Prey for the Soulless by K. R. Lugo

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…set in a society of the not-too-distant future that has lost its moral conscience…Readers who are solely interested in action may enjoy the novel, as Lugo displays considerable talent in this regard.
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Society is in a complete shambles, leaving behind a bloodthirsty world that practically worships pain and suffering. Sitting at the helm is Marcus Powers, the most powerful individual the world has ever known and the person controlling so many aspects of life with his tremendous financial influence. He's the impetus behind the popular Games, a highly publicized, fight-to-the-death drama that pits prison inmates against one another for the sake of entertainment.

Even so, Powers's influence is not enough; he wants to be president, the keeper of the people, leading the citizens of the United States into new territory. This man, filled with evil and bemused by man's pathetic antics, has a plan, and he dares anyone to challenge his desire to mold a new world in his own image.

But a small congregation of pious men and women recognize and understand the prophetic signs of each broken seal reflected by the sorry state of the society. With a Bible clutched in his right hand and an automatic weapon in his left, excommunicated priest Father O'Bannion and his tiny band of devout parishioners will risk everything to save the world from evil.

 

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Published August 7, 2013 by iUniverse. 392 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Oct 21 2013

…set in a society of the not-too-distant future that has lost its moral conscience…Readers who are solely interested in action may enjoy the novel, as Lugo displays considerable talent in this regard.

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