Times of Trouble: A Christian End Times Thriller (Book 2)

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Book 2 of The End Times Saga. Brian Atwood works for the FBI. His work involves potential cases of terrorism. Recruited to become personal bodyguard for the President. His faith as a Christian is tested daily working for the President who has no morals from what Brian can see. We follow Brian as the U.S. slowly disintegrates around hm.

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About Cliff Ball

Cliff Ball is a Christian, live in Texas, has 2 BA's, and a Technical Writing Certificate. He won 3rd in a youth magazine for a short story he wrote through Creative Writing class in high school back in 1992, called "Role Reversal."

Standalone novels/short stories:
Out of Time
Shattered Earth
Beyond the New Frontier
Dust Storm
Voyager and the Aliens
The Long Journey

The End Times Saga - Christian Fiction (started in 2012)
Times of Turmoil
Times of Trouble
Jon Ryan
Xavier Doolittle
Times of Trial
Times of Rebellion
Times of Destruction
Times of Judgment
Times of Tribulation

Author website: http://cliffball.net

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About the Series: The End Times Saga: A Christian Fiction Series
The End Times Saga consists of seven novels and two short stories separately or the seven novels in the box set.

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Reviews of Times of Trouble: A Christian End Times Thriller (Book 2) by Cliff Ball

Nancy Drew reviewed on March 26, 2013
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I enjoy reading these end times books. It was very well written. I look forward to reading more of Cliff Ball's books. Thank you.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Marilyn Velez reviewed on July 2, 2012

I enjoyed the book, and I love end times novels. I like how the author tied in current events as precursors to the end times that happened to the characters in the not-too-distant future. The book was written in first-person narrative, which is a hard point-of-view to write in. The narrator tended to come-off as a little unemotional at times, which might have been prevented had the book been written in third-person narrative.I felt some of the sequences weren't developed enough, and it was hard to understand some of the thought processes and actions of the characters because of this. I did think the sequence of events of the plot were very interesting and I would like to read more books by this author.
(reviewed 66 days after purchase)
Donna Karr reviewed on April 21, 2012
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I enjoyed this book. However, I had a hard time with the dates in the book for believability. This book was written in 2012. The author has placed the dates that the health care bill became effective in the mid 2010's & the second great depression from 2008 to 2016. I had a hard time believing all the restrictions placed by the government on the citizens. This is due to the fact the that I have "lived" thru the period of time (2008 to 2012) referred to in the book. Would have been more believable if author had used dates set farther in the future. Overall, it was a very intriguing story of the end to times and I will most likely read it again. Thank you for this book.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Okalona Zatan reviewed on March 12, 2012

I consider myself a born again Christian and I enjoyed certain parts of the book very much. Brian praying and carefully making choices and choosing to let his child live against the laws of the country was admirable.

I don't agree with stockpiling weapons to fight people who are desperate for money and supplies. I believe as Christians we are to share our resources that God has so bountifully supplied to us with others who need them to show our reliance on God's giving. This in turn may bless others.

Even though I had some difficulty with some of the actions I overall enjoyed the book. Thank you for such a thought provoking read!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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