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[Hedrick, Jane E. Woodlee]のThe Omega Watchers: "As it was in the Days of Noah" (English Edition)
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A mysterious Dead Sea Scroll revealed prophecies of the return of the fallen angels and the timing of their release from the abyss where they have been imprisoned awaiting their final judgment. But, there is a missing piece to the prophetic puzzle!


Gabriella’s cave exploration leads her team on an ominous journey to discover a lost prophecy from the days of Noah and find her own spiritual truth. In her search she opens her mind to a “Watcher” that captures her with his mystical powers of universal knowledge as they travel between time and untime.


This deceiving spirit proclaims the coming of the Ascended Master who will usher in a new age of peace for all mankind. Gabriella feels totally alone as her friends believe Yahweh as the one true God and they struggle to convince her she is falling deeper and deeper into a pit of destruction and is about to cross the point of no return.

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  • フォーマット: Kindle版
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  • 紙の本の長さ: 382 ページ
  • 出版社: Xulon (2014/11/24)
  • 販売: Amazon Services International, Inc.
  • 言語: 英語
  • ASIN: B00Q41HWJG
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1 人中、1人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 4.0 Great story but WAY too much crying 2016/6/6
投稿者 Baylor Mom - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
This book had a great story, well developed characters, and kept my attention throughout. I am not a fan of "end times" books, which this one wasn't really, although it was headed in that direction toward the end.

It appears there will be a sequel which I plan to read. The only reason I didn't give this book a 5 was because I NEVER EVER saw so much crying in any book, story, magazine article or newspaper. Every third page someone was either "sobbing uncontrollably", "tears running down his/her face", or "tears in his/her eyes". I cannot tell you how annoying this got to be. It's like listening to the same radio commercial six times every 15 minutes. Certainly crying is part of a story sometimes, but these characters cried almost as much as they breathed. Enough already.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Entertaining , Educating and Edifying. End Times Deception, Fallen Angels, Nephilim, Romance, Biblical Prophecy. Just Read It! 2015/6/13
投稿者 Peter Younghusband - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
I cannot remember whether the author contacted me for a review or I contacted her stating I will be reviewing/interviewing her after I purchased this book. Either way, I am glad I found this book. The Nephilim mentioned in The Omega Watchers is a favourite topic of mine as well as eschatology. Some Christians would not know what the Nephilim are or may not have studied eschatology and therefore may not be aware of the connection between these two in relation to the verse in Matthew 24: 37,

“As it was in the day of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.”

I have read quite a bit about both topics and this connection to Matthew 24:37. The growing number of bible researchers/scholars and even devout bible students who study eschatology seem to all agree on the major details relating to these topics. It is from this perspective that I was hoping Hedrick would have shown in The Omega Watchers. I am pleased to say that she has! She has done a great job of it too! There is always the risk that when a complex topic/s like these are converted to the fiction arena, that the plot gets bogged down in too much information, derails the plot, becomes detached from it and the characters and is counterproductive. Not so in Hedrick's well-crafted novel. Both the plot and all the details relating to the Nephilim, Matt 24: 37 verse, alien visitation, end times deception/eschatology is carefully intertwined and forms a solid basis for this fast-paced, suspenseful edgy, speculative based novel.

However, I would not just leave it at that. Hedrick successfully entertains throughout even when delivering the vast amounts of information relating to the aforementioned topics. She has made it one engaging read and through this educates the reader in these issues and how the Gospel is embedded in this as well without it coming across as preachy or bible bashing Gabi and Caleb. It very much reminds me of how to witness to those who do not believe, be non-judgmental, non-condescending, not self-righteous, but love them, accept them as they are and build a relationship so there is a neutral platform to share the Gospel.

It is from this perspective that I believe this novel could be instrumental in ministering to the unbeliever in Christ, by exposing false doctrine of various New Age theologies and practice such as astral travel, ascended masters, everyone possessing godhood and god-like power of healing and peace. All the above are designed and constructed to deceive and encourage the human race to believe this lie while being bound by demonic strongholds. She successfully does this through the character of Gabi and her vulnerability from losing her mother when she was 5 years old and her father many years later.

I have always felt that when learning is made to be fun or enjoyable in a format that the student/learner is comfortable with, then the uptake and retaining of the learning is more successful and understanding is greater. I have had a better understanding of the topic outlined in this novel than if it had been in a non-fiction account. Putting in a fictional setting like this novel, then I can fully grasp this better. I believe that Christian fiction should not just entertain and educate as is evidenced successfully in this novel, but it should edify the believer as well. It should encourage their walk with Christ and their relationship with Him as well. For me, Hedrick is successful here.

