Hungry Nation: An Alarming Apocalyptic yet Patriotic Vision of America!

Hungry Nation: An Alarming Apocalyptic yet Patriotic Vision of America!

by Greg Nichols


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An edge of your seat, too real, apocalyptic fiction thriller that weaves current events with a revelation of the spiritual battle between good and evil, Hungry Nation is a relentlessly eye-opening and frightening novel. Hungry Nation's main character, Justin Brooks, does not realize that his simple life as a political science teacher and well known political columnist is about to become anything but simple. Keenly perceptive, he knows something menacing is stirring in the country but doesn't yet realize the importance of his own involvement in a national crisis that is about to change the way all Americans live. The alarming events that reveal to Justin a parallel reality between the spiritual realm and the natural realm take him to terrifying places that he thought he would never go and his life is on the line. Justin, his wife Angie, and his three bodyguards, all retired Navy Seals, find themselves at the brink of a civil war in America and caught in between revolutionary patriots and federal forces. The stand-off between angered patriotic Americans, some of who are former military, and a growing governmental socialistic and totalitarian regime, led by a leftist president, comes all too close to the current fears of Americans everywhere. Justin must rely on prayer and his faith in God for wisdom to understand the true forces at work behind what is seen with the physical eyes. This novel provides an ominous look at the evil that has made its bid to destroy America, but also of the Heavenly and angelic realm that is dispatched to come to its aid. Has America gone too far to come back to God and have one last chance to maintain freedom and rise out of the ashes?

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ISBN-13: 9781478750284
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 06/15/2015
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.82(d)

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