K�nig's Fire

K nig s Fire They call him Nebuchadnezzar The Nazis have established a torture center in a mine at the heart of a Romanian forest Here they interrogate prisoners and sometimes throw them into the furnace at the

  • Title: K�nig's Fire
  • Author: Marc Schooley
  • ISBN: 9780982598757
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
  • K�nig's Fire

    They call him Nebuchadnezzar The Nazis have established a torture center in a mine at the heart of a Romanian forest Here they interrogate prisoners and, sometimes, throw them into the furnace at the heart of the mine Only now, the primeval forest is rising against them, unleashing a preternatural army to besiege the great iron gate of the mine The fearsome guards becoThey call him Nebuchadnezzar The Nazis have established a torture center in a mine at the heart of a Romanian forest Here they interrogate prisoners and, sometimes, throw them into the furnace at the heart of the mine Only now, the primeval forest is rising against them, unleashing a preternatural army to besiege the great iron gate of the mine The fearsome guards become terrifi ed prisoners and the furnace itself burns with hungry anger against them Sascha Konig, a man they called Nebuchadnezzar, is their only hope He is master of the furnace All along, he has been Hitler s ardent servant But nowKonig is wrestling with demons of his own, and the Master of all fi res is calling him to Himself through the haunting eyes of a little gypsy girl Konig did not save MARC SCHOOLEY is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and nascent Christian fifi ction writer who welcomes you to communicate with him at marcschooley, featuring quest appearances by MS Quixote which may or may not be his alter ego a special commission has been established to investigate this matter However, MS Quixote wears glasses and Marc does not, so the mystery is a bit diffificult to unravel Konig s Fire is his second novel The Dark Man was his first.

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    1. Jill Williamson

      Sascha König, a man once called Nebuchadnezzar, is being held for questioning about his involvement during WW2 in the Nachthaus, a Nazi prison in the heart of a Romanian forest. Years have passed since then, but people are still looking for answers to the mysteries that went on there. So Sascha tells his story, a frightening tale of fire, demons, and a gypsy girl Sascha did not save.My mind is still reeling! What a clever and strange story. Very well written. Creepy. Ingenious. And a quite biza [...]

    2. Lisa Godfrees

      I've always said that a perfect book is one where someone hands it to me and says "Read it, it's good" and I know absolutely nothing about it going in. Why? Because I like to be surprised. So many books these days are clones of one another where you can see what's going to happen from page 1 and you read on mildly entertained, but not really taken for a ride.Konig's Fire is a book that will take you for a ride. As first I hesitated to pick it up because it was a book about Nazi Germany. But when [...]

    3. David

      What we often overlook in ourselves is our ability to justify our sins. It is just too difficult to face. Schooley explores the dark recesses of rationalization in this excellent book. A man working in a concentration camp is told to make the fires hotter. He justifies his work as actually helping the Jews because they will suffer for a shorter time. His constant struggle is not so much to do what is right, but even to know what the right is. Though it is loosely historical fictional, there are [...]

    4. Rachel Thomson

      Sascha Konig is a brilliant chemist, a Nazi, and a good man. That, at least, is what he tells himself. He is, after all, an educated, literate man, an artist, a man of faith. That he must sometimes obey unspeakable orders does not change that.Ah, but, It is times such as these that we see inside a man by what he obeys or does not obey. That is but one of the lessons Konig must grapple with inside the Nachthaus, a notorious Nazi death and torture camp inside an old forest mine in Romania, where S [...]

    5. Daphne Self

      Reading the blurb for this book does not prepare the reader. Written in first person, you quickly lose yourself in the story. You are becoming Sascha Konig. Set in the time of WWII at the height of the Third Reich, a young man, a Christian hidden under the teachings of Hilter's Youth, must battle the evilness of the Nachthaus, a secret underground cave that houses torture chambers and the oven, dubbed Dante's Inferno by Konig. Earning the name of Nebuchadnezzar, Konig strokes the fire seven time [...]

    6. Kerry Nietz

      Konig’s Fire is a work of art. From start to finish it is compelling, moving and utterly fantastic. In raw inventiveness it rivals the writings of Stephen King at his very best. (Think “The Mist” meets “Apt Pupil” with a touch of “Desperation,” both literally and figuratively.) This book has two things that most King novels do not have, though: philosophical depth and transcendent hope. I’m amazed by how well the “big themes” were blended into a narrative that is essentially [...]

    7. Richard New

      In Konig's Fire by author Marc Schooley; wow, but I'm just going to have to say it: what a strange and unusual story. It starts out oppressive and sickening right away and just gets worse. That is, until enough hints are dropped for the Christian allegory to show through the building Nazi mess. Very imaginative and not for the faint of heart. However, this reviewer found himself rooting for the main character (a Nazi chemist) and felt satisfied with the story ending. Justice served from the wo [...]

    8. Caleb Lang

      Konig's Fire is amazing. It caught my eye from the cover and the description reeled me in, I was curious and had to read it, I'm glad I did.Konig runs a Nazi furnace deep inside a mine in the forest of Romania. Dedicated to his work her serves with a passion, but when a young girl he kills in the furnace begins to haunt him he begins to question things. When nature itself rises up with an army of its own to fight against the atrocities being carried out in the mine Konig finds himself even more [...]

    9. Linda Yezak

      Schooley is someone to watch. I had a hard time putting Konig's Fire down, in spite of some writing quirks. Give him time. He's going to be a best selling author.

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