The worldwide disappearance of all living creatures, after the catastrophic storm, brings Kyara to the brink of despair as she and her siblings go on a miraculous journey through time. Everything changes the day of the storm. Time is lost. People are taken. And an unnatural silence settles over the land. Kyara and her three siblings seem to wake up to a normal life, but what is normal can never be normal again after that night’s storm. Not when everyone in the world disappears, except Kyara and her three siblings;the only ones left in the sacred world. As they try to find out why everyone disappeared, they come across a time machine disguised in a cell phone. They travel first to the time when Jesus is born, in hope that they can find help from Him. But in each time after, they not only become vulnerable, but they also almost give up hope; for they lose the phone in every era they visit. While they journey through time, they learn about history, and how they can change it; they learn about love, and how they can protect it; and they especially learn about faith, and how they can strengthen it.
Hated it. The premise of religion in the book bothered me as I am athiest.
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