This seems to start as a true story—a prison conversion results in a call to Mongolia. He has seven years in prison to learn the language and the culture. His plans are spiritually solid. He leaves to go over there and the troubles begin.
Dystopian survivalism on the edge of war
The result reads like a true story plus a bit of romance. The core is closer to survivalist. Meanwhile the Earth as a whole seems to be going through a major final meltdown. The wars even reach Mongolia.
Spiritually, the tale is solidly evangelical, but it goes the extra mile to share authentic Christian walking in the Spirit.
The reason I gave it a four-star instead of five is because I found the “true” part of the book rather boring. But that’s just me in my ancient, jaded condition, I’m sure. Also, the ending was
This book is worth reading. You’ll enjoy it.
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