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The Days of Noah, Book Three: Perdition (Volume 3) Paperback – September 3, 2015
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About the Author
Mark Goodwin is a Christian constitutional author and the host of the popular Prepper Recon Podcast which interviews patriots, preppers, and economists each week on PrepperRecon.com to help people prepare for the coming storm. Mark holds a degree in accounting and monitors macro-economic conditions to stay up-to-date with the ongoing global meltdown. He is an avid student of the Holy Bible and spends several hours every week devoted to the study of Scripture and the prophecies contained therein. The troubling trends in the moral, social, political, and financial landscapes have prompted Mark to conduct extensive research within the arena of preparedness. He weaves his knowledge of biblical prophecy, economics, politics, prepping, and survival into an action-packed tapestry of post-apocalyptic fiction. Having been a sinner saved by grace himself, the story of redemption is a prominent theme in all of Mark’s writings. “He brought me up also out of an horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings.” Psalm 40:2
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Edit note: I've seen some reviewers complaining about conspiracy theories playing in to the book, which I find a little confusing. Granted, if you go in viewing this as an author telling you how the world actually works, I suppose I wouldn't agree with some of it. It's a book of fiction though, and to hold it to the standard of verifiable fact seems stringent at best. If this was a work of non-fiction, and the author was saying everything in the book was true, I would disagree, but in the world of fiction it's an engaging and creative book.
I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in end time events and preppers whether you are a believer in Christ (as I am) or have not decided what you believe! Read it!