A meteorite crashes into the Earth and sets off a chain reaction of natural catastrophes that kill the majority of the planet - plant, animal, and man. Brigos Glen has been spared, but as darkness covers the sun, the people struggle to figure out a way to survive. Then they hear a voice ask, "Would you like some help?" And our story begins.
Brigos Glen is a normal community filled with normal people. As help arrives after the destruction of most of the Earth, the people learn to trust the "Yonders" to get them power so that they can get back to a sense of normalcy. Thinking they are alone, besides the Yonders, the Brigons don't consider what is over the mountains. As time passes, greed and disagreement lead to the one Company being split into factions. The "Plan" that had been given them is discarded by many. Sam is one man trying to follow the plan, always wondering what he can do to help. As the problems persist and people forget, drastic measures are called for. This is the story of what happens when people are held to account and given another chance.
This book is an allegory meant to get Christians to look at how they act and what they do. If you have been to church and are a Christian, you will recognize the symbolism in the story. Mr. Graham wants Christians to see how they have deviated from God's plan, but that there is also a way back. It is an interesting story and I think many people will enjoy it. I received my free review copy for an honest review in the Litfuse Blog Tour.
Chuck Graham's legal career as an attorney in private practice spanned more than thirty-one years. He represented many local, national, and international clients, acquiring intricate knowledge about the often-overlapping structures of the corporate world. He also worked against those seeking to create racial division, including the Ku Klux Klan. He has served as a member of the state bar of Georgia since 1979 and an instructor to attorneys and judges through the Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE). He received the Medallion of Appreciation from ICLE.
Chuck is also a speaker and the author of Take the Stand (Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1996) and the compilations, A Year of Encouragement (Xulon Press).
In 1997 he founded Ciloa (Christ Is Lord Of All), a ministry devoted to sharing God’s encouragement with the world and teaching those who follow Him how to encourage others. Today Chuck serves as executive director and principal author of A Note of Encouragement, a weekly e-zine reaching 175 countries.
He and Beverly, his wife of thirty-four years, have lived in Lawrenceville, a suburb of Atlanta, for fourteen years. God has blessed them with three children. In his free time, Chuck enjoys backpacking and hiking (especially on the Appalachian Trail), playing the guitar, dabbling in photography, and reading extensively about the Christian faith.
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