Sherdan's Prophecy

Sherdan s Prophecy Sherdan has spent many years planning for the future Now he s in control and he is expected to forge a fresh new start for the people in his program people he has shaped and can t abandon but Britai

  • Title: Sherdan's Prophecy
  • Author: Jess Mountifield
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sherdan has spent many years planning for the future Now he s in control and he is expected to forge a fresh new start for the people in his program, people he has shaped and can t abandon, but Britain s PM has other ideas and Sherdan must face the full might of the UK On top of all this he has to face the one thing he never expected to feel love.Anya is on a mission frSherdan has spent many years planning for the future Now he s in control and he is expected to forge a fresh new start for the people in his program, people he has shaped and can t abandon, but Britain s PM has other ideas and Sherdan must face the full might of the UK On top of all this he has to face the one thing he never expected to feel love.Anya is on a mission from God to find out why she has been sent to the heart of Bristol, and what she can do to stop the world being plunged into war When she finds herself forced to pick a side and join the fight, only her faith in God can see her through.Sherdan s Prophecy is a tale of high stakes and political intrigue A science fiction novel where faith and technology come together to take the human race another step closer to the final showdown Where a few select people make decisions on behalf of many A gritty account of power that shows both the best and the worst of humanity.

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    1. "Sherdan's Prophecy" by Jess Mountifield tells the story of Dr. Sherdan Harper and his scientifically orientated group/ community/ cult that have a vision for a better future; to achieve this they seek Independence from the UK. The highly religious Anya is sent by her church to find out about Sherdan's prophecy, not realising that she is an actual part of the prophecy. Sherdan keeps Anya prisoner but treats her humanely with the aim of making her his wife.Throughout the struggle for political In [...]

    2. This reader thought Sherdan's Prophecy was a well written novel that puts together a Christian woman with a strong faith in her religion and a man of science following a prophecy.From the beginning I was riveted as Anya was captured and tortured by Sherdan's men while trying to find the book that held the prophecy. Her faith holds strong in her God and she never wavers. Sherdan stops the torture of the his prisoner and while she recovers he tries to convince her to be his queen of this new Utopi [...]

    3. Sherdan's Prophecy by Jess Mountifield is written with such conviction and delicacy that every word has significance as the story is beautifully brought to life with elegant grace. The author is able to bring to the forefront an excellent love story with plenty of emotional turmoil for many well portrayed characters on the backdrop of a national emergency. Action scenes are purposefully placed and are an excellent pace changer to keep readers on their toes and with a few mysteries interwoven int [...]

    4. A very intriguing and thought provoking book and something quite different to anything I expected. To me, this story was an emotional battlefield, where the two main characters confronted each other, not on a physical level, but more on a spiritual one.Sherdan is obviously a highly intelligent man, a scientist who has created a drug, an enzyme designed to trigger special abilities in his 'subjects.' Anya, who sneaks her way into his compound knows of a `prophecy' which immediately causes unrest. [...]

    5. There is an interesting story here. Unfortunately I felt it was burdened by an insistence on extolling the author's belief in God. I have no objection to how the story started--a woman on a mission of God, praying constantly to endure her troubles--is a good part of the story, however, when her religion begins to overtake the story itself is when I lose interest. The story seemed to become a vehicle to convert the reader rather than relating a strong story, in fact, the story becomes secondary.I [...]

    6. Sherdan's Prophecy is one of those books that make me say "End? What?!"A strong book about the battle between science and religion without exaggerating either side. A scientist who has a dream he wants to fulfil at seemingly any cost, even when he needs to 'break' people for that, meets his match in someone whose resilience is beyond what he can imagine.The end of this book, which is the first part of the Sherdan series, left me in need of the sequel.Note of warning to parents: this book is not [...]

    7. This book has a very interesting story line. In it, they're creating mutants successfully. One can create, another reads peoples mind. They even start their own country, Utopia. Anya is a good Christian girl who gets caught up in all of this. Once she becomes a part of the picture, she throws a monkey wrench in the whole works inadvertently.I'm probably in the minority of readers, but I didn't like Sherdan. He's a control freak would be a large part of the reason. To tell you the truth, I would [...]

    8. Sherdan's Prophecy was an enjoyable read. First in a series, and it does leave you kind of hanging. Christian girl meets dictator, some of it was a little far fetched. The main character is a Christian, but there isn't any scriptures or witnessing. End times book with a twist. Written by a UK author so some of the language is different (car trunk is "boot" and almost nine is "going on nine") I will probably finish the series at some point to get the rest of the story. I give it three stars. I li [...]

    9. 2 to 2.5 * - was intriguing but then deteriorated into a far-fetched silly romance. Won't continue with the seriesThe concept behind the story and the action is really good. Unfortunately, The Christian aspects of the book weren't well thought out - it was all a bit naff - also the quick way the UK government capitulates to the Utopian "government", the UN's quick decision to recognise Utopia (which was weird as there wasn't a vote - and I'm sure the UK has a veto), plus the super fast way the c [...]

    10. This book rather unsettled me. I had no idea how to label it when placing shelves; is it sci-fi or fantasy? Does it belong with dystopian fiction or apocalyptic? None of those labels seem to accurately describe this book.I couldn't get a grasp on what angle the author was taking in the balance between religion and technology. Neither side was preachy, simply matter-of-fact in the beliefs presented. It was in interesting approach that kept my attention through the whole book, waiting for somethin [...]

    11. How set we can be in our thinking when we make certain things absolute? Sherdan can only think towards one goal and is so used to always have his way that it doesn’t even enter his mind that events can have a different reason or explanation other than for the benefit of him and his compound. Narcissistic much? Enter Anya, there on a mission from her God and with the blessing of her church. She falls for Sherdan despite his ego problem. Her presence confuses him and challenges him which eventua [...]

    12. How do you put a new prophet and a very religious christian girl together in a book? Jess Mountifield managed to write a first book in a series about exactly this situation. Anya has been sent by God to the place where Sherdan is trying to build a new society according to a prophecy. The book then gives in detail the problems in a new type of society, the problems with the world around, with the government of the country they're in. The whole idea is nicely developped, also the growing relation [...]

    13. Jess MountifieldSherdan’s Prophecy Sherdan #1I loved the concept of this book, but as I was reading it I felt the Christian aspect was pushed a little too much in the first half, the second half was much more subtle. I would love to know more about the abilities and how they evolve in each individual, this part of the book was a little light on details. Over all, it was an intriguing read and the more I read the more I enjoyed the book. I would love to see the idea developed further, with more [...]

    14. I was given this book by the author in return for an honest review.This is a very intriguing read! I just had to keep reading to see what would happen next especially with Sherdan and Anya and whether or not my mis-trust in Hitchin is well founded!!!I loved reading as Sherdan managed to secure his "Country"I was really shocked by Anya leaving the way she did and the fact that I was my right in my thought's concerning Hitchin's!!!I really can't wait to read the next book in this series to see whe [...]

    15. Anya is sent on a mission by God. A new country is being formed by Sherdan, by way of manipulation. Once Anya is inside she is held captive, beaten and nearly destroyed. Hitchin, the resident doctor tells Sherdan this woman is to be his bride. This story follows the twists and turns of this uprising country and the war that begins. Is Anya's faith enough to save her? Great read, but it does end abruptly leaving you looking for book two. WaAR

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