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   Revelation 23, by John Davey  
  Novel, first publication in July 2004
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      It is 2256. A Christian Fundamentalist Government has suppressed the various societies and religions of the world in one immense coup. It now controls the masses with leagues of Knights Templar and draconian laws based on the Ten Commandments. The earth is awash with desperate renegades and mercenaries with one thing in common - the pursuit and capture of a unique child and the vast reward on her head. She is the Second Coming. Her creator, an experienced Geneticist, obsessed with redemption for his heinous sins seeks to reclaim her and use her as a bargaining tool to escape damnation. Alone in the world, the only person in whom the young girl can seek salvation is a zealous pagan who harbours an insane grudge against the Christians for their crimes against those he loves and his religion. Delve into a macabre world where the forces of good have become enmeshed with evil. The skies run amok with lawless pirates, susceptible angels cower on the land to escape the persecution of demon hordes and the people of the world huddle together for warmth in the cold, uncaring underworld.

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