The Coming of Armageddon
History's Longest NightBook
This compelling, fact-based novel is set in the Far East and follows the daring exploits of an American spy operating deep undercover in this perilous environment. The plot details what he discovered about the true China - a monstrous totalitarian state that will soon cause World War III. This includes the rampant genocide in the country; police-state tactics; and the ongoing espionage that has stolen America's most vital technology. The reader also learns about the carefully implemented scheme to wage a grand, expansionist war, one that embodies the strategy outlined in the "Art of War" (the great treatise of Chinese military theory) and is focused on the most lethal tool of mass murder ever devised. (At various stages of the plot relevant parallels to "Revelations" and the "Three Secrets" are noted.) In essence, "The Coming of Armageddon" illustrates vividly in a captivating novel the most important story of this era and perhaps any. Inexplicably this compelling subject is generally being overlooked. Soon, however, that will change because events will force the world belatedly to take notice. By then it may be too late.
Characteristics: 293 pages ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: [Place of publication not identified] : H. Richard Austin, ©2015.