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A Lever Long Enough

4 Ratings: 3.5
A book by Amy Deardon

In the near future, the Israeli military has developed a prototypic time machine. When believers in Yeshua (Jesus) create a politically explosive situation that threatens the balance of peace between Israel and nearby countries, the Israelis must send … see full wiki

Author: Amy Deardon
Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Taegais Publishing, LLC (January 12, 2009)
2 reviews about A Lever Long Enough
review by . March 31, 2009
<br/>A Lever Long Enough by Amy Deardon is a new entry in the growing genre of speculative Christian fiction. In a not too far future, much of the world has been united under a New World Order, except for Israel, where the third Temple has been built and daily sacrifices have been restarted. Israel is under two threats: they must sign a peace treaty to maintain their status as a country, and they must find a way to put down the resistance the treaty faces from the followers of The Way. Members …
review by . March 07, 2009
    Amy Deardon has bitten off a whole lot of story substance in A Lever Long Enough... biblical and historical fiction, speculative fiction, time travel, suspense and a bit of a love story. I'm impressed with the homework she invested in this involved novel to meld all of the above into a flowing story that spans centuries, political realms and spiritual attitudes.       Intense action takes place on a closed military base in pre-apocalyptic treaty, modern …
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