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Against a backdrop of international intrigue and intense spiritual warfare, architect Marga Jann takes us on a seat-gripping journey through a quartet of academic assignments — with much more at stake than her professorial mission. Based at Cambridge, she unwittingly finds herself embroiled in a dangerous and diplomatically sensitive battle between MI6/CIA operatives and Saudi Intelligence—a narrative she daringly recounts in this first part of a riveting trilogy.
Most people are unaware of the interconnected real and spiritual wars around us and therefore lack the tools to attain true victory in seemingly random everyday battles. In this unusually constructed, engrossing semi-autobiographical novel, Jann highlights the power of prayer in exposing and conquering the workings of darkness while sharing important contemporary socio-cultural and geopolitical insights not typically revealed in mainstream media.
Marga writes readably about a cross-cultural, professional experience in a variety of contexts. Architecture seems to allow for much more imaginative creativity than engineering. I should never have become an engineer.