Review: ‘A Sacred Storm’ by Dominic C. James

In this, the third and final part of ‘The Reiki Man’ trilogy, two mysterious healers appear – each claiming to be the Messiah. One Muslim and one Christian, their arrival heralds what appears to be the beginning of the world as we know it. However, all is not what it seems and it is up to Stratton, Stella and Jennings to expose the truth before humanity implodes.

In his trilogy, Dominic C James has taken his readers all over the world, from London to India, from Rome to Mecca and in between. James’s descriptions are beautiful and intricate, really conjuring up a great mental picture for the reader.

James has created a compelling trilogy which will encourage any reader to question their beliefs. Some of the narrative is rather spectacular but it is entirely believable and handled with sensitivity.

Including the mystical practice of Reiki, this trilogy combines fiction with spiritual information. This book considers the impact of power falling into the wrong hands.

It’s a compelling narrative that fans of Dan Brown will adore.

Vic x


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