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Get ready for volume two of Penury City! 

Penury City: Ire of the Shekel

The story of Penury City continues with Ire of the Shekel.

The adventure had just begun with Light of Gabriel, the first volume of Penury City. In a world that has fallen far from the paradise in which it began, the last of the faithful struggle to hold on to a thread of hope in which they might live there once again.

The journey to Penury City continues as Dr. Saul Kriesh and First Lieutenant George Lyndon lead their group on an expedition searching for the rumored golden city, where the promise of freedom convinced them to leave behind everything. The evil Shekel hounds their every move in an attempt to stamp out these people of faith and hope.

As the faithful freedom seekers near the city, they don’t realize they are leading the Shekel and its forces to the very place they had longed to escape to. Bent on fear and destruction, the rage of the Shekel burns through the Zealot’s tunnels in pursuit of the last hope for mankind.


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Penury City: Light of Gabriel

The book that started the story of Penury City, Light of Gabriel.

From the original 30 pieces of silver paid to betray the One King, a single ancient coin survives destruction. This cursed shekel, bent on the annihilation of God’s people, seeks to lay its final web of deceit to claim victory over Earth.

It’s the year 2054, all references to God and faith have been removed from public life. Society sinks into the depths of narcissism, hatred and paranoia. All seems lost when the last defending Christian army is killed by government forces.

Yet, still there is hope – the Zealots had created a sophisticated tunnel system, providing an escape route to a rumored golden city built on faith and freedom. A curious light guides several strangers on a journey of faith and hope, as they search for the promise of freedom.

Purchase Penury City: Light of Gabriel today!

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Why not read a previous work as well, such as Gubber’s Gate?

Gubber's Gate by Thomas E

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