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The long-awaited sequel to The Still Small Voice

Kat Jameson has just been told her job is to reach Raven Ryder, the one woman who seems to hate her. Can she convince the girl of her importance before it's too late?

Jordan Wright thought her place was with Kat, but when she begins having visions of a baby, will it send her home to see the son she gave up for adoption?

Raven Ryder's past has been anything but pretty. She has no time for God or Kat's nonsense, but when she begins having vivid nightmares and seeing black shapes, will she admit she needs the girl's help after all.

A gripping tale of the supernatural war going on around us, this book will open your eyes to the dangers we do not see. Join best-selling author Lorana Hoopes on this thrilling ride to the Tribulation and End Times by grabbing your copy today!

©2020 Lorana Hoopes (P)2020 Lorana Hoopes

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  • Faith D
  • 16-07-2020

Interesting

This book was a good follow-up to The Still Small Voice. I recommend the two books be read in order since they are closely connected. Once again I can't say I agreed with the author's take on all the details when compared to Scripture, but read as fiction I could overlook that and enjoy the story as I did with the first book.

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  • N.Ames
  • 23-04-2020

What happens at the end?

This story tells what happens at the end of time as we know it. We follow Kat’s story after the death of her friend. The story contains angels, demons and a face pace explanation of what the end may look like. Some of the characters come from the first book in this series and others are new, read as the second book, or as a stand alone. This will get you thinking and keep you listening or reading for hours.

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  • Athena Brown
  • 16-04-2020

Inspirational

This is a great second book in the series. I enjoyed listening. It is so inspiring to me to keep doing the work of our Lord.

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  • UtDesertDawn
  • 14-04-2020

Our guardian angles

Lorana did another good job reading the story. I loved how it talked about the angels and demons that are around us all the time and how we can coming to Christ 2 help us to avoid these Temptations

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  • PATRICIA
  • 14-04-2020

Suspenseful and thought provoking!

The Rapture is coming, and Lorana Hoopes sequel to The Still Small Voice has me captivated. The story continues with Kat and Jordan, each having their own voices talking to them and letting them know the next step in the journey before the rapture. It’s exciting as we see a look at what could happen, the way the darkness descends and the look at the way the world begins to change. While it’s speculative, the story’s high tension is exciting and made me take a look at my own faith. Hoopes writes fantastic characters, each with their own stories and level of faith and weaves the story leaving us waiting for the next book in the series! Narrated by herself, Hoopes brings is all alive, with each inflection and each emotion. I loved this installment to the series and am looking forward to the next one.

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