On the eve of the inauguration, Kent Davidson and the members of his Sunday-school class realize their concerns about the future of America are very real possibilities. They expect the reckless actions of the federal government to bring about a collapse of the country's economic and social structure. Likewise, they believe the direction in which the country is going will embolden the terrorists to resume attacks on U.S. soil.
When Kent takes action to protect his family from the impending chaos, his friends are intrigued. Many view him as a right-wing enthusiast, especially former classmate Senator Bailey Beauregard Bates, but a few join in with Kent's plan to Escape to Haven.
After the federal government approves a one-time tax on all financial assets, a run on the banks enhances the need for the self-sustaining community of Haven. Friends and former skeptics flock to Kent's door. Unfortunately, Kent and the residents of Haven soon find that being a self-sustaining community doesn't mean being commended, especially when you've defied the odds and beat the system. Will Kent be able to ward off the attacks of local thugs, the IRS, terrorists, and the ultimate culprit—B. B. Bates?
Join new author Robert N. Gable in his first novel, Escape to Haven, a political thriller about the importance of relying on our faith in times of political and economic turmoil.
©2010 Robert N. Gable (P)2010 Tate
When I listened to the sample of this book it was terrible but the story sound interesting so I bought it. I figured it had to be better than it sounded. I was wrong!. First, this is a very poorly written book...one of the worst I have heard. Was there no editor? It really is a shame because it could have been good. But even if it had been a well written book, the narration is beyond bad! I really tried to listen to it. I gave it several chances. Now I'm just kicking myself...HARD...for wasteing my hard earned money on this. If you are considering this one, don't bother!
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