The Last Day by Glenn Kleier

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It is moments before midnight on New Year's Eve 1999, when something
incredible happens. It is a geological event of staggering proportions,
followed by reports of the emergence of a woman with divine powers. Is
she a divine emissary, the product of bizarre science, or something more
sinister?
 

About Glenn Kleier

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GLENN KLEIER is the author of the internationally acclaimed thriller The Last Day. He makes his home in Louisville, Kentucky.
 
Published July 22, 1999 by Grand Central Publishing. 484 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror. Fiction

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With logistical assistance from Feldman's ratings-obsessed network, the deity is soon able to present her provocative message (fiercely resisted by established religions) to a wider world from forums in Salt Lake City, the Vatican, and Washington.

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A millennial thriller that's as cranky as it is intense, Kleier's first novel grinds a sharp ax against organized religion, particularly Roman Catholicism, as it imagines the arising of a possible glo

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Kleier's portrayal of the Vatican as a venal cabal and of the pope as a bumbler, his swipes at Protestantism and Islam, his use of the Lubavitcher Rebbe to endorse Jeza's sacred status, his employment of the maybe-messiah as a mouthpiece for politically correct religion (feminist, pro-choice, ant...

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