Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story

Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story

by Cliff Ball

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Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story by Cliff Ball

Xavier Doolittle, a minor character from the novel, Times of Trouble, is the Secret Service Chief at the White House. We follow him when he first goes to college and begins abandoning the Christian life. Eventually, he begins working for the government, where they confuse him when it comes to what he believes. When the End Times approach, he discovers his attitude has been completely wrong in this short story in the End Times Saga.

Have you read the rest of the End Times Saga?

Times of Turmoil - Book 1
The Evans family sets out to destroy Christian influence in the U.S.

Times of Trouble - Book 2
The Atwood family watch as the U.S. begins to fall apart around them as the End Times approach.

Times of Trial - Book 3
When the President declares a dictatorship, he begins the immediate persecution of Christians shortly before the End Times.

Jon Ryan: An End Times Short Story
Jon Ryan has to deal with the government interfering in healthcare shortly before the End Times approach.

Timothy Phillips - Book 6
A Christian young man becomes famous shortly before the end times.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492257103
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/26/2013
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.14(d)

About the Author

Cliff Ball lives in Texas, is a Christian, has two BA's, and a Technical Writing Certificate. Visit his website at cliffball.net for information about his other novels.

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Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Angelian More than 1 year ago
A good add-on to the Times of Trouble series, but works well as a stand alone book too.  I like the short stories that provide a microscopic view of one or two of the characters in the trilogy.  It would be helpful to read the trilogy first, but not necessary.