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Emmy Harris was about to embark on a humanitarian mission when an unexpected appearance of an angelic woman brings back memories of the mysterious events surrounding her mother’s death. The beautiful angel delivers a disturbing message from Emmy’s past and reveals a bitter betrayal that sends her to Kazakhstan to start her life over.
Tragedy ensues as Emmy is thrown into the center of an international crisis that threatens her life and humanity’s survival and becomes a defining moment for the first female President of the United States. Emmy’s misfortune also becomes a long-awaited opportunity for a covert spiritual group called HELP, to prove to the Pentagon that there is another way to overcome the dark forces that threaten human existence. HELP soon discovers that this time-sensitive case is too big for their small group alone and is compelled to call on the world for support.
As the clock ticks down, Emmy is confronted with evil itself and feels forsaken by the limited help her celestial emissary can deliver. Emmy must search the depths of her soul and the lessons from her mother’s life to find the strength to survive. While the fate of the presidency and HELP’s undertaking hangs in the balance, the whole world must come together to help resolve this dangerous global crisis that could be a catalyst for the end of humanity or the means to our Final Redemption.
A must read for the times we live in! This novel is uniquely relevant to the precarious current events we are experiencing today and reveals a hidden truth about our individual and collective power to heal the world.
Allison Antonini 5.0 out of 5 stars Do I sense a movie coming...? March 28, 2017 Final Redemption is an easy read and perfect for anyone questioning the news headlines and the state of the world of today. Helen's artistry with words brings to life the struggles each character faces. I was captivated the whole time while reading and really felt a connection to the various characters, even the villains at times. The only question now is, when will Final Redemption be made into a movie?