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The Spear of Destiny – 10000 word supernatural alternate history novella Seeking bloodthirsty revenge for the death of his brother in World War II young seminary student Stuart Ma. I really loved all the historical facts scattered within this action filled book It was a great read especially since you can download it for free It follows a young agent who goes behind Nazi enemy lines in order to steal the spear of destiny It is fast paced and has a story that will keep you reading

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The Spear of Destiny

Ckenzie abandons his theological studies to become an agent behind the enemy lines where he discovers a diabolical Nazi scheme to employ black magic as a secret weapon on a vast sca. A Great BeginningThis is a short novella and introduces the hero and settings for further works The book is based in the Second World War and takes as its background the Nazi s especially the SS search for occult power I don t want to describe the book any further as I don t want to ruin any of itGive it a read if you are interested in the subject It will probably leave you wanting to read

M.E. Brines Ê 5 Summary

Le powered by millions of human sacrifices What chance will the mundane weapons of the Allied powers have against ancient magic and an artifact said to have slain the very Son of Go. Loved the idea but didn t really reach its potential interesting sign off though


10 thoughts on “The Spear of Destiny

  1. says:

    The Spear of Destiny by ME BrinesThis is a short story of 32 pages and every single one of this is packed with a punch I was amazed at what the author managed to do with his characters and the story line in such a limited space Chara

  2. says:

    I really loved all the historical facts scattered within this action filled book It was a great read especially since you can download it for free It follows a young agent who goes behind Nazi enemy lines in order to steal the spear

  3. says:

    FascinatingA most unusual yet entertaining read The general plot is our hero Stuart Mackenzie has been assigned a most dubious task

  4. says:

    OK so this is set in WW2 with a supposed paranormal twist; which never really came for me apart from some weird chantingThe author obviously did some research as lots of battles soldiers and background sighted but it is clearly an American author as it has a clear slant which as the start is set in London thereby grabbing a UK audi

  5. says:

    A Great BeginningThis is a short novella and introduces the hero and settings for further works The book is based in the Second World War and ta

  6. says:

    I liked the book in terms of an occult alternative history story or is it? I think the author took a little lightly though the security of the SS I seriously doubt an enemy agent would be able to waltz as freely as our hero did into such a sensitive SS realm That aside I enjoyed the story and am likely to read by Brines3 STARS

  7. says:

    This is the sort of story you'd find in a pulp magazine like Weird War Stories which doesn't exist but should have It's a s

  8. says:

    It started off well and then tended to rush things I enjoyed the basic storyline and the main character was well thought out Even though this was designed to be a 'uick read' it did leave me wanting so I am going to have to try and find some of this author's work

  9. says:

    Loved the idea but didn't really reach its potential interesting sign off though

  10. says:

    A soldier is sent to steal the spear of destiny He has to penetrate the stronghold where it is held and escape to the west It's only the beginning of the story But a good start