Cradle and All Social Concerns

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The ultimate nightmare for mankind is a world in which Satan's legions, the forces of evil, are unleashed to wreak havoc on mankind. The great and ultimate battle between good and evil, the Christ and the anti-Christ, the survival of the human race, and the nightmares envisioned by Patterson if evil triumphs are the concerns of this novel.

Cradle and All is a retelling of a long outof-print novel, Virgin, written by Patterson and published in 1980. Many of the characters and scenes are retold and expanded. A novel for the new millennium, the book emphasizes the continuing battle between good and evil.

The good is represented by the reappearance on earth of Christ, opposing the appearance of the anti-Christ. To focus on the seriousness of this battle, Patterson introduces Father Nicholas Rosetti, a priest who truly believes in God as man's savior and the Catholic Church as the...

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