And it’s not even the end of the world, at least not yet. A computer virus created, or manipulated by a young savant, knocks out all the computers in the world, thus taking out all technologically dependent systems in the world. People have to learn to survive in a way known by their great-great-grandparents.
Not knowing how or where the virus originated, our country’s top computer scientists work to track the problem while countries around the world blame each other for the global disaster and threaten retaliation. All the while, shadowy figures threaten and manipulate men to do their will.
This story hooked me fast. The sections of the book are told in a series of eights: the first eight hours after the catastrophe, eight days, eight weeks, and eight months. The story leads up to the coming of the antichrist in a very plausible way. It is kind of scary because it is so realistic. The main characters are shown to deal with the crisis as best they can, some relying on their faith. Others trying to come to grips with what they see happening and deciding whether to believe in God or reject Him. This is truly a great story by the authors.To read a chapter from this book--click here--or on the title above!
I received this book from Harvest House Publishers through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.