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Three Keys were never meant to be given over into the hand of man... The second book in The Age of Prophecy series, The Key of Rain transports you back 3000 years to the epic battle between the Israelite Kings and Prophets. In his war against the idolatrous King Ahav and his Queen Izevel, the Prophet Eliyahu (known in English as Elijah) has brought a devastating droug Three Keys were never meant to be given over into the hand of man... The second book in The Age of Prophecy series, The Key of Rain transports you back 3000 years to the epic battle between the Israelite Kings and Prophets. In his war against the idolatrous King Ahav and his Queen Izevel, the Prophet Eliyahu (known in English as Elijah) has brought a devastating drought upon the Kingdom of Israel. While all search in vain for Eliyahu, the Queen hunts the remaining prophets, driving the survivors into hiding. Our story follows Lev, an orphaned musician, who scrambles to keep the prophets alive while trying to mend the rift in the Kingdom. In the face of danger and temptation, Lev must strengthen his will or fall prey to the agents of Izevel's gods, Baal and Ashera. Rooted in the Ancient Oral and Mystical Traditions Authors Dave Mason and Mike Feuer spent years researching the Oral and Kabbalistic traditions detailing the inner workings of prophecy and the world of Ancient Israel. The Epic Story Brought to Life Learn the inner story of the battle, in a way that will reframe all you've ever heard about the Israelite Kings and Prophets. Engage in a Battle of Ultimate Will


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Three Keys were never meant to be given over into the hand of man... The second book in The Age of Prophecy series, The Key of Rain transports you back 3000 years to the epic battle between the Israelite Kings and Prophets. In his war against the idolatrous King Ahav and his Queen Izevel, the Prophet Eliyahu (known in English as Elijah) has brought a devastating droug Three Keys were never meant to be given over into the hand of man... The second book in The Age of Prophecy series, The Key of Rain transports you back 3000 years to the epic battle between the Israelite Kings and Prophets. In his war against the idolatrous King Ahav and his Queen Izevel, the Prophet Eliyahu (known in English as Elijah) has brought a devastating drought upon the Kingdom of Israel. While all search in vain for Eliyahu, the Queen hunts the remaining prophets, driving the survivors into hiding. Our story follows Lev, an orphaned musician, who scrambles to keep the prophets alive while trying to mend the rift in the Kingdom. In the face of danger and temptation, Lev must strengthen his will or fall prey to the agents of Izevel's gods, Baal and Ashera. Rooted in the Ancient Oral and Mystical Traditions Authors Dave Mason and Mike Feuer spent years researching the Oral and Kabbalistic traditions detailing the inner workings of prophecy and the world of Ancient Israel. The Epic Story Brought to Life Learn the inner story of the battle, in a way that will reframe all you've ever heard about the Israelite Kings and Prophets. Engage in a Battle of Ultimate Will

30 review for The Key of Rain (The Age of Prophecy Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Mason

    It's always been funny to me that Goodreads allows authors to review their own books, but I'm happy to leave my thoughts here. The Key of Rain was four years in the writing but much longer in the making. I say this because so many elements of The Lamp of Darkness were created just to lay the groundwork for The Key of Rain. The Lamp of Darkness set the stage for The Key of Rain to take the story to a whole other level. At the end of Book 1, our main character, Lev, found himself struggling just t It's always been funny to me that Goodreads allows authors to review their own books, but I'm happy to leave my thoughts here. The Key of Rain was four years in the writing but much longer in the making. I say this because so many elements of The Lamp of Darkness were created just to lay the groundwork for The Key of Rain. The Lamp of Darkness set the stage for The Key of Rain to take the story to a whole other level. At the end of Book 1, our main character, Lev, found himself struggling just to stay alive as the clouds of war darkened. In Book 2, Lev has to grow from a boy to a man, from one merely trying to survive to one who can play a role in preserving the people and beliefs he holds dear. Personally, I think The Key of Rain is a superior book to The Lamp of Darkness. If you enjoyed book 1, I highly recommend reading book 2.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Avi Eisenman

