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Two Doors is the first book of the Modern Prophet series. It is the story of Peter Smith, a young man who moves to New York City to build a career and life. But he has a small problem that is about to take over his life. Peter Smith has always had lucid dreams, often terrifying ones. Now those dreams are starting to presage actual events. His unique ability captures the att Two Doors is the first book of the Modern Prophet series. It is the story of Peter Smith, a young man who moves to New York City to build a career and life. But he has a small problem that is about to take over his life. Peter Smith has always had lucid dreams, often terrifying ones. Now those dreams are starting to presage actual events. His unique ability captures the attention of two powerful families who seem desperate to control him. The ability to know the future is a valuable commodity after all. Peter’s visions become more stark and violent as terrorists attack here and abroad. Bill Satori and Emmanuel Prospect both promise to protect him and pay him, but their motivations are very different. While the Prospects want to help stop the carnage, Satori is happy just to keep Peter quiet. Events quickly spiral out of control as the true natures of the families become apparent, and Peter must choose which path to take. Each of us is led through events every minute of our lives, and our choices define who we will become. The doors Peter chooses may lead to global nuclear ward and the end of all life on Earth. Let us hope he chooses well.


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Two Doors is the first book of the Modern Prophet series. It is the story of Peter Smith, a young man who moves to New York City to build a career and life. But he has a small problem that is about to take over his life. Peter Smith has always had lucid dreams, often terrifying ones. Now those dreams are starting to presage actual events. His unique ability captures the att Two Doors is the first book of the Modern Prophet series. It is the story of Peter Smith, a young man who moves to New York City to build a career and life. But he has a small problem that is about to take over his life. Peter Smith has always had lucid dreams, often terrifying ones. Now those dreams are starting to presage actual events. His unique ability captures the attention of two powerful families who seem desperate to control him. The ability to know the future is a valuable commodity after all. Peter’s visions become more stark and violent as terrorists attack here and abroad. Bill Satori and Emmanuel Prospect both promise to protect him and pay him, but their motivations are very different. While the Prospects want to help stop the carnage, Satori is happy just to keep Peter quiet. Events quickly spiral out of control as the true natures of the families become apparent, and Peter must choose which path to take. Each of us is led through events every minute of our lives, and our choices define who we will become. The doors Peter chooses may lead to global nuclear ward and the end of all life on Earth. Let us hope he chooses well.

35 review for Two Doors

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    Peter Pete Smith (accountant, Hawkeyes, finance) had moved from Iowa, to NYC. Not the welcome he had expected. By chance he met Gabe Prospect (Gabriel, Prospect Enterprise, roommate) & moved in with him. A penthouse in Manhattan complete with everything imaginable. Michael Mike Prospect (CEO, Gabe’s cousin) had come to stay a few days. Bertrand Industries (Real estate/property management) other corporate PPL are: Emmanuel Manny Prospect (Granddad, founder/owner), Liz Prospect (secretary, grandda Peter Pete Smith (accountant, Hawkeyes, finance) had moved from Iowa, to NYC. Not the welcome he had expected. By chance he met Gabe Prospect (Gabriel, Prospect Enterprise, roommate) & moved in with him. A penthouse in Manhattan complete with everything imaginable. Michael Mike Prospect (CEO, Gabe’s cousin) had come to stay a few days. Bertrand Industries (Real estate/property management) other corporate PPL are: Emmanuel Manny Prospect (Granddad, founder/owner), Liz Prospect (secretary, granddaughter), Joshua Josh Prospect (VP, Emmanuel’s son), Oscar Bertrand, Luce Prospect (Gabriel’s brother), Isabel Garcia (HR), Kim (HR assistant) & Abby (receptionist). Who is William Bill Satori (Satori Industries, aka Master)? Why did Sheila Farness come see Pete about? In big demand for some reason who will Peter finally go to work for? I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one. A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written mysterious paranormal book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great sci-fi movie, animated cartoon, or mini TV series. Well I really enjoyed it till Narga & Barsat came along. That said I will only rate this book at 4/5 stars. Thank you for the free Goodreads; Sacred Life Publishers; Making Connections; Story Cartel; Author; PDF book Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Merrymary

