In The Days of Noah, Book Three: Perdition, the end times fall on America like a shadow of darkness, and the last days bring an onslaught of sword, famine, and plague. Biblical prophecies are fulfilled when a world leader arises to pull the nations back from the brink of disaster and usher in a new age of peace, but at what cost?
In the aftermath of the collapse, America is left to flounder while the rest of the world is rebuilt under the rule of the Global Republic. Noah Parker and his family refuse to take the pledge to the world order and are thereby excluded from the one-world economy, which functions using a cashless electronic currency. When the Global Republic finally arrives to begin rebuilding the former United States, Noah and the true Christian community are labeled as terrorists, hunted down like animals and forced to choose between fight or flight.
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Enjoyed these 3 books, it really makes you think, what if! Well truly it's a good idea to be prepared for what ever happens. Having guns, ammo , extra food, $, and a plan with an organization such as churches, book club, people that you trust, that have that same feeling something could, possibly Will happen & want to unite together when all heck takes place. Of course family is you best so stay close to your loved ones.
I really enjoyed this series, the story moves along. I am a Christian and as such I liked the premise and the development of the story. I hope this author continues the story.
In the top 10%
That it was believable
Yes - all of them. All are great
Elijah - he has a great story left to tell
Please write more books!!
I've read several Post Apocalyptic books and several post Tribulation books, but this is the first series I've had the pleasure to read which combines Christianity with the collapse of our society. It was very realistic with our times and i loved the characters!!
The three book series had me listening whenever I could. I went through it faster than I've been through a series ever before!
Once through book two, I was glad he finished three so quickly. It's hard to write a story of doom-and-gloom and still weave threads of hope within the seemingly relentless and expanding darkness. He did a great job doing just that - and while you can't expect a perfect fairy-tale ending with an end-days book, he did a good job making it real and leaving the reader with the sense that they also could survive.
Conservative Christian libertarian
Great finish with plenty of action and even a valuable tip or two. I hope the author will consider a follow-up trilogy. I'm hoping Eric and his now wife will be given the closure along with Ezeichal Goldburg. You have got to let us know how it ends!
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