A brilliant and exceptionally talented IT executive, Nick Gooseberry, is at his wits’ end trying to rid himself of chronic debilitating pain. In desperation he turns to The Order, a shadowy organization that promises him freedom from pain and much more. With The Order’s help behind the scenes, Nick lies and blackmails his way into the highest levels of government while plunging into the blackest corners of hell until he sets his sights on ruling the world. Sarah Johnson is a thirty-something ex-con that the system abandoned in a small town in Texas. As a dime store cashier, her biggest worries are what to eat and what to wear, but she’s always late for work. Her boss decides to get rid of her for good by sending her back to prison, enticing her with a shortcut to riches. She meets the Lord along the way and manages to escape from the authorities, but the fact that she’s pregnant attracts the attention of the Beast. After being whisked to the other side of the planet, her biggest worry becomes surviving. A Palestinian schoolboy who witnessed the death of his parents grows into a world renowned terrorist driven by his thirst for revenge on his family’s murderers. He hates Israel and their number one ally, the United States. Known by his Arabic nickname, Fanak (the Fox), he orchestrates terror on every continent never realizing that he’s a puppet of the Beast.
I had trouble getting into this book and found myself skimming quite a bit of it. Some parts of it were kind of graphic, gross and creepy. Throughout this book Richard Stone did a great job describing the sinfulness of men and the hopelessness of each person without Christ. The evil of the anti-Christians and the lengths they will go to destroy Christians. This book describes how tough it will get for Christians. Parts of the story were more interesting then others. He did a good job weaving the message of Salvation throughout the story. The message of salvation was clear.
I don’t recommend this book to everyone since it has some mature stuff in it.
I received this book from the publisher to give my honest opinion.
Purchase your copy here: Amazon