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While suffering unbearable agony at the hands of the New World Order, Rebecca's mind slips in and out of the past. During the torture inflicted upon her, she recollects why it is happening to her and what is at stake for the USA. The new fascist government has enslaved everyone who is not wealthy, sentencing them to a life of squalor, sweatshops, and war.
She remembers the prophecy taught to her by her parents that her daughter Jewell has the power within her to use the magic of the between times to gather together the power of the people and overturn the New World Order. It is for this she was born.
Rebecca is finally able to call upon the power during the between times and thus find the strength to face the ordeal that is to come.
©2016 Marta Moran Bishop (P)2016 Marta Moran Bishop
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By Amber on 12-08-16

Okay

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This was an okay book and not what I expected. The narrator did an alright job, but it could have been better.I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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By Teresa on 12-03-16

I'm Not Exactly Sure What I Just Listened To

Darkness Descends was definitely dark. I felt it kept switching back and forth from a gang rape to theory conspiracy politics. Perhaps the author was trying to portray the world in this light. I don't know. I don't think I liked it. Left shaking my head. It was a sparse story with political stuff hidden inside.

The narration didn't work well for me in this book. I think Don Colasurd Jr. had an okay voice but this wasn't the best platform for it. I'd like to hear him in something else.

"This review copy audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge via Audiobook Boom."

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