The Help by Kathryn Stockett
The Walk by Richard Paul Evans
Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans (Sequel to The Walk)
If you read my blog regularly or at least the ones Entitled "What I've been reading" you will note that this is a second book in a series about the times approaching the end of the world. If you would like to read my review of the first book in this series click here. Joshua the main character again finds himself in hot water with the leaders of nations as he continues to develop defensive weapons on the cutting edge of science. As the US government becomes increasingly corrupt and becoming more concerned with politics and winning elections instead of protecting the citizens, he gets involved and again saves the country from another devastating nuclear blow. However this time some people are still killed despite his best efforts. Joshua's wife has gotten increasingly involved in the activities of he and other patriots that are trying to save the country despite the governments lack of interest. Ultimately Joshua finds himself in Israel as Islamic countries gather to annihilate Israel and Bible prophecies are fulfilled in fantastic but realistic enough ways to seem possible. I enjoyed this book almost as much as the first one. I only say almost because the first 50 pages or so seemed a little slow to me but then things took off like a rocket and the book ended with me wanting the next one in the series (which of course isn't out yet). So now I find myself in a couple more series waiting for the authors to write more.
Well as you can see I have been enjoying reading a lot. It is nice to have so many books available in our day and age to read and enjoy, not to mention to learn from. Keep on reading!
— Jorge Luis Borges (who was a librarian, author, professor in Argentina)