In 2006, the Archangels, St Michael and St Gabriel, are tasked by the Souls in Heaven to unify the world and avert the perils of global warming; only to find a White House mired in war and deaf to the consequences of climate change.
Jesus returns to help, but is torn between his love for Mary Magdalene and the mission.
The Battle for Jesus is the battle for humanity, the ultimate game-changer that has to be won at all costs. The climax of the story is a vicious battle, hand to hand, in central Washington, which shocks the world.
This story is bold, entertaining and progressive, carrying a mighty moral punch.
Simon Lawson is a natural writer, combining a soft touch with a healthy tempo.
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About the Author
The author started writing at preparatory school, Charney Hall, in the Lake District of the North of England. Devoid of TV and radio, the students, young as they were, told stories to each other. He moved on to Ellesmere College where he concentrated on English, aiming to get his passion for fiction onto paper. Most Holidays were spent on a farm, but there were trips to France and the USA. The highlight of his youth was hitchhiking around the US, and the wholesome character of the American people has always stayed with him. After school he went into the electronics industry, then took assisted passage to Australia seeking a broader lifestyle. He studied commerce and creative writing in Australia. The Battle for Jesus is his debut novel. A 21st Century story, set in the US, ten years in the making. Simon Lawson is a natural writer with a soft touch.