Monday, May 16, 2016

The Invisible Emperor Arnold von Cornova Review

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Intense mystery, thriller filled with historical references that takes the reader through four generations of a particular family.

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Long ago, a secret society known as the Order of the Dragon, possessed abilities and ancient knowledge. Hungarian King and Holy Roman Emperor, Sigismund of Luxemburg, appointed the Alsani family to serve the order for generations. For centuries, the order has fought behind the scenes for the good of mankind.

Near the end of the second World War, Hitler and the Nazis were desperate to find Roman Emperor Nero’s Storm Crown. Believed to have supernatural powers, it would have ensured his victory. However, Janos Alsani, a descendant of the order managed to smuggle the crown out of reach. In retribution, a Nazi agent in Manhattan killed Janos in front of his 11 year old son.

Two generations later, US Marine Arnsel Alsani, unaware of his family history, is wounded in the Yugoslavian war. Nearing death, a stranger appears and saves his life. But how? When no doctor could?

Arnsel discovers that he has an uncle with a plan to take over and rule the world. As the last descendant of the Order of the Dragon, this marine must battle against the underworld’s forces, defeat his uncle, and avenge his grandfather’s death.

But first, he must finish his studies in the Fortress of Monsteinfeld in Austria to acquire his family’s spiritual wisdom and invulnerability.

Anybody who engages the underworld’s forces ought to have an aide. But things become a little more interesting when this particular helper is a beautiful reincarnation of Maria Orsich, the famous medium of the Nazi Third Reich.

Armageddon will not be fought in this physical dimension. Follow Arnsel Alsani into battle to save us all. 


The Invisible Emperor is a wonderful book for anyone interested in learning about the secret society known as the Order of the Dragon. The book is very informative.

It was a super easy read and very interesting. I definitely recommend this book to my followers, especially anyone interested in history!

Overall, I like this book.

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars !!


A big THANK YOU to Arnold von Cornova for providing me with a free  The Invisible Emperor to review.  I was not compensated for this review. I receive product(s) for free so that I can provide my insight and experience. These are my honest opinions. Your experience may vary. 



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