Book Review-Elijah Hael-The Genetic Code-Steve Goodwin | Miki's Hope

Book Review-Elijah Hael-The Genetic Code-Steve Goodwin

Friday, May 8, 2015


This is a story about good vs evil fought by the angelic forces against the demonic forces right here on earth. Of course the humans are totally unaware of what is happening and how they are being manipulated!--except a few privileged ones who can see and speak to the angels. This is the second book in this series but as I have not read the first I can honestly state that it can be read as a stand alone. I already have the third in this series waiting for me to read so I won't have to wait all that long to see what happens next and who will succumb to the evil forces and who will not!! It is hard to put a name to the genre this book falls into---it is a combination of many!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

A dazzling, thought provoking, combination of faith versus secular beliefs, science fiction, spiritual warfare, action adventure and romance.

Yesterday's gone. Tomorrow is a distant hope. Now means everything...

Nya struggled to believe her accomplishment. Nearly a decade's work was all coming together. This was her moment. The Nobel Prize would be hers for the taking. Her work was going to change the face of bio-science forever.

The only problem was someone with an exceptionally dark desire wanted to twist her work for sinister purposes that would change the face of life on Earth forever. And he was prepared to go to any lengths to get it.

Thus began a chain of startling events that would force Nya to place her trust in an unknown man whom she discovered from archived news reports ... died years ago.

Journey with Nya, a believer, as her faith is tested. Join Isaac, a non-believer, who questions his existence. Discover how they face death together in a remarkable adventure. An emotionally rich escapade which will delight those who quest personally challenging and thought provoking reads.

See more at ElijahHael.com


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About the Author: (from Amazon)


Picture from the Author's Facebook

After a difficult childhood Steve developed a fascination with the nature of the supernatural, spiritual and physical words and how they affect the lives around us. This led him on a journey spanning two decades of studying, experiences and discovery. As well as demonstrating a profound respect for faith and the battles of doubt, he seamlessly mixes reality with creativity, inspired by Biblical concepts and personal understandings, constructing worlds, dimensions, events, and stories that are relatable.

He is also the author of the acclaimed Elijah Hael series of novels.

Steve is inspired by authors such a J.R. Tolkien (Lord of the Rings) and C. S. Lewis (Chronicles of Narnia) who mix fantasy and reality while promoting Christian values.

Steve's successful software development career allows him to juggle being an author while still creating compelling software solutions for his clients.

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46 comments :

Liz Mays said...

I love when a series doesn't necessarily have to rely on previous books to be a good read. This sounds super interesting!

A TRAVELOGUE by Brock and Tanj said...

This sounds cool! I always liked this kind of theme on books, always a fan. Might be reading it too! :P

Fiona said...

This sounds like a really interesting book. So many different genres in the lot.

Mama to 5 said...

Sounds like an interesting book. Glad you are enjoying it.

Mandie Stevens said...

This book sounds fantastic! I'm adding this series to my TBR list. ~Mandie

Christy Maurer said...

I'm glad you don't have to read book one to "get" book 2! This sounds like a really good plot!

blessedchick said...

Sounds like an interesting book read. I am not really a book reader but i do like reading some books. This one might be one i could read..i like the good vs bad themes

Stephanie W. said...

This sounds interesting! I like that you don't have to read all the books in the series.

monica said...

I need to start building up my summer reading list and can always count on you! This one sounds great - and is definitely not one I would have found on my own.

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

This sounds like a great read. I love books like this that combine so many different themes.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

This sounds like a good edge of your seat type of book with all the different storylines. :)

Donna L. Ward said...

Thanks for sharing this and your intriguing review! I do enjoy these kinds of books and have already gone to Amazon and put it on my wish list for my hubby to purchase as a gift for me! lol - can hardly wait to read it :)

Crystal Green said...

I love when I can pick up a book in the midst of a series and just start reading it. This book sounds like a good read too.

Christi at SexyMoxieMama.com said...

