book. Wendie Edwards has created a story that combines the reality of LDS living with future struggles we will all have to face. I believe that this book captured a feeling of what we can expect as well as send a wake-up call to become more prepared. I couldn't put this book down, and can't wait to read future books from this author. , HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! 5 STARS
By Amy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
While ALL the books I get from Deseret Book are great, this is the first book I have felt compelled to write a review for. I recommend it to everyone! Not only does it engulf your interest immediately, it holds your interest without a single slow spot. It is a FANTASTIC read and a absolute motivater as to one's OWN personal readiness for what is to come in fulfillment of prophecy. I am so excited to read the next book in the series and thank Wendie for sharing her amazing gift of writing with us in her book 'Hidden Light'!
By Luke, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This book was generally enjoyable, but it was very obvious throughout the book that the author lacked experience. The plot was based on an interesting premise and has potential, but the writing often distracted from this. The characters had certain aspects that were fleshed out, and other aspects that were totally lacking. Many plot points and facts were presented through long monologues, rather than in a more natural way. There were several sections that read like a cheap romance novel. For instance, when we are introduced to Corrynne's husband (Bo) we are told nothing about his height, weight or hair color, but she does point out his "thick, muscled hand" and "the strength of his arms". I also found her choice of names amusing. The children in the book (that I remember) are named Braun, Roc, Strykker, Dane, Carea, Brea and Jax. I do plan on continuing the series, but I hope that the author improves with experience.