Amalek – Now in English!

by Thibault Verbiest

 

Version originale en français

Brilliant debut of Thibault Verbiest in his international science fiction novel, where he merges Ray Bradbury’s classic time travel and teleportation, with a thrilling Dan Brown style apocalyptic threat by religious fanatics aimed to destroy both Iran and Israel.

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Visibly substantial research in Second World War, deep knowledge of Kabala and background work with theoretical physicists allow Thibault to take a reader on a wild ride of picturing a real possibility of a untied plot between Islamic extremists and American Evangelists to bring to life an ancient prophecy of second coming of Christ.

Under a threat of a nuclear explosion and a global catastrophe of biblical proportions, Israeli special forces along with CIA built a secret unit of 9 soldiers in a desperate attempt to stop an all the sudden spiraling nuclear holocaust. Using a highly classified and newly developed, yet still unstable and extremely dangerous, technology, specially trained group of elite commando is being teleported to an underground Egyptian base… but mistakenly appears in 1943 Nazi occupied Poland.

Amalek is a skillfully executed first fiction novel of a seasoned literary scholar that in its coredemonstrates a heroic love story and reconciliation between the “sons of Abraham”. Muslims, Jews and Christians abandon their perceived discrepancies to unite under one common goal of piece.

 

Here are a few accounts from readers and book reviewers of the initial French edition:

“Written with the pen of a seasoned veteran by a beginner novelist… now here’s a book that we’ll be hearing about.”

RTBF (Belgium French speaking Radio and Television)

“A remarkable piece of work, I must recommend it.”

La Pensée et Les Hommes (Men and thoughts), Belgium radio program

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ISBN of epub version: 978-2-930784-34-2
ISBN of kindle version: 978-2-930784-35-9

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