The Ordained

The Ordained Back in Indiana for the parole hearing of a man he helped convict years ago The Lost Keats Owen Keane is drawn into a mystery surrounding the town of Rapture founded by an adventist sect whose m

  • Title: The Ordained
  • Author: Terence Faherty
  • ISBN: 9780312169589
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Back in Indiana for the parole hearing of a man he helped convict 20 years ago The Lost Keats , Owen Keane is drawn into a mystery surrounding the town of Rapture, founded by an adventist sect whose members believed the world would end in 1844 and they would be taken bodily into heaven.Now, 150 years later, their descendants are disappearing one by one Encouraged by a yoBack in Indiana for the parole hearing of a man he helped convict 20 years ago The Lost Keats , Owen Keane is drawn into a mystery surrounding the town of Rapture, founded by an adventist sect whose members believed the world would end in 1844 and they would be taken bodily into heaven.Now, 150 years later, their descendants are disappearing one by one Encouraged by a young doctor and disarmed by the legend of the sect, Keane steps directly into the grasp of an implacable, murderous evil.

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    1 thought on “The Ordained”

    1. The telling of the story is entertaining, but it's also pretty cliche when it comes to plot. It's a good read if you don't feel like getting into anything heavy.

    2. This jacket cover was very misleading. (Little inside blurb of what the story was about).I felt no suspense. I felt no real emotion on whether or not the mystery was solved. And really? The Ordained was a side story that really had nothing to do with the book or "mystery" at all. And wasn't really enough to pique my interest in the Ordained. I mean, so there was one guy left. Big deal! So they wanted a "miracle" that never came. I mean, meh.And then, of course, the book is magically solved. And [...]

    3. Fantastic book by my uncle. This one takes place back in Indiana, as opposed to New Jersey, and brings back a few characters from "The Lost Keats." Good characters, good plot twists. I love how Uncle Terry can create plot developments that send shivers down your spine without tons of glorified gore and destruction.

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