Author Sam Jane Brown's Debut Novel "Forgotten Word" Sparks Thought-Provoking Conversations Among Readers
Brown's new book has been likened to the iconic works of author Dan Brown
MANCHESTER, England, July 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- UK-based author Sam Jane Brown's new novel has proven itself as a thought provoking piece that's gaining a steady following, particularly among fans of authors such as Dan Brown.
"I was inspired to write this book thanks to my own spiritual journey during a year-long bible study experience. I didn't really realize that Forgotten Word would be as thought provoking as it's become, but I think that's really wonderful! It's delightful to think that my writing could inspire engaging conversations that could potentially enlighten and inform others. I think there are few things that are more rewarding for an author!" Sam Jane Brown explained of her debut novel. Notably, Brown is in the midst of penning her sophomore novel, which will carry on the storyline that unfolds in Forgotten Word.
Forgotten Word, which has been compared to Dan Brown's iconic book, The Davinci Code, delivers a blend of mystery, suspense and action as it traces the experiences of the main character Zena McGrath. The international police detective is flown to the Vatican to investigate the latest in a series of mysterious and sudden deaths involving Catholic priests, but she gets much more than she bargained for when she uncovers the shocking role of evil.
Zena McGrath is shocked to learn that evil is very real – and it's following her. She's dispatched to New York City to investigate yet another clergyman's sudden death when she uncovers an underground society of satanic worshipers and power evil entities. What's worse, it seems that these dark forces are emerging from the underworld and into the light of mainstream society. It's also emerged in Zena's life – it's following her.
What ensues is a worldwide movement; an uprising that has millions calling for an end to organized religion in an attempt to squash out the pervasive evil that won't back down. It's a call for a new world order, a revolution in human society.
"I find the concept of a new world order very intriguing. It really makes you realize how prominent religion is in our everyday life, even if you're not an overly religious person. Religion impacts us in a very profound way. It's molded societies; nations have risen and fallen due to religion; it has the power to unite and it has the power to divide. Some are literally willing to die for what they believe in. Religion is a very powerful thing and it's really interesting to consider how the world would change if it was eradicated in an attempt to quell a powerful evil entity," Brown explained. She added, "Could religion really be eliminated? It's so deeply engrained in modern society -- it's in our holidays, our calendar, our laws, our language, even our maps. What would a religion-free world look like? It's a curious thing to consider, indeed."
As a worldwide revolution unfolds, Zena seeks answers in the Holy Land. It's a journey that leads to some important revelations and discoveries that prove to be game-changers. The critically acclaimed novel Forgotten Word has been lauded for its ability to keep readers enthralled, right up until they reach the very last page.
Forgotten Word is available for purchase on Amazon.com in paperback for $12.38. It's also available in digital e-book for Kindle at a price of $3.50.
To learn more about author Sam Jane Brown, visit www.SamJaneBrown.com.
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