Dr. Reese Johnson is better equipped to solve the riddle than possibly any other individual on Earth. With degrees in psychology and anthropology and a headline-making, dramatic personal history, who could be better for the job? Yet, he soon discovers that he faces the toughest struggle in... read more
John David Krygelski’s suspenseful debut novel – The Harvest – is a stunning tour de force! Whether tackling the epic battle between good and evil, or answering the subtle and persistent questions which haunt us all, Krygelski writes a compelling and startling story centered around the... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
John David Krygelski’s suspenseful debut novel – The Harvest – is a stunning tour de force! Whether tackling the epic battle between good and evil, or answering the subtle and persistent questions which haunt us all, Krygelski writes a compelling and startling story centered around the mysterious arrival of a man who claims to be The Creator.
Clearly not a mortal, Elohim – as the stranger prefers to be known – astounds those he meets with unexplainable miracles and reality-altering answers. All of this is but a prelude to his announcement that he has come to do something…something which will affect every person on Earth…something which will occur in five days.
Against the backdrop of a world reacting to the announcement that God has arrived, a hastily assembled group of interviewers question and test Elohim…while hidden forces emerge to thwart his plans.
The Harvest is a gripping page-turner – a book which will change your view of the world.
“"Reese, we’ve made quite a jump from trying to prove that he was an imposter to granting the possibility that he is some sort of spiritual being." McWilliams asked Reynolds, "Do you blame us?" "No, not at all. From what I’ve seen and heard, it’s a pretty reasonable assumption. My question is: since we are willing to pursue the realm of the spiritual, has anyone considered that this man is from...ahhh...the other side of the coin?"”
The Harvest is an in-depth exploration of many of the questions we all have. It deals with good/evil, right/wrong, the meaning of life and how we can to be. There are messages (in the author's opinion) which are inappropriate of young children but a certain level of sophistication is required to appreciate the discussions within.
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