Times of Turmoil, a Christian thriller, is the third book in Cliff Ball’s End Times Saga, and it was released on Kindle on April 8, 2013. Times of Trouble was published in February, 2012, and Times of Trial was published in May, 2012.
In this prequel to Times of Trouble and Times of Trial, we learn the back story of how the Evans family gained their riches and eventually their power to influence events in the United States and elsewhere in the world. We see important events that the Evans family gets themselves involved in: such as the return of the Israelites to Israel, the assassination of President Kennedy, the Iran Hostage Affair, the terrorism of 9/11, and eventually events that leads to government tyranny in the United States all to dilute the influence of Christianity in the country.
The novel also follows the Atwood family, starting with the Great-Grandfather of Brian, Charles. We follow him as he makes his way from Normandy in World War Two to being part of the liberation of Buchenwald, the Nazi Concentration Camp, shortly near the end of the war. Charles returns to his hometown in Virginia and gets married to the love of his life, Betty. Eventually, the family ends up in Delaney, Nebraska, when Tom Atwood, the son of Charles, buys some land after returning from Vietnam. In 2001, Aaron, the father of Brian, joins the Army to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan after the terrorist attacks on 9/11. About six years before the beginning of Times of Trouble, we get to see how Brian and Lynda finally get together and get married.
Times of Turmoil is currently free to borrow for Amazon Prime Members or buy it at its normal price for $4.99. Special $.99 price for book launch until April 23, 2013. Paperback is also available.
In paperback for $10.99. ISBN: 978-1484082423
Cliff Ball was born in Arizona, currently resides in Texas, and is a born again Christian. Cliff went to the University of North Texas, where he received a BA and a Technical Writing Certificate. He has published ten novels and two short stories so far.
Visit Cliff’s website and blog at http://cliffball.net for more information about his novels.