Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Valley of Dry Bones: A Novel (End Times) by Jerry B. Jenkins

The Valley of Dry Bones: A Novel (End Times) by Jerry B. Jenkins

In The Valley of the Dry Bones, Jerry B. Jenkins overlays the ancient End Times prophecies of Ezekiel onto the landscape of modern California. After a 17-year drought, multiple earthquakes, and uncontrollable wildfires, the state is desolate. The United States President declares the state uninhabitable and irreparable, directing California's 39 million citizens to relocate. From the air, California looks like a vast abandoned sand box, but to a few groups of people, it's their home. With less than 1% of the population remaining in California at their own risk, the holdouts encounter a clash of cultures, ethnicities, religions, and politics that pits friend against friend with the future of California at stake.

About the Author

Jerry B. Jenkins's novels have sold more than 70 million copies. Twenty of his books have reached the New York TimesUSA TodayPublisher's Weekly, and Wall Street Journalbest-seller lists. The phenomenally best-selling Left Behind series inspired a movie starring Nicholas Cage. Jenkins has been featured on the cover of Newsweek and his writing has appeared in TimeGuideposts, and dozens of other periodicals. He and his wife, Dianna, have three grown children and live in Colorado.
Product Details
Series: End Times
Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Worthy Publishing (May 31, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1617950084
ISBN-13: 978-1617950087

My Review
The Valley of Dry Bones: A Novel (End Times) by Jerry B. Jenkins is a Christian Fiction book about a 17 year long drought in California that forces the President to order California evacuated. There are about 1% of the population that remain and the story focuses on them and The Holdouts who feel it is their duty to stay to minister the people. If found this book to be a very interesting read. As a psychology student I found the mix of cultures, ethnicities, religions, and political elements involved in the book to be very interesting. Even though the book is fiction it read like something that really could happen though I would hope and pray that a drought of this nature never occurs. I personally would recommend this book to all Christians looking for an interesting fictional book that will really pull them in. I was provided with a free copy of this novel for only my honest and unbiased review. 

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