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Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) summary Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) , series Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) , book Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) , pdf Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) , Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1) 4db49aee7d Is There A Secret Cabal Working To Collapse The International Economy In Order To Usher In A Global Government And One World Currency Noah Parker, Like Many In The United States, Has Been Asleep At The Wheel During His Complacency, The Founding Precepts Of America Have Been Slowly, Systematically Destroyed By A Conspiracy That Dates Back Hundreds Of Years The Signs Can No Longer Be Ignored And Noah Is Forced To Prepare For The Cataclysmic Period Of Financial And Political Upheaval Ahead Watch Through The Eyes Of Noah As The World Descends Into Chaos, A Global Empire Takes Shape, Ancient Writings Are Fulfilled And The Last Days Fall Upon The Once Great, United States Of America The Days Of Noah, Book One Conspiracy, By Mark Goodwin Is A Fast Paced Fiction Thriller Which Looks At How Modern Conspiracies Can Play Into Biblical Prophecy Concerning The End Times

10 thoughts on “Conspiracy (The Days of Noah, #1)

  1. says:

    This one is a Christian fiction book about a conspiracy to collapse the economy and the gradual erosion of our freedoms in order to bring about a one world monetary system and world government The author did a fantastic job in applying current events happening in our world today and putting them down in a way as to seem very plausible and also easy to understand Many of the things he talks about is happening right now and it is very sobering.I was very impressed with this book and I am on to book 2 in the series.

  2. says:

    I ve seen some reviewers complaining about conspiracy theories playing in to the book, which I find a little confusing Granted, if you go in viewing this as an author telling you how the world actually works, I suppose I wouldn t agree with some of it It s a book of fiction though, and to hold it to the standard of verifiable fact seems stringent at best If this was a work of non fiction, and the author was saying everything in the book was true, I would disagree, but in the world of fiction it s an engaging and creative book.

  3. says:

    Can t shed the feeling this is, in part, a christian promo propaganda is perhaps too strong a word.Constant citing of the Bible by the characters is irritating as fuck, but it has its place in the context of the story Just not sure it had to be so much of the fucking citation The rest of the book is so good and interesting it still doesn t manage to fall bellow 5 stars I believe that is saying something.

  4. says:

    Great bookThe author really developed the characters you could see them in your mind Some great prepper tools used to help keep you alive This books keeps you on the edge of your seat definitely a page turner

  5. says:

    A lot of fillerEnjoyed the main plot and characters Seeing scripture was refreshing Terrible ending Lots of filler with too much detail regarding stocks for my liking Won t be reading the next one.

  6. says:

    This is the first book in The Days of Noah series Although told as a story, this book mirrors the reality of how rights and freedoms are being eroded every day Not only are those rights and freedoms being diminished, but it isn t happening by accident Rather it s part of an orchestrated plan being executed by a small group of powerful global elitists.While I am really enjoying this book, it is sometimes hard to read as I am troubled by the parallels it draws to the impact of the liberal insanity we see overriding common sense everyday.I highly recommend this book as a source of entertainment and importantly as a wake up call to sheeple.

  7. says:

    This book is a fun read and very engaging Despite being a fictional tale there is enough true events and realistic scenarios to make this book feel like a new story than fiction I can t wait to see what comes next 5 Stars

  8. says:

    Actual rating 3.5 stars

  9. says:

    This book offered a great story line, but it was just so chock full of filler that I found myself skimming over the factual background information and overdone inner thoughts, many of which could have been deducted by the reader Many times throughout this book, Noah is watching the news, Fox and Friends, and the author essentially types out the entire news script It is information and acronym overload, and I think allowing the reader to arrive at conclusions and assumptions without spelling everything out would have been a enjoyable read This author is a brilliant man and although I am skimming through filler, it is possible I will go on to read the second in the series, and if the same issues exist, I will move on.

  10. says:

    Reality or fiction I ve been a fan of Mark s podcast for some time now so naturally had to read his books Mark crammed an incredible amount of information in this book and though it s technically fiction so much of it is straight up truth Some places I take issue are the ever so slight pushing of tithing and the pretribulation rapture Both are heresies in my book Aside from that the writing style is very easy to follow An easy one day read or draw it out a chapter at a time.

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