Irish Blue is a book series based upon the notion that sediment flowed out of the Garden of Eden in rivers, into the rest of the world where it formed into Irish Blue stone, and carried with it, the recorded Voice of God.
The books explore the differences between religion and faith, as a cast of mainly loveable characters try to protect and / or exploit the Irish Blue stones.
The story line follows Erin McBride and Father Michael as they try to protect a group of chapels from collectors and relic hunters.
IRISH BLUE 1, 2, and 3: In the first three books, Erin and her uncle, Father Michael, search for and find seven chapels, which represent the sevens in scripture and in the world. The chapels are constructed of "Thee Irish Blue Stone" and they sing to one another, like tuning forks, on behalf of the interests of heaven, in which they call the world to live in unity.
IRISH BLUE 4: The hunt for Irish Blue Stone continues but this time it is about the “chair" that Erin and Father Michael found in the seventh chapel. The Irish Blue Stone Chair provides unlimited power to anyone who sits in it, but it exacts the price of death to anyone who misuses the power. The Irish Blue stone “chair" has a profound destiny, and while Erin and Michael would rather watch from afar, they are pulled into its world and its adventures. They are suddenly pulled from their day to day lives and thrust into fulfilling the purpose of the chair, which is to provide the rulers of the earth, a chance to make heavenly decrees.
IRISH BLUE 5: The story follows Erin as she unwittingly becomes involved in politics. Erin and the world of espionage become tangled together in a contest for the control of the remaining 7 Irish Blue Stone Chairs.
IRISH BLUE 6: Coming Soon: Erin finally shares the Conversations from the Garden of Eden that were recorded from the Irish Blue Stones. Follow Erin as she reveals the nature of God in unexpected ways.
DISCLAIMER: Note that the IRISH BLUE book series is categorized as fiction in that the characters and their adventures are fiction, and the names of people and places are made up and do not represent any real life characters or places, with the exception of the names of major cities and countries which are used only to give geographical references. Neither are the books meant to imply any contradictions or additions to the scriptures of the Old and New Testament.
COPYRIGHT: The IRISH BLUE book series is copyrighted in print and electronic form.