In The Valley Of Nineveh by L. Steven Rencher
(: Book One - The First Week)

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What would you do if a sudden, catastrophic event occurred that caused you to be separated from your family? Under a declared state of martial law, and with no electricity, transportation, and means of communication available to you--how on earth would you get back home? This is the dilemma facing Trent and Nora Hayes.

Trent Hayes, a successful restaurateur in upstate New York, has just droppedNora, his attorney wife off in front of her office building on Wall Street. By midday, he's on the expressway heading home. At the same time, his wife is in the middle of a conference room deposition. Back at their upstate home, their three children are sitting poolside enjoying the afternoon sun. Though separated by many miles, the entire family is suddenly startled upon hearing a distant explosion. Minutes later, a powerful earthquake lifts the ground beneath them all, followed soon after by a 150 mph windstorm. Unbeknownst to them, a two-and-a-half mile asteroid has just struck off the coast of New Jersey, thrusting them all into the second judgment of the Great Tribulation. The effects of the impact completely devastate New York City and the surrounding area for several hundred miles. Trent's upstate home is caught in the aftermath. Unable to contact each other and their children, He and Nora must find a way home in the face of an apocalyptic landscape rife with hazards and dangerous alliances. Meanwhile, their children have chosen to remain in their deserted neighborhood, surviving without electricity in their battered home, and facing numerous perils as they wait in the hope that their parents will return.

Countless trials, and dangers await the Hayes family as they fight to survive amidst a government now under the influence of the anti-Christ. In a world gone mad, what will they discover at the end of their journey? IN THE VALLEY OF NINEVEH: THE FIRST WEEK is an end-times adventure with enough twists and turns to leave you wanting more. And true-to-life dilemmas that force the reader to ask...what would I do?

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Published February 16, 2012 by Frayer and Williams Publishing. 266 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A family struggles to survive the week after a giant asteroid crashes into the sea off the coast of New Jersey.

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