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El Sombre: Shadow of the Mast Davy Moody

El Sombre: Shadow of the Mast

Davy Moody

Published September 1st 2009
ISBN : 9781425976835
Paperback
576 pages
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 About the Book 

In El-Sombre-Shadow of the Mast, (sequel to El Sombre-Shadow of the Saguaro) the author has attempted to use, as background, the Porforio Diaz regime in the early 1800s in Mexico. Some of the characters in this fictional account are actual historicalMoreIn El-Sombre-Shadow of the Mast, (sequel to El Sombre-Shadow of the Saguaro) the author has attempted to use, as background, the Porforio Diaz regime in the early 1800s in Mexico. Some of the characters in this fictional account are actual historical personages, but the dialogues are completely fictional and not intended to reflect any strengths or weaknesses in the character of these individuals, personally. However, in this fictional account they are used in abstract to portray the usual conflict of democracy and dictatorship, the predator and the prey, the oppressed and the oppressor, with the fate of the innocent hanging in the balance. This conflict of the ages will continue until the second appearance of The King of Kings, and the Lord of Lords, but in the meantime, when the cause is just, and the time critical, God will always have his valiant man of the hour to help mankind cope with the occasion-such a man as El Sombre! Except for the Biblical truths contained herein, the opinions expressed in the book are not those of the author, but the opinions of a shadowy and mysterious figure known as El Sombre, code name: Shadow-man, who worked in that era under the auspices of a private enterprise known as High Command Liaison, which in turn, either accepted or rejected assignments, at its own discretion, from a world-wide organization known as High Command, which would later become known as the League of Nations, and would Evolve into what we know today as the United Nations.