It begins in the 1960s--an unimaginable series of political machinations leading to one act of greed and destruction after another, until in the twenty-first century, the world faces a single, global dictator. Behind the takeover is an odd, yet frighteningly effective, alliance of international governments and inner-city gangs. Lining up against the tyrannical forces are three men, each committed to exposing the fifty-year-old conspiracy, and together capable of mounting an undeniable formidable resistance. If they succeed, the world has a chance. If they fail, the world is doomed to the prospect of a "Fourth Reich." The key to the world's future is The Thor Conspiracy. This book is the thrilling follow up to The Illuminati.
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Review 1 for The Thor Conspiracy
Date:December 7, 2007
this book was unrealistic and if you have any grip on reality and how the world functions then you would never understand it the build up of the climax of the story was very slow and the ending was wrapped up in about 2 pages..it is supposedly based on a Christian foundation but has no mention of religious aspects excluding a sentence or 2
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Review 2 for The Thor Conspiracy
Date:August 31, 2007
This is a great read if you like suspense, I read it Because of Larry Burkett (now deceased) and his work with Christian Financial Concepts now called Crown. Very well written, I loved it.