Another aspect where the above characteristics of what I expect from Christian fiction is the spiritual aspects of this novel. Some Christian authors do not have the Christian's prayer stated in full as they feel it detracts from the action of the scene or plot and some readers don't like this either whether they are Christian or not. There may be some novels where it is appropriate to just state that there was prayer for peace, healing, salvation etc but in other novels, where it would be appropriate for full prayer inclusion and there is not, I feel this omission is a shame as this is real life for the Christian, and for the non-believer who may be offended by this, well, this is the Christian's reality and I don't believe a novel based on Christian/biblical themes should be watered down to be politically correct. Thankfully, Hedrick has not succumbed to this practice. In this novel, it is very appropriate for prayer to be included in full. I found this refreshing as the instances where they were praying were in times of spiritual warfare concerning their research, the car accident involving the Professor and when Gabi was under the influence of the spirit guide/demon. Spiritual warfare is serious and affects every aspect of our lives, whether we know it or not, and to have prayer shown in its fullness adds a necessary aspect of reality to the plot and to portray what happens in real life.

It was also refreshing to have God very much a part of this novel and not just mentioned. I appreciated that the author included the presence of God in a tangible way when the Omega Team prayed for the aforementioned instances and the final conflict when this demon disguised as an angel of light was in the final stages of encouraging Gabi to cross to the demonic side. Again, this shows the supernatural side of reality and the warfare of the spiritual realm. It was great that the Spirit of God and the power of His might was shown as it is in defeating the demonic stronghold over Gabi and for her to see the spirit guide for the demon that he is and that the truth of the bible and what had been witnessed to her by the Omega Team members was true.

My only criticism is that Gabi has been depicted as rather emotional and high demand and this becomes a bit annoying after a while, but I can see what could contribute to this with the loss of parents at an early age.

I have read other end-times novels and every author seems to have a different take on the bible verses that are relevant to the eschatology and their poetic license in translating this to the fictional setting. I liked what Hedrick has done in the novel. Her take is very concise and specific and adheres very well to the biblical record. The culmination of all the plot lines in this novel come together for one very memorable climax and leaves the reader on a cliff hanger. I only hope that the sequel is here sooner rather than later. I cannot wait to see what happens next and be further entertained, edified and educated in eschatology, spiritual warfare and demonology.

Putting all this together with relational characters and romance as a subplot, this is one very enjoyable read.

I am looking forward to the sequel, The Third Strand, to be released in the near future. If this current has left me on a cliffhanger, then I can feel assured that the next one is going to start on one as well and continue with a fast paced, thrilling, supernatural ride like this one.

Highly Recommended..
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Would You Accept the Truth or Believe the Deception? 2015/7/31
投稿者 Timothy Waldrop - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
What if there was a secret so dark, your life would be in danger if you knew the truth – and even more so if you tried to share it? What if you found it was easier for many to believe a deception instead, would you still try to warn all of humanity before it was too late?

In the “The Omega Watchers” by Jane E. Woodlee Hedrick, the reader is asked these types of questions while they observe Gabriella and the team she is a part of as they look for the answers of ancient (present and future) mysteries possibly surrounding the sooner-than-they-realize coming salvation or destruction of humanity.

I struggled with whether to give 3 (It’s okay) or 4 (I like it) review. The writing is well done and most of the characters are brought to life, but I did find it rather slow in parts (thus originally thinking a 3 ½). I understand why the author wrote as they did, and actually it fits well with the story, so maybe I was just hoping for a little more “action” (other than what was present) throughout. However, the last 1/3 or so truly brings everything to a well thought out conclusion (or at least an introduction) giving way to the potential for a highly anticipated sequel.

So, if you start reading and find it slow in parts (as I did), keep going. It will be worth the read, and it might just help you or someone you know on their spiritual journey in this life.
5つ星のうち 3.0 Interesting story 2017/5/6
投稿者 Joanne Rolston - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
It was good but the story wasn't that well paced. After starting off well it slowed down to a crawl until the end. More time was spent exploring religious beliefs and journals than exploring the caves – but then it was setting a scene for entities that long ago came down from Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights.
I found the main character Gabi a bit annoying. An archeologist-explorer, she starts off as a strong woman but ends up really vulnerable. Her archeologist father's journals found their way to her and she ended up on an emotional roller coaster after reading his research. I cut her some slack though because she was an orphan, and haunted. It is kind of like Sleeping Beauty meets Indiana Jones.
The end was really exciting and left me hooked.
I wish I could give it between a three and four. I am going to read the next book.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 As real as it gets... 2015/2/6
投稿者 James T. Goldsberry - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
If you enjoy suspense, you will enjoy this book. I am reminded of old black and white dramas where there were no fancy special effects and no lavish scenery to sell the story. The story had to carry the movie. This story visualized in your mind is just that good. I confess to knowing very little about astral projection, but found myself swept along with the main character. I felt her emotions, and felt the shock of actually experiencing the point of view of a person that is not rooted and grounded in the love of Yeshua Jesus. I learned so much from a fictional novel that I felt the need to do a little internet digging of my own. I can honestly say that I have never been presented this point of view before concerning the end of days. What an eye opener! I can guarantee you will not be disappointed by this purchase. Well done, Jane Hedrick! Can't wait to see how you continue what should be at least a trilogy!
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