World at War
David T. Maddox, Larry Williams
For readers who love The Last Jihad by Joel C. Rosenberg
The stage is set for war. Highly orchestrated plans are put into motion to inflict terror across the country-plans to use America's trucking and shipping infrastructure to destroy the fabric of our society while involving Russia to neutralize America's nuclear threat. Israel is being attacked even as moderate Arab leaders are assassinated to create a fundamentalist Middle East.
If the plan succeeds, America would be left without refinery capacity, electricity, and water purification in a single day.
Who will lead a bitterly divided country and just what role-if any-does the United States play in history's last days?
Extrapolating from historical research and forecasting into the future, those questions are answered as the president discovers what his nation faces. It doesn't seem there are any good options and that deliverance is impossible. But we live in a world that is far beyond what we can see.
In this conclusion to the Curtain Series, the spiritual battle lines are drawn between the forces of the light and the darkness. As the immediacy and dimensions of the threat become known in the physical world, there seem to be no good options and deliverance seems impossible, but President Strong calls America to stand before God before it faces its enemies.