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The Prophet Wars (Volume 4): Judgment Day - The Prophet Wars #4 - cover

The Prophet Wars (Volume 4): Judgment Day - The Prophet Wars #4

Thomas Emson

Publisher: Thomas Emson

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"This is a gripping book, and I read it in one sitting. If you liked The Paradigm trilogy by Ceri Lowe, or IBoy, you will enjoy this" — Zombie Inkpot 
  
The final part of Thomas Emson's thrilling, action-packed Young Adult fantasy. The war between Billy Kingdom and the prophets come to a head. But a greater force is rising... 
  
"For he has set a day when he will judge the world with justice by the man he has appointed. He has given proof of this to everyone by raising him from the dead" — Acts 17:31

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