I can hardly believe it myself, folks, but the conclusion to the Armageddon trilogy is here! The world ends not with a whimper, but a bang, and you can read all about it:
Armageddon is now. Demons have risen from the Pit to inflict torment, despair, and death throughout the world. The Watchers’ Ark has taken uncounted millions of people away, but is it a life-saving Utopia, or just another Hell?
While Hector the Blessed Man fights malevolent Nephilim outside of Creation itself, Ozzie finds himself outnumbered by ravening hordes of demons on Earth. Kyle, the Herald of Armageddon, discovers that being a true Prophet of the Lord is a burden far more terrible than he could have imagined, stretching his faith to the breaking point.
As Hell destroys every last good thing on Earth, where are the angels? Who can save us from eternal damnation when even Heaven is threatened?
Concluding the epic story of the end of the world that began with The Blessed Man and the Witch and continued in The Nephilim and the False Prophet, The Holy Warrior and the Last Angel is a novel that will appeal to fans of William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist, David Seltzer’s The Omen, and Thomas F. Monteleone’s The Blood of the Lamb.