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Rising Storm #2020

Rising Storm Economies are failing terrorist acts are becoming extreme and chaos is spreading throughout the world as signs of the times appear The chasm between good and evil is widening Now safely hidden in S

  • Title: Rising Storm
  • Author: Jessica Draper
  • ISBN: 9781591564409
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rising Storm By Jessica Draper, Economies are failing, terrorist acts are becoming extreme, and chaos is spreading throughout the world as signs of the times appear The chasm between good and evil is widening Now, safely hidden in Salt Lake City, Merry Galen feverishly works on an antidote to the MetaGen s AllSafe vaccine before this biological time bomb kills millions who can no longer afforEconomies are failing, terrorist acts are becoming extreme, and chaos is spreading throughout the world as signs of the times appear The chasm between good and evil is widening Now, safely hidden in Salt Lake City, Merry Galen feverishly works on an antidote to the MetaGen s AllSafe vaccine before this biological time bomb kills millions who can no longer afford the required booster doses.Meanwhile, her rescuers face the wrath of MetaGen officers, and the courageous Callata family is forced from their San Diego home to an area that may be even dangerous to dedicated Mormons Thousands of miles away, their missionary son also faces peril as the evil General Garza continues to seize control of a succession of Latin American countries.

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      Published :2019-05-09T15:40:55+00:00

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    1. These books take me a while to get through Not just because they are thick lol , or because of the multiple story lines, but because they are so real I read them and see similar things happening in our world today I guess I m a bury my head in the sand girl, but I REALLY don t want to think that books about the end of the world hit so close to home.I am enjoying the series The characters are easy for me to picture and they have distinct personalities There have been a few oops moments in the wri [...]

    2. Okay most of this book was boring, but the last half took a turn for interesting, and I might even go so far as to call the last 50 pages riveting The Chilean subplots are still horribly boring, and Chinedu s letters to his son are also growing in lameness The transitions from scene to scene were kind of cute at first but started to become freakishly annoying by the end of the book.However, all that said, I m still interested enough to read the third and final thank goodness volume Also, so glad [...]

    3. This book has too many characters and plot lines to keep it all straight Also the Philippines Children of Light story was left incomplete The final battle in Illinois and escape at the end was interesting, but it definitely dragged in the middle of the book I m still planning to finish the series.

    4. We listened to this one on the way back to Utah It was a little longer and we had one CD left It was funny, the kids fought over who would get to listen to it first Then they would taunt the others, You ll never guess.

    5. I like her concepts and the reality in her books I can picture the things happening For some reason I felt like parts of this one dragged on and on I had a harder time wanting to pick it up and finish it I liked the ending, but was a little let down I hope the last one is better

    6. Sequel to The Seventh Seal The story is good, but it s lost in WAY too many details This needs to lose about 200 pages If the story could be tightened, it would be great I do like the perspective though, and I imagine I will read the third one.

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