The Heav’n Rescued Land
Book 2 in The Chronicles of CC
The takeover of America, and the war that followed, was inevitable. The conquest had taken place in the minds of the people long before the first bomb fell. Too many had been willing to let others do their thinking for them in exchange for free food, housing, and health care. They casually traded America’s unique birthright of freedom for the empty promises of government entitlements. Now, weeks after the conflagration, vast areas of the nation remain uninhabitable. Untold millions have died, and many more will perish simply because they have not prepared to survive. They will die unnecessarily because they are unnecessarily and willfully ignorant. Two kinds of people have survived. The first consists of those who sowed the seeds of disaster while feathering their own nests. The second are those forward-thinking Americans who read and responded to the handwriting on the wall. Instead of providing themselves with more comfortable life styles, they invested their limited resources to prepare for a catastrophe they prayed would never occur. Few others survived. Among those who foresaw the evil, and prepared for it, is an amnesiac who calls himself “CC.” Like other survivors, he needs protection from inclement weather, from nuclear radiation, from America’s invaders, and from other human predators. The Heav’n Rescued Land traces his desperate efforts to survive the war, discover his identity, and resist America’s invaders. The Chronicles of CC, have been described by readers as a realistic, almost-prophetic picture of what might overtake America in the near future. It’s a must-read for anyone concerned with the de-Christianization of America.
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By Laura L Hope on August 1, 2014
5 Stars, The Excitement Continues!
What’s there to say but it is a good story with interesting characters and development. It leaves me wondering just how things will continue to unfold.
This book ends with a “cliffhanger.” So am thankful the third book is now available which I am grabbing right now!
By cp on March 10, 2014
By Helen R. Allison on February 3, 2014