Into the End - Book #1 Rachel Parker in Into the End can IDENTIFY fear, she can DEFINE it, but she doesn't feel it. Not anymore. Not since the tests. Her inability to feel fear may be the reason why the rest of America is screaming in terror. America’s end is near. No one knows why, but the great country is under attack. After being weakened by countless natural disasters, America opens its airspace for aid. But instead, what is left of the devastated west coast finds itself nearly obliterated from above. The key may belong to tests designed by a Pacific Northwest psychologist, Rachel Parker. Rachel loses the love of her life in a house fire as they escape with their children to the nearby Rocky Mountains following the first round of air raids. In refuge, she faces her husband’s best friend, Joshua, but doesn’t want to face his ill-harbored feelings or her own inability to face fear. Her sister, Brenda, escapes the fallen city, and, mistaken for Rachel, is captured. Terrified and alone, Brenda is protected by the enigmatic Daniel even while he helps keep her captive. Through torture and mind games, Brenda discovers information about her sister’s work that could spin the free world into a tumultuous frenzy where the unknown is safer than reality.
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America is coming to an end. The problem is that no one knows why. The country has been hit by one natural disaster after another. It's decided to open up the air space for help but more just gets destroyed.
It's raining flames, stuff is burning down and no one is safe.
After Rachel escapes with her kids she loses her husband. Now she needs to figure out what is going on while dealing with her husband's brother. As well her sister gets captured during a case of mistaken identity.
This was a great story. It moved at such at fast pace that you are not left bored. I listened to this on audio and was happy that I actually enjoyed listening to it.
I am normally not and fan of audio books. The speaker was very good and read at a pace that kept me interested in the story. A must read whether it is on audio or paperback!