Could we be living in a time of which there is more prophetic writings than of any period in history? Noah Parker, like many in the United States, has been asleep at the wheel. During his complacency, the founding precepts of America have been slowly, systematically destroyed by a conspiracy that dates back hundreds of years. The signs can no longer be ignored and Noah is forced to pull his head out of the sand and see things for what they really are. Has his awakening come too late or can he and those around him reclaim the freedoms and principles which have been lost? Watch through the eyes of Noah Parker and his family as a global empire takes shape, ancient writings are fulfilled and the last days fall upon the once great, United States of America. The Days of Noah, Book One: Conspiracy is a fast paced fiction thriller which looks at how modern conspiracies might play into Biblical prophecy about the end times.
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Love a good book!
Get yourself ready. Loved the book and appreciate the characters. They all seem like someone I would like to meet. Just plain old committed folk who love God and love this country.
this is a must read in today's world where society is going in the direction we never thought it would this is a bright eye opener to the future ahead.
eeverything in the book.
Loved it! Makes me want to go back to church again! Great story line. If you do not like religious story lines move along to another book! Worth ever penny.
Thanks again Mark !!!!!
if you like 299 days and going home series or on second after this is the book for you
Pretty good book that lays out some food for thought about end of the world type of situations.
Although it's a Christian book, it doesn't get too Pollyanna-ish. Non-Christians could read it and enjoy it nonetheless, but those with an anti-Christian bias wouldn't like it.
Tangential, eclectic, avid listener... favorite book is the one currently in ear.
I agree with one reviewer, if you can get past the first over the top conspiracy part it does improve. The authors views and mine are way different, but I found some of his premises worth the listen. He uses quotes at the beginning of each chapter, often from the Bible or political leaders... some were actually quite good thoughts, but it did chop up the flow of the novel.
Like Glen Tate, Mark Goodwin is also a conservative, Christian prepper podcaster with a following. I am not really finding planted reviews here, except perhaps from the Glen Tate followers bad mouthing it. This book is much more readable (not literature but OK for prepper book). The purpose of this first book seems to parallel what the 1st book of 299 Days attempted to do. There is no actual crisis in this book... just the set up for it, introduction of the main characters situations and some gold/gun/food buying. Language is clean, no violence in this part...
There is enough potential here that I will purchase the next book when it comes out supposedly this spring and give it a chance, although it feels like this might be another ongoing segmented series like A. American's "Going Home."
I guess I am old fashioned, but I still love books like "Alas Babylon," "One Second After," "Jakarta Pandemic," "5 Days at Memorial," "77 Days," "Equipping Modern Patriots," "The Road,'" "The Postman," "Cyberstorm," and even "Swan Song" or "Disaster Diaries..." EOTWAWKI books that are complete in one reading.
"Loved the reading"
The reading on this book was great, wish there was a little more pace on the story but enjoyed the characters and just waiting for stuff to hit the fans
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