Based on a Biblical interpretation of the Rapture, Exodus continues the story of those caught up in the events following this world-upending phenomenon. Against a backdrop of the chaotic battles against the Islamic mujahideen's attempt to wrest power from the severely weakened nations of the West, the personal struggles of Agent John Jameson, journalist Cat Early, and others caught up in forces beyond their control continue their dizzying spiral. Offering hope to countries and individuals, Azul Dante and his Prodigal Project remains a beacon in the swirling maelstrom of uncertainty that threatens to engulf nations, ideologies, and faiths. Global in scope, intimate in its depiction of its characters' deep inner struggles, and powerfully redemptive, Exodus clearly demonstrates that . . . For some, the End Times are just the beginning.
Science-Fiction-Fantasy, Fantasy, Epic,