The Dark Ruin

The Dark Ruin Forty years after a mysterious billionaire disappears he suddenly resurfaces with a dark secret that shocks the world In this enthralling third novel in the God s Lions series Cardinal Leopold Amode

  • Title: The Dark Ruin
  • Author: John Lyman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Forty years after a mysterious billionaire disappears, he suddenly resurfaces with a dark secret that shocks the world In this enthralling third novel in the God s Lions series, Cardinal Leopold Amodeo is once again teamed with a group of scientists and archaeologists who are led to the inescapable conclusion that a very real evil has arrived in the world.Based on recenForty years after a mysterious billionaire disappears, he suddenly resurfaces with a dark secret that shocks the world In this enthralling third novel in the God s Lions series, Cardinal Leopold Amodeo is once again teamed with a group of scientists and archaeologists who are led to the inescapable conclusion that a very real evil has arrived in the world.Based on recently de classified documents and real life technological breakthroughs that are already on the drawing board, John Lyman takes readers on a wild ride into a future that is already here, where technology takes flight in the hands of one who has vowed to destroy mankind Make sure your coffee pot is in good working order, because you ll need it when you curl up with this book into the wee hours of the morning.

    424 Comment

    • Stephanie Sellers says:

      Can't wait for number 4!

    • Elizabeth Hughes says:

      loved this book. It is the third in the series it is as spellbinding as the other two.good battling evil. the story draws you in and captivates the reader. I'm going straight on to the next book in the series.

    • Matthew Seeber says:

      Best one yet!!I've read the first two books in this series and this one is my favorite so far. I am going get the next one in line right away.

    • Linda Anders says:

      Loved this series of 3 books which lead the reader from discovering Biblical prophecies to seeing them fulfilled. Dan-Brown-like but completely different, also. I borrowed the first book (Secret Chapel) using my Prime at the end of the month; a few days later, was able to borrow the 2nd book (House of Acerbi). Loved them so much that I instantly purchased the 3rd book (Dark Ruin). Even though I got the first 2 free, I would have bought them if I had known they were so good (and I'm cheap when i [...]

    • MaryJane Rings says:

      The series just keeps getting better as the story and the characters progress through the turbulent times of the new world order. Kept me wondering how the book and the story would play out as the characters narrowly escape with their lives from the dark evil which has taken over the lands, nations and the governments of the world. The author is amazing in the use of history and his way of staying one step ahead of the reader and keeping us mesmerized by the plots and subplots. Extremely interes [...]

    • Andrea Montack says:

      Learned AlotI was drawn to this book because of its theme,and I was curious to see how they would portray the end times. I was disappointed that the book ended without that detail. Overall I enjoyed the bookLearned a lot about the history of the Cathars,learned about cities in the middle east and the workings of the Catholic church. I enjoy reading and my main purpose for reading is to increase knowledge. I learned a lot from reading this book

    • Michelle says:

      Humanity's existence is threatened!Good vs Evil, Cardinal Leo continues to lead the fight against dark enemies. This plot is truly terrifying, because its a realistic threat that could topple nations and recreate the reigns of any of these monsters from our history : Hitler, Pol Pot, Mao Tse- tung, Stalin, and Lenin.

    • Linda says:

      I love, love, love this series. Once I started this book, I hated to put it down. I have a suspicion that Marcus is not dead. We'll see over the next one or two books, I'm sure. I can only hope that, like Father Morelli, his "death" was necessary to accomplish an objective.

    • Dana Clarke says:

      I hope the author is writing another bookI am starting the last book tonight and I know I will be checking all the time looking for another bookis is an awesome series

    • Pashnee Naidoo says:

      Cannot wait for another John Lyman book

    • Annie says:

      Really enjoyed the story until the end. Leo and Evita was cheesy. But I can get over that to figure out what happens.

    • Teresa l. Yrure says:

      Page turnerAmazing mind tingling tale of history and ChristianityMajor page TurnerI will definitely continue this amazing series of intrigue and mind boggling story

    • Sandy says:

      Another thoroughly enjoyable read. Have read it out of order tho. Onto the 3rd one now.

    • Wendy Kuypers says:

      GoodA must read if you are a Dan Brown fan. This series of books are great. I could not put them down until I was done.

    • Leanne says:

      Just loving this series and this is another great installment, can't wait for the next storyline to deliver,

    • Peggy Smith says:

      GreatThis is well written and reached. The storyline moved well and was hard to put down. I have Read the first two and will now start the forth.

    • Stacy says:

      Excellent book!!! Better then the first and second and definitely can't wait until the next book.

    • Anne Wilmot says:

      A Great ReadThis book is the second in a trilogy. It holds your attention from the first page. The continued story draws you in. Fantastic read.

    • Timothy says:

      Interesting beginning and ties really well with the other two prequels. Unfortunately, the ending breaks the interesting story flow.

    • Carolyn says:

      Lots of intriguing moments. A bit like a Dan Brown book chasing symbols and biblical mysteries.

    • Gayle says:

      Fantastic seriesCan't stop reading and thinking about the stories. Don't stop writing them! I do want to know how much is historical? Could you include a primer at the end?

    • Cam says:

      Thrilling book three in this spiritual thriller series. I love the characters so it is hard to say goodbye to some of them, but in spite of the mystic elements the story is rooted in reality.

    • gloria brugger says:

      Scary in light of today's eventsThird book in the series of four. So much history entwined with the fantasy. Can't wait for the finale. Is there hope for good to prevail?

    • Lkai says:

      Mr Lyman has created a historical/Biblical based story with modern, current implications. I'm really enjoying this series.

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