    I loved "The Lamp of Darkness" for the way it recreated the world and ideas of the prophets in the time of Achav and Izevel and packaged it in a compelling narrative. All the while keeping faith with the text of the bible and its associated oral traditions. "The Key of Rain" continues to develop that world, with a faster pace, more twists and turns, and more character depth than the original book. This one hits the ground running and doesn't let up till the end. A great story and a great read. I loved "The Lamp of Darkness" for the way it recreated the world and ideas of the prophets in the time of Achav and Izevel and packaged it in a compelling narrative. All the while keeping faith with the text of the bible and its associated oral traditions. "The Key of Rain" continues to develop that world, with a faster pace, more twists and turns, and more character depth than the original book. This one hits the ground running and doesn't let up till the end. A great story and a great read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    The Story of Elijah I waited far to long for this book but my patience finally paid off. Israel is in the midst of a drought because of the curse that Elijah put on the land because of the worship of Baal. The Holy One's prophets are in hiding and Lev is busy trying to feed them, spying within the palace disguised as a musician, and trying to find the whereabouts of Elijah. Finally Elijah calls for an ultimatum between the prophets and the priests of Baal. The god who sends fire from Heaven to bu The Story of Elijah I waited far to long for this book but my patience finally paid off. Israel is in the midst of a drought because of the curse that Elijah put on the land because of the worship of Baal. The Holy One's prophets are in hiding and Lev is busy trying to feed them, spying within the palace disguised as a musician, and trying to find the whereabouts of Elijah. Finally Elijah calls for an ultimatum between the prophets and the priests of Baal. The god who sends fire from Heaven to burn a sacrifice will be the God of Israel. Anyone who is familiar with the Bible story will know the outcome. I thoroughly enjoyed this long awaited book and hope the series continues.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ayo

    READ THIS! If you love stories that draw you into the world of fantasy where you can fight epic battles of good and evil alongside your favorite characters, read this. If you love historical fiction and are eager to see the world of the Bible come alive before your very eyes in explosive color, read this. If you love diving into the life of a strong yet super relatable leading character and following him on his journey of growth, read this. Dave Mason has outdone himself with this book. Buy it for READ THIS! If you love stories that draw you into the world of fantasy where you can fight epic battles of good and evil alongside your favorite characters, read this. If you love historical fiction and are eager to see the world of the Bible come alive before your very eyes in explosive color, read this. If you love diving into the life of a strong yet super relatable leading character and following him on his journey of growth, read this. Dave Mason has outdone himself with this book. Buy it for yourself. Buy it for your teens. Buy it for a gift. My only disappointment is the need to wait for book #3 to be written and released. Enjoy!

  5. 4 out of 5

    R.C. Marantis

    The Intrigue Continues The authors certainly satisfied my craving for more after reading the first book in the series. Although I cannot put my finger on why it speaks to my heart, except I have followed the Creator of the Universe from my childhood and He has never let me down. I am grateful for the window into the past and it's lessons to be learned for my own personal growth today. The Intrigue Continues The authors certainly satisfied my craving for more after reading the first book in the series. Although I cannot put my finger on why it speaks to my heart, except I have followed the Creator of the Universe from my childhood and He has never let me down. I am grateful for the window into the past and it's lessons to be learned for my own personal growth today.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dianna

    Pure enjoyment! I chose to read the first book because of my love for Biblical history. I could hardly wait to start this second book in the series. I have not been disappointed! I have been transported to the time of Ahab and Jezebel. I highly recommend this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis Funk

    Old. Story new again Well written retelling of the prophet Elijah and the 3year drought. Though I know this story well, I still felt like I was on the edge of my seat, eagerly waiting to see what would happen next . Thank you Dave and Mike, for a masterful retelling of this Bible story!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ben Pashkoff

    If you have an interest in real Historical fiction, this is great. Forthose that might say that the "Bible/Tanach" is a fiction, please just enjoy the tale and do not ruin it for others. If you have an interest in real Historical fiction, this is great. Forthose that might say that the "Bible/Tanach" is a fiction, please just enjoy the tale and do not ruin it for others.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Izzy

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Smith

  11. 4 out of 5

    Noam

  12. 4 out of 5

    Terin

  13. 4 out of 5

    dorothy ladell

  14. 4 out of 5

    Morgan Le fay

  15. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tsipi

  17. 5 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Shira

  19. 4 out of 5

    Siri

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shalom Steinberg

  22. 4 out of 5

    David Evans

  23. 5 out of 5

    Linda Rose

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Socash

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann Donovan Mason

  27. 4 out of 5

    Gilly Mizrahi

  28. 5 out of 5

    Veta

  29. 4 out of 5

    Itai

  30. 5 out of 5

    dpetiot

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