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Mandate of Heaven
by Louise Yvonne Goueffic   

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Action/Thriller

Publisher:  Sapien Books ISBN-10:  0986772321
Pages: 

261

Copyright:  May 12, 2011 ISBN-13:  9870986772320

An ancient law is placed smack in the middle of modern times. The 'test' in the abduction of someone who goes against the law, derails.

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 Ancient law plays a large role in Mandate of Heaven. The term 'Mandate of Heaven' first appeared in China as a pollitical and social philosophy, the right to rule given by heaven.  In India Manu, in 2400BCE, subjugates half the species to the other half by law, Sloka V. The Romans in 200BCE gives the husband authoritative control over his wife by law, the Manus.  In Europe the right to rule is the Divine Right of Kings.  Slavery is maintained until about 1843.    

In the novel Mandate of Heaven Louise Goueffic revisits beliefs, rites and institutions of tradition and conventions established during the 4000 years of patriarchy, slavery and feudalism and places them smack in the middle of a modern context.  

Confidently assumed power and privilege in men who want to bring back the old laws has them creating a secret organization to do this and build their headquarters in a secret location.  Blatant assumption of power, ad hoc departments, old laws, torture, ancient scrolls, violence, and hard traditional attitudes play roles in their first test, an abduction of someone who refuses to obey the laws.   Modern day technology, an educated public, intelligent police force, unusual sleuth hounds, electronic planning all play in the high-speed resolution in the abduction that derails. 


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There was nothing extraordinary about her. Like most people she had her faults. For instance when she was unsure about the implications of a given argument, the direction someone was taking in a discussion, or when she sensed an issue being rationalized she appeared arrogant as she "called up her smarts." She would say something true to the core of the issue or something cleverly humorous that undid the argument. She often relished observing the reaction on the receivers.
Chapter 4 The prisoner p 27



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Midwest Book Review, Oregon
The right to rule is a struggle that has been fought of millennia and still lives on in everyday life. "Mandate of Heaven" is a novel spun out of ideas that have formed our society. As modernism seeks to change things, it is threatened by an ancient order which seeks to return to patriarchy slavery and feudalism that made up the world for thousands of years. Spinning a unique tale of life and our progress or lack thereof, "Mandate of Heaven" is a unique read very much worth considering.

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Goueffic reminds us of how powerfully language can negatively affect attitudes. The story is a good yarn involving the kidnapping of protagonist "fem" by a strong male organization determined to crush "feme" independence. The ending is a riveting page turner, culminating in a modern day "shoot out" to the rescue - the outcome of which I won't give away. Landy Hall,Burlington ON


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