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Reviewed by Jessica Barbosa for Readers' Favorite
God's Greatest Miracle: A Tale of Two Little Angels (A Teaching Tale for Everyone, Young or Old) by Jean-Michel Polyakov, Baron du Mont Saint Germain is the first codex in the Nouseum Sagas. This children’s tale is a story within a story. A traveler is transported to an unknown country that seems to be free from poverty, sickness, and greed. An old man speaks to the traveler and tells him his heart has brought him to this place. He is introduced to the beloved Prince and Princess of the country and then given an important task: to tell the world about God’s Greatest Miracle: A Tale of Two Little Angels.
This is a children’s story that directs readers to look into their innermost selves. The traveler is invited to the beautiful Grand City in Nouseum named after the city’s inherent nature, and while there, he learns of many things. Meeting the eyes of the Prince, he experiences the pain of the world, and when he meets the Princess’s eyes, he experiences peace and joy. In this part of the tale, I could truly feel the traveler’s enlightenment as he prays to the Guardian, Messenger of True Conscience. My interest in the story was piqued when the traveler is asked to share an incredible teaching tale. God's Greatest Miracle: A Tale of Two Little Angels by Jean-Michel Polyakov, Baron du Mont Saint Germain enriches the heart and the mind with lessons we have either forgotten or have yet to learn. It is well-paced and gives off a sincere aura; you can tell from the story that this was a labor of love. This tale teaches us the importance of loving each other, standing up for what you believe in, and it also encourages the pursuit of knowledge. It is a privilege to have read such a touching tale of love and hope.