A web of conflict, both internal and external, is addressed in this intelligent and imaginative narrative.
Foreword Clarion Review, praise for Sea of Doubt.
The story follows an oddly believable path; if a company were trying to sell the world on a Messiah, this might very well be how they would do it.
Kirkus Reviews, praise for Sea of Doubt.
Jeremy Holden just may be the new Carl Hiaasen. His Sea of Doubt is witty, poignant, and hypnotic. Holden's reluctant protagonist, Mal Thomas, the reformed marketing exec, takes us on a thrill ride that combines a long-predicted Biblical event with today's digital media age. What could go wrong? Holden keeps the pages turning through the exciting, satisfying conclusion!
A.J. Tata, national best-selling author of Three Minutes to Midnight
Jeremy Holden is one of the few people with both feet in the worlds of business, politics and societal life. He has penned a story that provides a necessary look at the seamless meeting points between the commercial and the individual. Sea of Doubt reveals the mechanics of the greed and grandiosity that, in an inadvertent co-conspiracy, the players, the media, and those who merely watch, together produce our current existence. As a result, Sea of Doubt gives its readers a firmer footing from which to navigate their lives. It’s an entertaining but important read.
Dr. Bob Deutsch, author of The 5 Essentials
Sea of Doubt is a page-turner with an irresistible premise, clever plot twists, colorful characters, and a behind-the-scenes expose of how today’s modern 'Mad Men and Women' might remake the greatest story ever told into the greatest story ever sold.
Robin Koval, New York Times best-selling co-author of The Power of Nice
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