If you liked the Hunger Games and The Game of Thrones – you will love this fantasy book. The inspiration for the book began with the question – Who decided boys are better than girls?
The stunning discovery that Early Christianity burned over 9 million women at the stake in a 300 year witch hunt posed the question – Was there more to this gender specific slaughter and who was really behind it? It led to a religious conspiracy theory that leaves Dan Brown’s for dead.
The big bang theory of evolution eliminates the possibility of god, but what if they are wrong. Could there have been a powerful, ancient entity drifting in the eternal peace of the black abyss? What would he make of the universe growing, breeding and filling what had been his solitary haven? What if he decided to take it back?
In Rise of the Trinity the ancient force sets a course to destroy every living thing. He sets himself up as the one true god and uses religious wars as a means to destroy humanity. Light struggles against darkness and three identical triplets are born with the task of saving mankind.
The girls are separated at birth and raised with different values. Their rollercoaster of self discovery is based on research from eminent female psychologists. One character deals with her rejection of the feminine and adoption of masculine role models…I could go on but suffice it to say that when women read Rise of the Trinity they are sure to recognise their own traits in one of the girls. From stay at home mums to CEO’s of major corporations, the girl’s internal journey and discovery will resonate and add depth to the experience of this book.
Of course it wouldn’t be epic fantasy without bloody battles and complicated love stories, you can only imagine the fun possibilities of twists in a book about three identical sisters…or better yet why not read the book and find out for yourself.