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Voice in the Wilderness (Against All Enemies) (Volume 1)

By H. L. Wegley

Description:

Gold Medal winner Reader's Favorite Awards

"A terrifyingly real political thriller!" -- Susan May Warren

What if your blog could save the nation, but posting to it might cost your life?         

As catastrophes drive the US into martial law, all eyes are on America, waiting to see what emerges. KC Banning, network specialist, discovers President Hannan's tyrannical plans and is branded a terrorist, sending her fleeing the Beltway to find her childhood soulmate and protector, Brock Daniels. Brock, a writer and man of faith, gives CPR to a dying nation through his blog, which is read by military members still loyal to the Constitution. But starting a grassroots insurgency while reconciling KC's and Brock's broken relationship proves difficult. When Hannan sends Special Forces to kill Brock and KC, starting a war in the Central Oregon desert, reconciliation, like staying alive, might be impossible.
       
Two Extraordinary people ... born for a time such as this.

Set in Washington DC and near Crooked River Ranch in the Central Oregon desert, Voice in the Wilderness, Book 1 of the Against All Enemies Series, is a political thriller, with romance, about two people who must decide if they're willing to sacrifice their lives to prevent the USA from becoming the Dystopian States of America.

Book Takeaway:

As someone made in the image of God, don't let anyone tell you you're not good enough to fulfill a desire He has placed in your heart. Remember that you can always trust God. Hard times don’t mean that He has abandoned you. The USA is in imminent danger of becoming what I call the DSA, Dystopian States of America, if we do not get back to being a nation that seeks to honor God in our laws and our practices.

Awards:

Year Title Description
2017 Gold Medal Winner Reader's Favorite Award - Christian Thriller

Why the author wrote this book:

My great grandfather was starved to death by the Bolsheviks for not giving them the crop his family needed to survive. My grandparents fled, running westward. But their infant son died in their flight to freedom. Despite their loss, when my grandmother disembarked on Ellis Island, she kissed American soil.
Like my grandparents, I love this country. And, as a veteran, seeing what is being done to America creates and ache in my gut. The qualities of our national character that made us good and great are being stripped away so fast that I hardly recognize my homeland.
I want Americans to realize how critical our situation is. So, in Voice in the Wilderness, I painted a picture of how vulnerable we are to losing this nation and how easily someone without scruples could take our country and our freedoms from us, including our freedom to worship God, freely. Also, I wanted to challenge and inspire the Millennial generation, our future leaders. In this somewhat dystopian story, the hero and heroine are Millennials, 24 and 21 years old, respectively.

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