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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2011
Series: Jerusalem's Undead
Discover the Jerusalems Undead trilogy in this 3-in-1 eBook bundle from author Eric Wilson.
The suicide of Judas Iscariot in AD 30 left his blood seeping into the soil of the Field of Blood, in Aramaic the Akeldama. This tainted blood caused a counterfeit resurrection of the deadthe Collectors, who seek to corrupt and destroy. When Jesus was resurrected, ancient scripture says many rose from the grave. Today, 36 from this group of undead remainthe Nistarim, who are here to watch over the world and protect against the Collectors.
Field of Blood follows Gina Lazarescu, a Romanian girl with a scarred past who has no idea she is being sought by these undead. Gina realizes her future will depend on her understanding of the past, yet how can she protect herself from Collectors who have already died once but still live?
Ginas journey continues in Haunt of Jackals. The Nistarim and the Collectors are after a single targeta boy named Pavel who may possess the key to the Collectors' unlimited power . . . or ultimate downfall. Gina has survived one battle with the undead already and is determined to protect Pavel at all costs. But she has no idea how long she can stay a step ahead of the Collectors.
In the final installment of the Jerusalem's Undead TrilogyValley of Bonesreaders will witness an epic showdown of a battle between good and evil that started with the suicide of Judas Iscariot. Gina Lazarescu's life has been on a collision course with the Akeldama Collectors. She knows she can't defeat them on her own, though, and that it will take the combined efforts of all Those Who Resist for this living evil to be stopped.
PJB1CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Interesting read, but gruesome at times.February 8, 2012PJB1CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This is a thriller, with some gore at times. I definitely enjoyed it, but would be cautious to recommend it to some who might be bothered by the gore.