Apocalypse Coming

  • by William Dunaway, Cindy Dunaway
  • Narrated by Ben Clark
  • 13 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Part of the west coast is recovering from a series of devastating earthquakes. This caused a record drop in the stock market, and due to a national debt of 20 trillion dollars, the value of the dollar is on the edge of collapsing. At the same time, after a civil rights organization is hijacked, riots start breaking out across the country, which could lead to a new civil war. Our enemies see our weakness and know it's time to take their place as world leaders. However, they must neutralize the American command structure first.
Vince and Kim Johnson live on a farm 40 miles to the southeast of Kansas City, Missouri. After serving 17 years in the Army, due to an injury, Vince had to take a medical retirement. Now, all he thinks he has to fight is cabin fever. Little does he know that a chain of events is about to take place that will test all his training and skills. He must also learn how to balance two types of love from two different women and not let temptation consume him. Both must band together with family, inexperienced friends, plus four of the men Vince served with years earlier, to prepare for and try to survive a time unlike any in our history.
Warning: Contains adult language. This is an apocalyptic survival audiobook that the liberal far-left doesn't want you to listen to as it shows how their policies could push us into the final apocalypse. There are some references to biblical prophecy, as two of the main characters suspect that the events happening could be the beginning of the actual Tribulation. Even though this audiobook is a favorite of many, some that have hit mid-life and started to feel insecure about themselves have become offended and feel threatened by the feelings of one of the characters towards the married leader of the group. Some actually strike out with hate because the wife isn't consumed with jealousy as they would be. If storylines like this bother you, you may want to pass on this one. Contains survival knowledge.

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Apocalypse Coming: The Tears of Ephraim

I am very disappointed in this book. I'm surprised that it is included in the section where Christian books are usually found. The book is riddled with profanity; it includes scenes which if not graphically portrayed gives the reader enough verbal information to get the point across. I realize that non-christian characters often use profanity as a second language but even the 'good guys' employ the tongue liberally. I think the story of the Apocalypse can be told without using this method as a means of conveyance.
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- W.

This is one of the best I've heard

If you could sum up Apocalypse Coming in three words, what would they be?

a great book!!!!!


What did you like best about this story?

it is different than every other book in this genre. The authors make it to where you feel like you know and care for all the characters.


Have you listened to any of Ben Clark’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

He did an outstanding job!!


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

yes, I caught myself laughing, crying and worrying


Any additional comments?

One of the best I have read and gives great ideas for preparing for emergencies.It has alittle bit of everything for everyone.

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- Pamela

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-07-2017
  • Publisher: BACD Publishing LLC