But it doesn't read like a history book. Or even the Bible for that matter. Not one page mentions the word God. Or sin. Or even angels and demons. Using Hebraic terms, JC penned The Chronicles of Time with an allegorical flair. Her love of fantasy, world-building, and suspense heavily influenced her writing, and her characters are not what one would expect. Her main character, Michael the archangel, wrestles with his decision to remain loyal, constantly questions his orders, argues with his second-in-command, and struggles with vigilante tendencies.
So who is her target audience? JC hopes to reach any who have been turned away from God for whatever reason. But it’s also a book for those who simply want a suspenseful, action-packed, battle-ridden love story—which is how JC now views the Bible.