    Wouldn’t it be nice to know what is going to happen in the next few minutes so that you could warn family, friends, and neighbors of impending doom? Not so fast. If there were witnesses and the witnesses told the police, the media, and all their friends, there might be some very interested people. In this story, there are two families with two different viewpoints about life. One believes that people are basically evil. The other believes there is good in humanity, and people will naturally grow Wouldn’t it be nice to know what is going to happen in the next few minutes so that you could warn family, friends, and neighbors of impending doom? Not so fast. If there were witnesses and the witnesses told the police, the media, and all their friends, there might be some very interested people. In this story, there are two families with two different viewpoints about life. One believes that people are basically evil. The other believes there is good in humanity, and people will naturally grow in their own way. Although they could, neither family has, up until now, interfered with the basic laws of the universe, even though each family possesses superpowers. One family has become impatient and wants a showdown. This is where Peter Smith comes in. His dreams have started coming to him in real time, and both families have started connecting the dots--and one of them wants him out of the picture. The other family wants to protect him but does not want to interfere in humanity’s basic right to choose. What happens next is the crux of the story: All hell breaks loose. It is in the resolution of this conflict that Karl Morgan creates a new way of looking at life. A new way of putting good and evil to the test. One simple man must face the darkest of the dark and gets help from the best of the best. Most stories are predictable in their human limitations, but this one stretches the human spirit to the limit. You walk with Pete Smith through his desire to be with the woman he loves while keeping her out of the danger which follows him everywhere. This story is exciting and the ending more inspiring than your usual good vs. evil tale.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joy Lo-Bamijoko

    This was a fascinating book to read. I did not catch up on the names in the book for a while, but eventually, I did. I could see the members of the Prospect family as the family of the angels fighting for the preservation of humankind, and the family of Satori as fighting for the destruction of the world. In fact, the names of the members of the Prospect family mirrored the names of some of our familiar angels; Gabriel, Raphael, Micheal, or is it the name Emmanuel, for the granddad, which as we This was a fascinating book to read. I did not catch up on the names in the book for a while, but eventually, I did. I could see the members of the Prospect family as the family of the angels fighting for the preservation of humankind, and the family of Satori as fighting for the destruction of the world. In fact, the names of the members of the Prospect family mirrored the names of some of our familiar angels; Gabriel, Raphael, Micheal, or is it the name Emmanuel, for the granddad, which as we all know, is the name of Jesus Christ Himself. The position of Pete in the story, and his function, was never clear. Anytime he asked a question, or wanted to know more about something, he was told to wait, and that all will be revealed to him in the end. All was never revealed. I suppose that the revelation is reserved for the sequel to this book. As I said, it was a fascinating read, marred at certain points by quite a number of errors, like, missing words, or words placed wrongly, scenes that started, but led to nowhere, like the purpose of Santori’s walk with Pete in the desert, or the way he fought to preserve himself from defeat. After all, he was immortal. There was also a scene that was repeated verbatim, after Pete had dreamt and told it. So why, after he had told this dream, was it necessary to repeat all of it again? I am at a loss how to rate this story, but I will go with my gut.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karl Morgan

    I am the author of this book. The Modern Prophet series is a real change of pace for me. For those who have read any of my sci-fi or fantasy books, you know there is always a spiritual undertone in my writing. In these books, that undertone drives the narrative. Two Doors is the tale of a young man moving to a new city to build his life. Peter has always had lucid dreams, but now those dreams are becoming premonitions. Two families struggle to control him, but they are not simple people like us. T I am the author of this book. The Modern Prophet series is a real change of pace for me. For those who have read any of my sci-fi or fantasy books, you know there is always a spiritual undertone in my writing. In these books, that undertone drives the narrative. Two Doors is the tale of a young man moving to a new city to build his life. Peter has always had lucid dreams, but now those dreams are becoming premonitions. Two families struggle to control him, but they are not simple people like us. The story becomes more sinister as Bill Satori attempts to break the equilibrium between good and evil and take control of Earth. How can one man stop the end of the world? I hope you take a chance to read it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Candra Hodge

    I am not done with this book yet but I am enjoying it very much. It is an intriguing storyline. It is a book that is keeping me reading it partially because it is just giving tidbits at a time of what the story is completely about. I have guesses as to what it is going to turn out that the two main groups are- but I still don't have enough information to verify it yet. I do reccomend this book to anyone who enjoys supernatural books. I am not done with this book yet but I am enjoying it very much. It is an intriguing storyline. It is a book that is keeping me reading it partially because it is just giving tidbits at a time of what the story is completely about. I have guesses as to what it is going to turn out that the two main groups are- but I still don't have enough information to verify it yet. I do reccomend this book to anyone who enjoys supernatural books.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I was given a free copy of this book in a Goodreads Giveaway. The beginning was a bit confusing but everything quickly became clear. The story had a lot of depth, leaving the reader guessing until the very end. Not only was the concept an interesting one from the start, but the characters and the plot continued to develop and improve upon it even further. A very engaging and interesting read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Michaels

    This story is very intriguing. From the first page to the last I was involved in the story. The characters are believable and the plot flows smoothly. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward the reading the next in the series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charles campos

    Received this as a free copy in the goodreads giveaway, was a good book, easy to read, nice story but found it to be a bit too predictable for my liking.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

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    Francesca Morales

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Dr. Cole Marie Mckinnon

  19. 5 out of 5

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