Last Light

Last Light

Book - 2005
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Today, the world as you know it will end. No need to turn off the lights. Your car suddenly stalls and won't restart. You can't call for help because your cell phone is dead. Everyone around you is having the same problem ...and it's just the tip of the iceberg. Your city is in a blackout. Communication is cut off. Hospital equipment won't operate. And airplanes are falling from the sky. Is it a terrorist attack ...or something far worse? In the face of a crisis that sweeps an entire high-tech planet back to the age before electricity, your family faces a choice. Will you hoard your possessions to survive-or trust God to provide as you offer your resources and your hearts to others? Yesterday's world is gone. Now all you've got is your family and community. You stand or fall together. Like never before, you must rely on each other. But one of you is a killer. No.1 bestselling suspense author Terri Blackstock weaves a masterful what-if novel in which global catastrophe reveals the darkness in human hearts-and lights the way to restoration for a selfcentered world. Last Light is the first book in an exciting new series.
Publisher: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, c2005
ISBN: 9780310257677
0310257670
Branch Call Number: FIC Black 6939
Characteristics: 381 p. --

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iluvbooks63
Sep 07, 2017

This is a great first book to this series-it really makes you think "what would I do" in this situation!! I really liked the fact how she worked in relying on God, who gives you what you need at the time...

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cardinal
Jan 19, 2014

Fiction

Story of a family struggling to survive from a natural disaster. I enjoyed this book enough to read it again.

hapiatlast Nov 27, 2011

I read this book just prior to and during hurricane Irene. It made me think about how ill prepared I was for disaster and I immediately ran out and purchased bottled water. LOL.

Seriously, as Christian fiction, it did little for me and I was unmoved. I found the book to be lacking in any true and lasting Christian message. It didn't help that most of the main characters were totally unlikeable, particularly the daughter.

I read the book as part of my Christian fiction book club. While several of the members expresses positive opinions regarding the offering, I was left cold.

Would not recommend.

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