New Garabandal Book [Fiction But Has a Message for All]

Posted: January 25, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Warning Miracle is the first book of the Right in Front series by John Klee. It is a futuristic story based on the Apparitions of our Lady of Carmel in Garabandal, Spain and her messages to 12-year-old Conchita Gonzalez from 1961 to 1965. [N.B.: This apparition has not received Church approval. There are documents about it at EWTN here and here.]
During that period the blessed Virgin of Carmel appeared many times, gave Conchita messages, and performed miracles in an effort to convince the “doubting Thomases” of all times about their need to live their lifes according to Jesus’s teachings.
The author uses four main characters to tell the story: Dexter Griffith, an entrepreneur, robotic engineer, and owner of Grobotics; Thad Rankin, a zealous believer and taxi driver; Cheryl Hoffman, a chemical engineer working at Rohbear Foods; and Kevin Conaway, the quarterback of the Ohio State University football team.
As the story unfolds each of the four will have to overcome obstacles and tribulations, but they will also enjoy some success while trying to live the American dream under Chinese rule.
The Warning Miracle described by the author was a very creative variation of the original miracle of the Host that occurred in 1961. This was my favorite part of the book as it will allow each reader to examine their conscience and evaluate their life styles.
Warning Miracle by John Klee is an informative book about the apparitions in Garabandal, Spain and its devastating implications for our lives and those of future generations.

Thanks to: reviewed by Tannia Ortiz-Lopes
http://www.catholicfiction.net/

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