- Paperback: 146 pages
- Publisher: Christian Publishing House (July 13, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 978-1-945757-58-7
- ISBN-10: 1-945757-58-2
- Product Dimensions: 5" x 8"
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Kevin Trill struggles with the notion that he may have missed the Rapture. With nothing but the clothes on his back and a solid gold pocket watch, he sets off towards Garbor, a safe haven for those who haven’t yet taken the mark of the beast. While on his way to Garbor, he meets up with an unlikely trio who befriends him. Together, they set out towards Garbor. Unfortunately, however, they are soon faced with their first major catastrophe, which sparks debate among them as to whether or not they really are in the Great Tribulation.
On their journey, the group meets up with many people, some of them good and some of them evil. One of a kind and helpful people they meet up with is an older woman named Melody. She has a vehicle that helps the group on their way. But when another unnatural disaster strikes, those left in the group begin to believe that they have in fact missed the Rapture. And then something terrible happens: their vehicle runs out of gas. Now faced with the long road ahead and nowhere to hide in the open plains, the group begins to lose faith that they’ll make it to Garbor.
When it looks like all hope is lost, a ray of sunlight bleeds through the dark sky. A man named Clifford, who they recently met at a gas station, comes along and gives them a ride. Clifford tells how he believes they are in the end times, and that he knows the way to Garbor because he helped build it. Just when things start to improve, the group faces one final hurdle. Will Kevin and his friends all make it to Garbor safely?
Adam Gambill has previously been published by Lighthouse Christian Publishing. The name of his book is The Christian Dilemma. He is also an adjunct professor of history at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff Missouri. In April of 2012, he received the John Galloway Graduate award for outstanding academic achievement from Arkansas State University. He holds a Masters degree in History and loves to write.