Your will or your faith; under pressure, which will break first?
All the world's a stage and Noah Carrington has the lead. The year is 2020 and the President of United World is nearing the end of his rise when the finale begins and he realizes he doesn't like the script. The curtains are closing and he's eying an encore. With time running out, he ad libs and wages war against The Coalition; the final hurdle between him and a reign, eternal. With everything at stake, it's not a war he intends to lose...again.
At first sight, Caleb Döring is a loving husband and father to be; fiercely protective of his wife, Cristiana and their unborn child, Faith. To those bearing the brand however, he's the unassuming leader of The Coalition; a group marked for death and obsessive in their quest of a Noah-free existence. A former Special Forces operator for the Old United States, Caleb often said that he'd been to "Hell and back"...He had no idea that he'd brought Hell back with him.
When all else fails...RUN
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is Hunger Games meets the Bible! WOW, just.....wow! Which one would break first? If I'm being honest...my faith. I couldn't have done it. That's what hurt my feelings. I thought the question was just a setup for the book, but the book made me realize that I wasn't as "faithful" as I'd like to believe. Noah was ruthless, but I guess he'd have to be. And the author calling people "goldfish" really hit home. I read alot...I mean alot, and I didn't see the end coming at all. Dr. McLin is great at misdirection and I like that. I don't want a book I can figure out easily. It hit the ground running (literally) in the first chapter and after introducing the characters (spoiler alert: you will LOVE Gwen) it only picked up the pace. The writing is concise but clear and the visuals are frighteningly vivid. My husband is the history scholar in our family so I asked him to read it to check for accuracy. When he finished, he returned the book and said, "Yes, it's accurate" and walked off. The next morning, he asked me why we didn't go to church more. WOW! Do I recommend it, lol. YES! We can spend all of our time and money talking about fifty shades of crap, if we're real Christians, THIS is what we NEED to be reading. Pick it up, see what the church is afraid to talk about. Two thumbs up.
This book is terribly written. The facts are way off too. It is very disappointing.