Resurrection by Steve Alten
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What happens to us when we die?
Is there really an afterlife?
Do we possess a soul?
Does God exist?
For Michael Gabriel, the answers to these questions lie in another dimension, a realm of eternity where there is no concept of time, only pure life force . . . pure existence.
And pure evil.
Now, as was foretold five hundred years ago in the Mayan Popol Vuh, two boys are born---Michael's sons. White-haired, azure-eyed Jacob, blessed with inhuman physical prowess, intelligence, and insight into the cosmos, knows from birth that he is meant for more. His dark-haired brother, Immanuel, refuses his genetic calling, desiring a normal life. Only the combined powers of the Gabriel twins can resurrect their savior father and save the human race from an eternity of repeating its own self-destruction.
But on the same fateful day of the twins' birth, another child enters the world. Exposed to the uglier side of existence, empowered by her post-human genetics, the beautiful, schizophrenic Lilith will travel down a darker path that leads to eon-distant Xibalba---the Mayan version of hell. An epic battle of good versus evil will begin . . . and the final fate of the human race will be revealed.

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About Steve Alten

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Steve Alten es natural de Filadelfia y licenciado por Penn State University. Autor de varios bestsellers del New York Times, vive con su familia en Boca Ratón, Florida, mientras escribe la tercera parte de la "Trilogía maya".
Published April 1, 2007 by Forge Books. 433 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Or will Immanuel, Jacob, and Dominique be strong enough to stop abominable Lilith and her nasty but pure post-human son Devlin Mabus and keep the evil door shut .

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Centuries ago, Mayan legend predicted the death of hero Michael Gabriel, who would sacrifice himself to save Earth from alien invasion in 2012—and the birth of Gabriel's superhuman sons, the Hero Twins, who would descend to the Mayan underworld Xibalba, to fight evil and resurrect their father fr...

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In a future which hasn't happened yet, Michael and Lilith become part of a colony headed to Mars, only to be swept off-course and stranded on an unknown planet, where the water will swell human brains and alter human DNA, turning them into "Transhumans.' Lilith's evil son Devlin gains cont...

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Lilith confronts the twins for ownership of all human souls while Jacob and a reluctant Manny must find the means to resurrect their dad if they are to defeat evil.

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