Jake’s Final Days

by W. R. Shinn



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/16/2011

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9781449716585
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9781449716578
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 188
ISBN : 9781449716561

About the Book

Thankfully, we all have the opportunity to peer into and imagine the future. As this world, at this point in time, seems to be spinning out of control, the realities of worldwide hunger, disease, inclement weather patterns, along with all of the wars, are concerns for anyone looking forward. The economic chaos makes it hard to plan, and for most of us, it makes it hard to picture what life will actually be like in ten or fifteen years. It is a huge question mark.

Jake’s Final Days presents an interesting and realistic view of how one couple decides to handle the possibilities of how our lives could end up. With dramatic and faithful romance, Jake’s final days are packed full of surprises that will create in you both laughter and tears, along with exceedingly deep feelings of joy and pain, for your reading pleasure.

“When things get a bit too crazy for Jake and his wife Rebekah, they plan and prepare to escape to a cabin located on top of a mountain in Tennessee. Although well-planned and well-stocked with provisions, Jake and his wife experience unforeseen injuries and hardships. With the Middle East in desolation, Europe, having communists fighting Muslims, and the United States overrun by drug lords … the Third World War is on Jake and Rebekah’s doorstep. Only their faith, their will, and their unbreakable bond of love could possibly pull them through. Does it? And to what?”

—Pastor Troy Lanham, Edgewater Christian
Fellowship Church, Biloxi, Mississippi

About the Author

W. R. Shinn is blessed. While growing up, he accepted Jesus. He plans on praising Jesus and writing more “Final Days” stories, hoping people will read their Bible, drawing closer to God. Shinn takes no credit, saying, “Ask anyone. I couldn’t create anything like this. It’s got to be God!”