Endangered: An End-Time Political Novel

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It's 2050, and Dallas, Texas, is the most stable ground in North America.
Following natural disasters, blistering solar radiation, and political policies that ignore citizens' rights, people need and want change and stability. With the appointment of Commandant Vincent Roman Allemande and his second-in-command, Marcia Beaudinot, one-world government will soon be realized. But peace and unity prove elusive.

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Overview

It's 2050, and Dallas, Texas, is the most stable ground in North America.
Following natural disasters, blistering solar radiation, and political policies that ignore citizens' rights, people need and want change and stability. With the appointment of Commandant Vincent Roman Allemande and his second-in-command, Marcia Beaudinot, one-world government will soon be realized. But peace and unity prove elusive.

The pair realizes that humans are in more despair than ever as weather,
wars, religion, and politics continue to twist and change the human condition. Particularly contentious is the decision to locate armaments on the Mount of Megiddo, which has already witnessed the struggles of
Assyrians, Canaanites, Egyptians, Greeks, Israelites, Persians, Philistines,
and Romans. Vincent and Marcia become acutely aware that Megiddo is biblically prophesized as the gathering place for Armageddon.

Debates and conflicts over the ills that continue to beset society escalate,
and many believe the rapture is coming. World leaders must prepare for it.
As false religion evolves and emerges, God plans his overthrow of all governments. The intervention has begun.

Endangered provides plentiful food for thought regarding the future of our existence in the context of our current political and geophysical climate.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595474790
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/13/2008
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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