Book Review – The Shelter At Papa’s Farm by Elizabeth M White

Publisher : Tate Publishing and Enterprises LLC

ISBN: 978-1-61346-852-4

Genres: Fiction/Christian/Futuristic

This is a postapocalyptic book.

The plot centres around one family but reaches out beyond this.

James is adamant that the world is about to end as prophesied in the Bible, he then amends this statement that the world is about to end as we know it.

He spends 2 years building an underground shelter that he is told about in a dream, he is like a modern day Noah.

In April 2014 while some of the family are visiting him the sirens go off.

Everybody across America heads for underground shelters.

Nuclear bombs land and devastate this and many other countries.

Then the book really gets into its stride, there is love and loss, faith and doubt, courage and team spirit, depression and exhilaration.  You will be taken on an emotional roller-coaster ride.

The character’s are real and the style is very good, it is easy to read and the numerous characters are all distinct from each other.

It is a book which will leave you wanting more.

I hear there is a sequel in the pipeline and I await its arrival eagerly.

Star rating 5/5 I loved it.

~ by adelesymonds on July 4, 2012.

2 Responses to “Book Review – The Shelter At Papa’s Farm by Elizabeth M White”

  1. Thanks for checking out my blog and commenting on my review. Blessings

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