We would like to welcome and thank Daniel Rafferty for making us one of his stops during his Virtual Book Tour. He is the author of Counterpoint, a Sci-fi/Fantasy novel. Here is a peek into what readers can expect from this extraordinary writer.
Move over “War of the Worlds,” we’ve got bigger issues to deal with now! In author Daniel Rafferty’s “Counterpoint,” things aren’t always as they seem—but what, exactly, does that mean? Is it time for the fight to the end between good and evil, Heaven and Hell? Is it the beginning of Armageddon and the end of time?
It all starts out innocently enough when 12-year-old Mary asks her father where he’s off to, which happens to be one of mankind’s worst endeavours, a World War. But the story quickly moves beyond earthly boundaries, with angels, demons, the devil, archangels and even humans with supernatural powers, coming together to fight a battle between right and wrong, good and evil. And the powers-that-be are acting on God’s behalf, but is he just watching from a distance to see what happens? What’s God’s role in all of this—and will he be back to save the day—does he even still exist?
You may think you know the storyline, with so many familiar biblical names being thrown about like fresh holy water; however, there are strange twists and turns that’ll leave you wondering who the good guys and bad guys really are. Is Lucifer actually the devil incarnate or do we humans have it all wrong? Is Archangel Michael really who we think he is? Can all angels be trusted and are some demons good? It’s a mixed up dimension of space and time when you’re dealing with supernatural entities and human beings—and whose to be trusted?
Beyond the clear symbolism of names such as Mary, Gabriel, David, Ariel and others, what role does the Bassett family play and why does everyone seem to have plans for them? Why have they been chosen among all other families on earth to do what they do? What have they been selected to do? Will they realize their roles in time to save the planet and the universe as we know it or are they just pawns in a much bigger scheme?
This epic tale takes places from
Liverpool to , to the Scottish
and Welsh highlands and over to London —but the end-game
results will either be salvation or total destruction of the entire world—and
the outcome is still not certain. Is God’s human experiment over—or will we
continue for another millennium? To find
out, you must stop what you’re doing right now and read the pages of this
exciting story! Say your prayers and hope someone’s listening! Dublin
“Then destroy Hell!” Gabriel countered loudly. Both had now squared up to each other.
“Destroy Hell?” shouted Michael, over Gabriel’s repeated yeses, “and lose hundreds of angels in the process. What about the millions of demons roaming the planet? They’ll regroup and we won’t have the troops to counter them.”
“Michael,” said Gabriel calmly. He didn’t want them ending up brawling and destroying half the city in the process. “This is wrong. If we try to forcefully remove evil from this planet we risk destroying it. Humanity is capable of ejecting evil from this world. Give them the time to do so. Let the experiment run its course,” he reasoned.
“Evil was never meant to be part of this experiment!”
“We don’t know that. God left no instruction, nothing. For all we know evil is the very object humanity must overcome to pass this experiment.” Gabriel sat back down again. He knew the other Archangels agreed with him, at least to some extent, but would not anger Michael.
“The time is now,” finished Michael once more. The other archangels listened to Michael and Gabriel now descend into an ear bashing row. The world’s inhabitants, human, animal and supernatural alike had no idea that at this very moment, their fate was being determined in a hotel suite in
|Daniel Rafferty, Author|
Daniel Rafferty currently lives in
. He is actively engaged in writing the epic
Counterpoint Trilogy Series and is also working on different pieces of writing
outside this genre. This includes the upcoming sci-fi thriller Destiny:
Illusions. Always intrigued with epic dramas and grand questions, which have
been asked throughout the history of civilisation, he aims to incorporate
dramatic stories around these questions. This provides a large tapestry in
which his writing is sewn. Belfast, Northern Ireland
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