Times of Trouble novel's backdrop is on the End Times and all the other events leading to it. It is like a true story as most of the character sketches, circumstances, and plots are familiar and possible to happen in real life. -- Christian Book Review
The End Times Saga - Christian Fiction
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.
Xavier Doolittle: An End Times Short Story
Xavier, another character from Times of Trouble, goes to work for the federal government and completely abandons his Christian faith, until he meets Brian Atwood.
Times of Rebellion - Book 4
A Christian young man becomes famous and rebels against everything he's been taught before the end times.
Times of Destruction - Book 5
In the first 3 1/2 years of the Tribulation, the new leader of the world has to deal with his new global economic system, Biblical sized disasters, and two Jewish witnesses who annoy the world's citizens.
Times of Judgment - Book 6
I honestly could have read this book in less than one day, but one has other domestic and financial responsibilities. It was so hard to put the book down. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sharon Lyons
Again, quite a few typos. I also saw a LOT of repeating of first book... perhaps that is done for folks that have not read the first book... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Melody Cunningham
Well I enjoyed this one over the first one. Perhaps the first one was just hard getting off the ground for me.Published 11 months ago by Carl Kerns
This a very good series, but it needs editing. Some sentences didn't make sense but I knew what the author was trying to say, not a lot but a few. Read morePublished 14 months ago by birdlady