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Books by Tony Choufati
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Historical Fiction

Publisher:  Washington House ISBN-10:  1931633649 Type: 


Copyright:  Sep 2002

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THE BOOK: Incubus Immortal Seed

Genetic engineering or cloning terror? Forty years after the final battle between the rulers of the world, Sir Harold Chapple, a British billionaire lord, is torn by his conflicting beliefs. He will have to decide and choose sides between British intelligence and advocates and their activists allies calling for the fall of the new world order and the reversion to the era of technology and civil rights. Sir Harold, or ‘Duke’, chose to defend the new world order as the supposedly peaceful revolution took a turn into a more violent aggression dominated by militant militia leaders. Duke assembled a team of six — two gorgeous women and the best in the field of science, electronics, explosives, and coercion — and began his assault on Karl, the man believed to be behind this bloody new war. This is a novel full of breathtaking action, love scenes, and shocking surprises, and you will be kept in the dark guessing each move until the fascinating end.

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THE BOOK: Sealed:

The year is 2007. John Staff, professor at the University of the Divine in Houston, Texas, had just dismissed his class. Tomorrow would be his sixty-first birthday and he had no plans to celebrate. He was a learned theologian and religious scholar with worldwide recognition. He should have been happy in his work, but he felt something was missing. A sudden swirl of wind enveloped him and he pursues that mission is the story he tells in this book. This is a religious fiction based on prophecies, revelations and predictions. It runs the gamut of beliefs from Muslim to Christian and all variations in between. The author questions religious creeds and concepts and challenges accepted beliefs. Some will find his writing shocking and provocative, others controversial and argumentative.

He enhances his story with quotes from many religious works, using Latin and Aramaic to add interest.

Could this story be a prediction of what is to come? Do we need to reread our biblical history?

This book will make you wonder!


Chapter Nine:

The new Crusaders .... and the assault on the White House

Under colorful flags representing the Vatican and the Alliance of Catholic Nations such as Spain, Italy and France, stood in line leaders of the Catholic Alliance Forces – C.A.F. The 5th, 9th and 12th regiment with three battalions each, make-up the core of the second Crusaders campaign. Under a bright sunny day and a cool Mediterranean breeze in Malaga, Spain, pope Thomasile I, inspected those leaders with officials from the A.C.N hot on his heels. A similar setup, at the same time, was being held in Lymassol, Cyprus with cardinal Andreatti inspecting three other regiments.
Three months into his 2d term as president of the United States, President George M. Graham from Texas walked down the aisle of Capitol Hill on his way to the podium to deliver his speech on his vision and future plans for the United States. Cheering senators and member of congress, Democrats and Republicans alike, stood both sides of the aisle greeting him displaying their support behind his 2d term.
Twelve, followed by six consecutive resonating explosions and Washington D.C. was under the dominance of total darkness. Power generators in some official building kicked-in providing limited electricity to hallway exits and elevators. The Lincoln Memorial and The Supreme Court building were totally painted dark. As for the Senate Assembly Room, faded light illuminated the aisles and walls side panels. All doors to the room were locked, a security feature recently installed to safeguard the assembled politicians.
While being bombarded with tear gas grenades, chaos governed the Senate Room as people ran hoping to find an escape. The attackers wasted no time and started showering the crowd with deadly bullets from their fully automatic MK-72 machine guns. In trying to protect the president, four secret service agents fell as the leader of the killers unleashed a series of bullets at the president, the vice president and speaker of the house.

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Review by Melissa Brown
Reviewed by Melissa Brown - 04/03

John Staff was living a comfortable life as a professor at the
University of the Divine when he began receiving visions. Fired from
his position at the university due to rumors that the dean of his
department has joined a cult, John decides to examine the visions.
Instructed to find three mysterious people to help him fight the
forces of evil, John embarks on a journey that will take him across
the world to the United Holy States. A noted religious scholar, John
encounters various religious scholars—many with ulterior motives and
thinly veiled distaste for him. In his struggle to combat the evil
invading the world, John attempts to unite the followers of Judaism,
Christianity, and Islam to aid him in his fight. As natural disasters
and the Third World War threaten the peace—and survival—of man, will
John be able to unravel the mystery of his identity and end the
suffering? Or will the ambassadors of Satan finally defeat organized
religion? Both historical and futuristic, Sealed is a fantastic
exploration of the various world religions and the faults within them.

Written by Tony Choufati, who admits to questioning religious creeds
and concepts, this book offers the reader a truly unique experience.
Choufati has obviously done his research, as he quotes the Bible, the
Qur’an, and various religious and philosophical scholars throughout
the novel. His fresh ideas and wonderful storytelling make Sealed a
great book for anyone who questions religion. A fast-paced mystery,
this is an excellent first book and a great example of what religious
fiction should be. After reading Sealed, you’ll be looking forward to
Choufati’s second book, due out Summer 2003.

Disclaimer: Because of its religious nature, Sealed may arouse anger
in the hearts of the faithful, but doesn’t quite cross the line into
heresy. Apocalyptic, controversial, and positively delightful!

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