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As tribulation engulfs the world, Grace Winslow does her best to prepare for the inevitable persecution. When she gets word that government agents are coming for the remaining Christians, she’s ready to run. Or so she thought.

Grace flees to the mountains with her aunt, intending to join a small group of Christians who would face imprisonment or death at home. But as troubles grow into conflicts, living with strangers in a survival crisis proves far more difficult than she’d imagined.

The newest member of the group, Maxwell Flynn, finds himself both captivated and repelled by Grace. But he doesn’t have time to give her much thought - he’s focused on protecting his little brother, an unusual boy with a devotion to God...and a strong tendency toward accidents.

Their daring escape is full of perils. Will the new group be captured or succumb to the wilderness? Can they find a way to carve out a tenuous existence in the dangerous new world?

Saints is the first book in the suspense-filled, post-apocalyptic Tribulation series. Like all books by Jamie Lee Grey, this is a faith-based, clean listen. Join the adventure today!

©2021 Jamie Lee Grey (P)2021 Jamie Lee Grey

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Great Book

This was a good book for young adult readers. I will read the sequels. it is good to have authors like this uphold solid Christian values.

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Wonderful narration

Story is a bit predictable and the characters could be better developed. A bit of dry humour might spice things up.
I like the idea that Max hates killing for food. Of course dire necessity requires the slaughter of creatures. It helps that they are predators killed in self defence! As you can gather I love animals.

I also like the gentle Grace, so unlike the horrible feminist freedom fighting tough girls, damaged beyond belief, not at all likeable. Grace is lovely and honest, as well as non contentious. This is so refreshing. I work with teens. Girls nowadays are so self-centred and downright nasty. Girls and women fighting with men and boys, and just being generally dismissive of masculine strengths and charms, really wears me down. I think a quiet reflective soul that avoids all contention is beautiful. Of course when necessary even heroes need to fight for truth and morality. I am looking forward to hearing the next book in the series.

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Nice Apocalyptic book

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enjoyable story; well narrated, pleasant voice.

enjoyable story; well narrated, pleasant voice. I am ordering next in the series to find out what happens to these wonderful Christians.

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Living Matt24 and Matt10

Leonor Woodworth's calm demeanor during the reading sometimes dipped into the slow singsong that leads to boredom, but was mostly on point.

Finally, we have a story of believers who follow YaHshua's instructions in Matt24 and Matt10 to flee to the mountains. Refreshing to not have constant long-winded and often whiny-preachy references to the rapture. The believers have prepared to a certain extent. Pastor is an EMT. Max Flynn is a hard working, loving big brother to young Joel, a savant. Max is also a mountain man who read books and practiced living off the grid. Grace Winslow and her aunt Jenny lived on a working farm, caring for livestock, planting food from seedlings and using herbs for health. There's specific villains, love interests, lots of action and people no one is quite sure of in regards to their legitimate commitment. Excited to read the next 2.