6 04 2010

This is the last installment of a four-part series by Terri Blackstock. I have read all four and find them quite intriguing. The plot concerns characters forced to make decisions in a world suddenly turned upside down by an outer space phenomena that crippled all high-tech devices. Everything that had electronic chips in them were rendered useless; no electric, transportation, running water, communication, etc.. Human nature in this type of vacuum reveals itself, as well as the nature of those who profess faith in Christ. It is not a happily ever after warm and fuzzy, but an “all things work together for good” scenario. The book reads as a thriller as it addresses issues such as love, family, compassion for others, pride, murder, and salvation in Christ. I wept and rejoiced as I read. I highly recommend it not only as a good read, but as an inspiration to trust God’s sovereignty in the most desperate of times.




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