Thursday, August 23, 2012

Thunder in Paradise

by Jonathan R. Cash

Whitaker House Publishers

Beauty and peace has reined for a thousand years, but Satan will soon be released and shatter their peace. Ken Action and his wife Emily, have served King Jesus since the beginning of the Millennium, but their son Solomon is struggling to choose between right and wrong. Satan has had many years to plan his revenge, and is devising new ways to fool mankind into not giving their hearts to the King.

Being a child of the Millennium, Solomon Action has never seen war or pestilence. But even in a perfect world, they have retained their free will and can decide what to do with their life. Will Solomon make the right choices, or will Satan claim his soul before the final battle is fought?

This book was not only a wonderful and enjoyable, but a book that will strengthen your faith as a believer. The word pictures were breathtaking and based on the scriptures. The story line was completely intriguing from start to finish, and I was taken in from the very first page.

The plot was something completely different than I've ever read in a end-of-days novel, and I was most impressed by the fresh new look at the possibilities of what might wait for us at the end of the world. It was a fun read, yet sobering too. A great read for believers and non-believers alike.

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