In a decayed world where people have lost hope a Last Savior is born into a reality of hate and corruption. Some will welcome him, Some will be threatened by him, some will help him discover himself and his purpose in the world. The Last Savior must find himself and who he is. For fate has given him a path he must accept, For fate can be strange some times and can be ,misunderstood.
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“End of times, meets religious peace”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Book Mom
The Last Savior is a tale of not only end of times perils, but also religious down fall, as well as society in general. I was given a copy of this book by the author in return for a honest review. Firstly, I found the cover art as not only beautiful, but very appealing to the eye. The story follows young Ilham in a world that has been torn apart by germ warfare, hate, crime, famine, religious dogmas, and other such end of times events. This young Muslim, raised with a Gnostic christian mother, and Muslim father is beaten, and raped in chapter one by military men. She is then saved at just the right moment by an angel from heaven. He takes her to hospital and leaves her there for care. While there poor Ilham must not only deal with the internal shame and guilt she feels from the sexual assault, but heal from the wounds the beating left her with. I found myself not only crying while reading this tale, but also knowing how the young girl must be feeling. My daughter to was a victim of sexual assault at this same age. The feelings of anger, guilt, hate and others still hurting her emotionally today. If this all wasn’t enough of an awful turn of events the young girl also learns that she is now in turn also pregnant with one of her attackers baby. Being Muslim and a woman she is terrified of what will happen to her. Her father and brother, her only family left in this world, do not come to see her while in hospital. The girl is gripped with many emotions and turns to a friend of hers, Simon who works for The Red Cross. To make a long story short, her friend with the aid of nuns help her escape the country and go to Europe, Paris to be exact. Where she lives in a convent until she gives birth to twin boys. Ilhams character also has super powers. She is a healer as well as can read minds. Her babies in turn are also very, very special. During the birth chapter I was reminded of the tale of people gathering after Jesus was born. They traveled to the convent in this case before the children were born. Three important characters. A Doctor, a monk, and a reporter. All given visions of the convent and the feeling of urgently needing to be there. Basically the remainder of the story without too many more spoilers follows Ilham, the boys, and the other characters through mayhem, learning and healing. I would highly recommend this book to any and all readers. I personally was a bit worried about where the authors were going when I learned the main character was a Muslim young girl, but her faith is only in God, and not one religion.
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