PRLog – March 3, 2015 – Midland succeeds to hold the reader continuously captured into a amazing, fact-based story about a national known myth in one of the oldest, most inscrutable and bizarre monarchies in the world as we know it: Japan.
In a vivid, immersive style, Midland forces us to take a tour in the depth of the ever hidden caverns of an entirely different world that easily can be called a unimaginable re-introduction of a nation as we never did see or ever thought about before.
Quote from Rene Boekhorst, ‘De Gelderlander’ (Royal Wegener NV):
“A novel, written by a western guy who’s able after thoroughly research to penetrate the ventrikels of Japanese culture”
Through writing this 590 pages thriller, Midland attempts to defend a highly controversial thesis which is supported by a number of scientists and rabbis that, expelled by Babylonian and Persian armies, people of the ten lost tribes of Israel reached the coast of Korea from which they finally departed around 230 BC towards Japan.
Based on his own research, the existence of at least hundred cases of similarities among the Japanese and the Israeli, the results of a recently (in 2005) performed DNA and blood research among Japanese and Jews, Midland created a fantastic matrix for a ingenious, double-barreled story about the theft of a mythical, nowadays still worshiped 2500 year old sacred relic of which the Japanese, the author claims believes it to be physical, and the search for it. According to the author, the origin of the unseen relic, a bronze mirror can be sought in ancient Israel where besides Hebrew also Aramaic, the language of Jesus Christ was spoken.
99% of the story, containing a well-balanced amount of functional violence, chasings, discoveries a la Indiana Jones in combination with intrigues plays in the southeast of Japan where the presence of shrines, temples and ancient cities altogether create a truly filmic and realistic scene where every aspect becomes justified.
If the relic is real or not, Midland was successful in his attempt to connect facts with suspense in this pleasantly written pageturner, inviting the reader to hang on to the story from beginning until the end.
Publisher: America Star Books
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