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Escape from Babel’s Tower to Heaven

book cover for One World Tower—A Babylonian Adventure, by Michael Vetter One World Tower—A Babylonian Adventure by Michael Vetter

A giant asteroid is racing toward Earth! What would you do? Who would you turn to for help?

The gleaming tower of New Babel, called the One World Tower by a power-hungry trio of tyrants, dominates the city’s skyline in an advanced technological civilization after Noah’s Great Flood. This sequel to Run Before the Rain—An Antediluvian Adventure extends the brilliant mechanical inventions of Methuselah and Japheth into a new world of steam and steel that seems bent on self-destruction. When a celestial cataclysm as destructive as Noah’s Flood threatens to wipe out the city, there is nothing mankind can do to stop it. Will civilization turn to the God of Creation or to the gods and idols of their own making? This work of fiction has enduring lessons of faith, loyalty, and self-scrifice that will draw young readers into the exploits of brave heros willing to risk their lives for their friends. A family three generations after Noah and the Great Flood must flee New Babel before  the three powerful masterminds finish the spectacular tower and impose their One World system on earth’s inhabitants. You might know something about the tower of Babel and its disasterous  repercussions for mankind, but this fast-moving teen adventure novel weaves Bible facts around the lives of energetic young characters who never give up.

The astronomical countdown begins…

Evina is the daughter of the High Priest of Marduk and the brightest stargazer in New Babel. She spots a tiny object in space through her telescope that is careening on a collision course with Earth. She tasks a world- famous clockmaker and inventor to devise a mechanical predictor engine to calculate the exact trajectory of an approaching asteroid. She is befriended by the clockmaker’s son and daughter—the twins Dov and Yanis—who tell her about the powerful God who created the universe she sees through her telescope and who is sovereign over all things. The twins use Evina’s mathematical observations to program the Cyclone supercomputer to come up with the asteroid’s exact impact time and location. The terrifying results spark a race that leads them deep inside the One World Tower to rescue Evina from her observatory high in the tower’s jet-black, roof-top ziggurat.

Sprinting against time and the inevitable fate of the tower and New Babel itself, Dov’s daring rescue plans run up against powerful, evil rulers. King Nimrod, Master Magician Magus, and High Priest Zidon—the New Babel Triad—are on their way to squash all opposition when the universal confusion of languages sends shock waves through civilization and brings their plans to a halt.  A final chase along the Euphrates River for those escaping New Babel on the Dolphin vapor-craft spells death to Dov’s family if his daring illusion fails to stop their pursuer.

The speculative technology behind the biblical tower of Babel and God’s miracle of languages includes steel skyscrapers, high-speed elevators, steam engines, naval warships and digital computers blended with examples of heroic self-sacrifice from a Christian world view. God’s sovereignty and obedience to His commands were as essential to life back at the epicenter of ancient world history as they are today.

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picture of Michael Vetter, authorMichael Vetter is a former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer with degrees in mechanical and ocean engineering and a 30-year career as a national defense contractor. He enjoys kayaking, skiing and international travel. Michael and his wife, Mary, live in Salem, New Hampshire.

One World Tower is a sequel to his first novel, Run Before the Rain—An Antediluvian Adventure, and continues his theme of advanced technologies in Biblical civilizations. His third book will be Flight from Egypt—Adventures Along the Nile. This will take place in Thebes, Memphis, and Giza around the time of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt.


More information about this and other books is at the author’s website: http://www.michaelvetter.net

or on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ChristianAdventuresBibleThemes?ref=hl

Contact the author at: mfvetter@yahoo.com

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