Oh wow! Now this one looks really interesting. I am going to have to check it out. Thanks for sharing.

Cara W said...

This appears to be a very interesting read, although not really my preferred genre, nevertheless it is intriguing for me to look into! Thanks for sharing!

Amanda Simkin said...

This isn't the type of genre I usually read, but the story line seems interesting. Thanks for sharing!

Amanda
www.queenofthelandoftwigsnberries.com

Terri Beavers said...

I am such a bookworm and this sounds like a great read. I will check out the book and the author. Thanks for sharing.

Jennifer Juro said...

I have not heard of this series before. This sounds like a great book to read.

Jamie Sanders said...

Sounds really good!

bxcrochet said...

Sounds like a great series. I love when books come in a group.

Michelle F.

Marie Moody said...

I love these kind of books. Don't give me no love story I'll be put to sleep, and who dunit... just the same. Give me mythology or Angels, ghosts, supernatural yep I'll read that one in a minute. This one sound really good. I have Kindle now so excuse me I have to run... hehehehe

Amanda Love said...

I love reading books like these. Angels vs Demons. Also like looking at the movies, they make great movies. Would have to save this to my Kindle book list.

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

The old conflict between good and evil is always engaging. This one sounds like an epic battle.

Susan Quackenbush said...

I have been on the lookout for a good book lately and this looks like it's right up my alley! Thanks for the share! :)

Tyra said...

I am loving this review. Sounds like an interesting book. If only I had time to read for pleasure!

Sharon Ruggieri said...

The authors story is just as interesting as the book. I like to read the supernatural

Shaney Vijendranath said...

This book sounds very interesting. I'm sure once you start it, you can stop reading it.

Elizabeth O. said...

sounds like a great read. I'm gonna look for this.

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

This seems to be the kind of book my friend would love to read - I have to tell her more about it.

Rebecca Swenor said...

This sounds like it is a very interesting book indeed. I would actually love to read this and the first one. Thanks for sharing.

Amanda McMahon said...

It sounds like he gives some moral advice and allows us to think about what we have in this life.

Amanda McMahon said...

It sounds like he gives some moral advice and allows us to think about what we have in this life.

Kristen Campbell said...

Oo, this sounds like a good one! I do love a bit of a supernatural thriller!

Payal Bansal said...

I am a bookworm and I love reading interesting books. Always look forward to some book suggestions!!! Thanks for sharing this amazing book... I will surely read it

Miranda Myrabev said...

Very intriguing and definitely thought provoking book, I definitely want to read this book and the other ones in its series. Thanks for sharing

mail4rosey said...

Ah you're lucky it continues in another book since you like the series. I like when authors continue the characters in a series so we can continue to follow along.

April Decheine said...

Sounds like a great book! I love not having to read the whole series to be able to read the book. I love reading on the beach.

Katherine Bartlett said...

This isn't my type of book but thanks for the review

BonBon Rose Girls Kristin said...

Definitely sounds like an interesting premise and this is a new author to me!

Roselynn Mercedes said...

This book sounds like it would be something I enjoy. I've never heard of the author though so I'll probably read the sample before purchasing.

Penny Struebig said...

Great review. This sounds like an interesting read.

D.B. said...

Thanks for the book review. I am new to this series, but it does sound like a very interesting storyline. I am a fan of thrillers and this 'supernatural' good vs evil story is definitely up my alley. Might have to check this one out soon.

Theresa Pickett said...

Thanks for sharing a neat book! I'm always interested in hearing more about the author too, so I enjoyed reading about his background.

Theresa Pickett said...

Thanks for sharing a neat book! I also enjoyed learning more about the author and his background.

Christine Tj said...

Oh! You do book reviews! HAve you done any book reviews on North Korea? I only heard of one book on an escapee from a North Korean camp, but not much else... I want to find one to learn more about that situation.

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Blessings,
Christine
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Rebecca Brosemer said...

Sounds like a very interesting book and series!! I am looking for some good reads for my upcoming vacation :)

 
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