The perils, thrills, twists and turns of a celestial battle between the forces of good and evil shatter the quiet of snow-covered Pennsylvania farm lands and the peace and good order of Washington DC. To avert economic disaster and suffering on a global scale, ordinary men and women are called into extraordinary service. Bonded by a centuries old oath and relying on faith and God-given gifts, wits and wisdom, they clash with the minions and agents of an ancient and relentless foe. Though twenty-first century technology and weapons are exploited by both sides, the climactic battle hinges upon ancient fighting arts and arms. In combat to the death, deciding mankind's fate and shaking the foundations of Heaven and Hell, unlikely heroes, each with one blue and one brown eye, emerge to thwart Satan's latest assault on the Gates of Heaven. The heroes learn that only God can make it possible to see and reach beyond the human vistas in their own eyes.About the AuthorsThere were five men and five women. Their ages ranged from late thirties to mid-seventies. Among them were retired and active duty military officers, attorneys, federal government professionals, a college professor, a former FBI agent, and a former Intelligence official. Some were related and others were their friends. The two things they all had in common was a love of Christ and a love of writing. All were accomplished writers in their professional fields. These people decided to write a novel together, rotating writing through the story a chapter at a time. No outline. No idea where the story was going. The only rules being one had to continue with what was previously written as a foundation, but could go anywhere their imagination led them for their next chapter. What would such a novel look like? The answer to this question is contained in In Our Own Eyes, written by Sarah E. Buckley-Biscardo, Katharine D. Gregg, Judith E. McKee, Brian M. Michelson, Kira R. Michelson, Joel F. Pannebaker, Robert N. Pohtos, Fredric W. Rohm (Bill), Fredric W. Rohm (Ric), and Sara E. Yoder.
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