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Wolves in the Night: Wrath & Righteousness: Episode Seven
     

Wolves in the Night: Wrath & Righteousness: Episode Seven

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by Chris Stewart
 
“It really grips you….I lost a lot of sleep reading it.” –Tim LaHaye, co-author of the LEFT BEHIND series

FROM THE ASHES…
“For more than a hundred years, New York City had it all. Pulse. Action. Demands and rewards. The city was as animated as any living thing: breathing, growing, exerting an

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“It really grips you….I lost a lot of sleep reading it.” –Tim LaHaye, co-author of the LEFT BEHIND series

FROM THE ASHES…
“For more than a hundred years, New York City had it all. Pulse. Action. Demands and rewards. The city was as animated as any living thing: breathing, growing, exerting an undeniable force, never sleeping, always moving. More than a hundred years to reign. But only two weeks to transform into a quivering muddle of death.”

Five days ago an EMP attack brought the most technologically advanced country on Earth to its knees. Cars were useless. Phones were dead. Electricity was only a memory. “It really grips you….I lost a lot of sleep reading it.” –Tim LaHaye, co-author of the LEFT BEHIND series

FROM THE ASHES…
“For more than a hundred years, New York City had it all. Pulse. Action. Demands and rewards. The city was as animated as any living thing: breathing, growing, exerting an undeniable force, never sleeping, always moving. More than a hundred years to reign. But only two weeks to transform into a quivering muddle of death.”

Five days ago an EMP attack brought the most technologically advanced country on Earth to its knees. Cars were useless. Phones were dead. Electricity was only a memory.

Those who survived the initial assault now faced an even more desperate situation: mobs of angry, violent people with nothing to do. No food, water or medicine. Evil spreading through the masses as though it were an infectious disease.

As Americans struggle to survive, so does the country itself. With the President and Vice President killed in the attack, the line of succession itself becomes a target—creating a power vacuum in Washington and leaving the country vulnerable to final, devastating attack.

Against the backdrop of torn-from-the-headlines Middle Eastern drama, the Wrath & Righteousness series is a fast-paced thriller that explores man’s role in the eternal battle between good and evil.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985461973
Publisher:
Mercury Ink
Publication date:
01/14/2013
Series:
Wrath & Righteousness , #7
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
131
Sales rank:
420,648
File size:
307 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Stewart is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including The Miracle of Freedom, as well as a world-record-setting Air Force pilot (fastest nonstop flight around the world).

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Wolves in the Night: Wrath & Righteousness: Episode Seven 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed the series. This episode however has become preachy. I don't mind Christian themes. But now it's getting a bit hokey. All of a sudden everyone is "very" Religious. There was no gradual transition. Now they hear voices, see visions and heal people. It was an abrupt change from how they were at the beginning. It doesn't seem plausible. It could have been presented in a more realistic way to better blend in with the plot. It now sounds like a sermon with the plot taking a back seat.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoying this eBook series. Quick reads, but so much thought in it. I would highly recommend this series and cannot wait until the next one is out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good character development, intriguing plot with Christian themes throughout and no foul language- chillingly feasible end times scenarios - only downside is having to read it in 150 page segments over long periods of time