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A hidden conspiracy. A shadow government. The CIA analyst who uncovers it all.

In an off-site CIA facility outside of Langley, rookie analyst Everett Carroll discovers he’s not being told the whole truth. He’s instructed to disregard troubling information uncovered by his research. Everett ignores his directive and keeps digging. What he finds goes against everything he’s been taught to believe. Unfortunately, his curiosity doesn’t escape the attention of his superiors, and it may cost him his life.

Meanwhile, Tennessee public school teacher Noah Parker, like many in the United States, has been asleep at the wheel. During his complacency, the founding precepts of America have been systematically destroyed by a conspiracy that dates back hundreds of years.

Cassandra Parker, Noah’s wife, has diligently followed end-times prophecy and the shifting tide against freedom in America. Noah has tried to avoid the subject, but when charges are filed against him for deviating from the approved curriculum in his school, he quickly understands the seriousness of the situation. 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 Parker and Everett Carroll 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 series by Mark Goodwin is a fast-paced fiction thriller, which looks at how modern conspiracies could play into Biblical prophecy concerning the end times. Buy your copy, and jump into this near-future, post-apocalyptic adventure today!

This is the complete three-book box set: book one: Conspiracy, book two: Persecution, and book three: Perdition.

©2018 Goodwin America Corp (P)2018 Goodwin America Corp

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Not bad, great if you're a christian.

It started off pretty interesting with some conspiracy and interesting ideas but by the end, the Christian propaganda got real heavy and it became less and less interesting, I suppose I should have expected it from the title but it was too much for my tastes.

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This book is Unbelievably Bad

Boring load of rubbish not worth listening to give it a miss save your money.

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A great trilogy

I found this completely unexpectedly. I searched for 'inspiring' books and this was in the list. As a Christian i thoroughly enjoyed it, it was gripping and scary to realise how quickly life can be turned on its head and how important my faith is.
Whether you're a Christian or not this is a great trilogy & i would recommend it

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  • Christopher Van Horn
  • 11-11-18

Awesome book!

I was concerned in the first chapter or so as I'm not a big conspiracy guy, but glad I pushed through. Found it inspirational and entertaining. I plan on listening to more from this author. Thanks

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  • Karen
  • 08-07-19

Wondering Where Faith and Christ Fit In?

I got through the first book, thinking...okay they got the groundwork done. The repeated discussions regarding weapons and ammunition made it very clear that these Christians would be relying heavily on their own ability to battle the bad guys. For just any survival story, I get it, but Revelation? The fixation of the weapons and ammo made me feel very uncomfortable as a possible surviving Christian when it continued into the next book. It is as if the characters do not grasp that the weapons are death and lost souls. Where is the faith in God? Where is the concern to witness to the lost? The opportunity to be a witness and be a disciple for Christ is coming to an end. Shouldn't trying to reach others be your focus? The focus is about the financial fall and building a army. Do they understand that they cannot change the outcome? That they are fighting against what God ordained in Revelation? It's sad when a supposedly biblical based story leaves out the essence of the message. Examples: remake of Left Behind, recent Noah and Exodus: Kiings and Gods. This author left me feeling the same way as these movies.

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  • Matthew Lott
  • 18-11-18

A++

I don't know what "it" is. But this book has "it". I was enthralled the entire time. I will be getting the days of Elijah asap.

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  • Kent E. Rice
  • 30-06-20

I almost stopped listening

there is two groups people who scare me, the ultra left wing and the ultra right wing.

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  • Dr. Joe de Beauchamp
  • 19-06-20

Noah

this is a very interesting book. it harkens back to the days of the monkey trials in 1925 when Scopes was put on trial. This is an interesting twist because the teacher was was teaching creation theory. As with Mark Goodwin's other books, he starts of each chapter with a scripture, there's no bad language in his books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-02-19

It's worth the time and money!

Mark Goodwin does an excellent job laying out the future we will be facing as Christian's from multiple perspectives. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in prepping, christianity and cognizant of where the world is heading.

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  • Fire Dad ^7
  • 28-02-19

Excellent story, you need to listen to this!

This is a realistic and plausible look at what our country may be facing in the years to come, it is frightening and fascinating at the same time.

This is worth the read and is an interesting interpretation of how the end times could start to play out.

5 Stars!

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  • Santana Martin
  • 08-01-19

AWESOME!!!

I get so enraptured with this author & narrator alone... this was an AMAZING series that got my attention & kept it the entire time. it really makes you think and puts things into perspective.

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  • Rob
  • 08-01-19

I liked it

Being a Christian, I found it to be a listen. Good story line characters were believable and relatable. I can’t wait for the next set

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  • juan armenta
  • 21-07-20

I loved it.

I was blown away by this novel. Very good info too. Makes you think. Performance: Excellent! Story: Excellent! Overall: Get it.

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