Mercury falls / a novel by Robert Kroese.
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- 1 of 1 copy available at Dorchester County Library System. (Show)
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|Dorchester - Summerville Branch||FIC KRO (Text)||30018004014607||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Anderson - Anderson Main Library||F Kroese Robert (Text)||22960000468495||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Anderson - Jennie Erwin Branch||F Kroese Robert (Text)||22960000468503||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
|Florence - Main Library||SF Kroese (Text)||33172005215031||Adult Science Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781935597155
- ISBN: 1935597159
- Physical Description: iii, 369 pages ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: [Las Vegas, Nevada] : AmazonEncore, 
- Copyright: ©2010
"Years of covering the antics of End Times cults for The Banner, a religious news magazine, have left Christine Temetri not only jaded but seriously questioning her career choice. That is, until she meets Mercury, an anti-establishment angel who's frittering his time away whipping up batches of Rice Krispy Treats and perfecting his ping-pong backhand instead of doing his job: helping to orchestrate Armageddon. With the end near and angels and demons debating the finer political points of the Apocalypse, Christine and Mercury accidentally foil an attempt to assassinate one Karl Grissom, a thirty-seven-year-old film school dropout about to make his big break as the Antichrist. Now, to save the world, she must negotiate the byzantine bureaucracies of Heaven and Hell and convince the apathetic Mercury to take a stand, all the while putting up with the obnoxious mouth-breathing Antichrist"--Back cover.
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Mercury Falls : The book that started it all! While on assignment in Nevada, Christine Temetri isn't surprised when yet another prophesied Apocalypse fails to occur. After three years of reporting on End Times cults for a religious news magazine, Christine is seriously questioning her career choice. But then she meets Mercury, a cult leader whose knowledge of the impending Apocalypse is decidedly more solid than most: he is an angel, sent from heaven to prepare for the Second Coming but distracted by beer, ping pong, and other earthly delights. After Christine and Mercury inadvertently save Karl Grissom--a film-school dropout and the newly appointed Antichrist--from assassination, she realizes the three of them are all that stand in the way of mankind's utter annihilation. They are a motley crew compared to the heavenly host bent on earth's destruction, but Christine figures they'll just have to do. Full of memorable characters, Mercury Falls is an absurdly funny tale about unlikely heroes on a quest to save the world.