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 terrorist, hunted down like animals and forced to choose between fight or flight.
Ambitious college student, Daniel Walker, has his world turned upside down when he begins having prophetic dreams about the judgment coming upon America for rejecting God. Through one of his dreams, Daniel learns about an imminent threat of an EMP attack which will wipe out America’s electric grid and all computerized devices, sending the country into a technological dark age.
Living in a nation where all life-sustaining systems of support are completely dependent on electricity and computers, the odds for survival are dismal. Municipal water services, retail food distribution, police, fire, EMS and all emergency services will come to a screeching halt.
If he wants to live through the most catastrophic period in American history, Daniel will have to race against time to get prepared, before the lights go out.
After a massive wave of disappearances, twenty-six-year-old CIA analyst, Everett Carroll, finally believes what he’s been told about the biblical prophecy of the rapture. But will he be able to survive the gauntlet of destruction known as the Great Tribulation? Seven seals, seven trumpets and seven vials of God’s wrath are about to be poured out upon the earth, and woe to the inhabitants thereof!
Global currencies have collapsed, famine and plague have claimed the lives of millions, and the world has crumbled into chaos. The only reason Everett and his girlfriend, Courtney, have survived the mayhem is because they were warned by John Jones, Everett’s recently deceased boss, that all of these tragedies would occur. And what’s more, through his inside knowledge at the agency, mixed with his interpretation of prophecy, Jones predicted that a world leader would ride in on a white horse to fix the ills of the planet. But who is this leader and what is his motivation for mandating the new identification implant and the global cashless currency?
Everett is surprised when he finds out that Elijah, the Messianic Jewish hermit who lives on the mountain above their retreat, did not disappear along with the rest of the Christians. When he tells Everett of a special mission that God has given him, the old prophet gives Everett more questions than answers.
Is there a secret cabal working to collapse the international economy in order to usher in a global government and one-world currency? 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 prepare for the cataclysmic period of financial and political upheaval ahead.
Watch through the eyes of Noah as the world descends into chaos, 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, by Mark Goodwin is a fast paced fiction thriller which looks at how modern conspiracies can play into Biblical prophecy concerning the end times. Buy your copy and jump into this apocalyptic adventure today!
The SOLD placard in Jo Camden’s hand spells the end of a family legacy. Without her blacksmithing shop, Jo is left with nothing more than her horse, a creek-side cabin, a pocketful of coin – and a lifetime of agonizing memories. Her only option is to tamp down her pride, and hammer out a living as the arrogant new owner’s employee.
Cullen Miles, the new owner of Camden Ironworks, never knew breaking free from city life in the Capitol would bring such chaos. What starts out as a venture to strengthen his farrier business rapidly devolves into a struggle to keep both enterprises afloat. Not only must he wrangle a fiercely independent blacksmith, but he quickly finds himself in the pursuit of her heart.
A break-in at Jo’s cabin and the news of a prison break collide, centering on the nearly forgotten legend of long-lost gold. Jagged memories of her sister’s death claw to the surface; and once again, Jo finds herself a victim of fear and anger. Amidst the hatred and animosity, can Cullen convince her that the path to peace is through forgiveness?
Can even the hardest of hearts be changed by God’s unfailing love?
Danny Walker’s survival retreat has been devastated by violence since the detonation of the EMP. A megalomaniacal warlord has stepped in to fill the vacuum of authority left by the utter collapse of society. Regent Schlusser’s designs on absolute power have already brought him to Danny’s doorstep once, leaving a trail of blood and heartbreak in his wake. Another conflict with the malicious dictator will spell certain death for the remaining members of the compound.
Danny’s only hope is to infiltrate Schlusser’s camp and bring him down from the inside. It’s a risky proposition. If he is caught, he’ll be executed as a spy, but there is no other alternative.
In this epic struggle between good and evil, Danny’s mettle will be tested, his faith will be tried, and he’ll have to dig deep for the courage to continue.
From Bestselling Christian Author John Michael Hileman comes a story of sacrificial love in a world where a virus has turned most of the human race into beautiful zombies.
My friends and I used to laugh about the zombie apocalypse, the absurdity of it. But when it came, it was nothing like the movies had portrayed. We couldn’t have had it more wrong. There was no gore. There was no blood or tearing of flesh. It was the most beautiful thing the world had ever seen, and that was what took us by surprise. We were not prepared to have our destruction lure us in like a harlot.
You see, the end did not come with a scratch or a bite. It came with a kiss.