The End Begins: Glimmering Light

The End Begins: Glimmering Light
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Author(s): MARGOT HOVLEY
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In a world torn apart by an unprecedented terrorist attack, Amelie Hatch's life has been thrown into chaos. Safety is fleeting, and there is no rest for a group of Saints fighting to survive. Despite the looming threat of terrorism, Amelie's safe arrival in Salt Lake City should have been the triumphant conclusion to her harrowing journey. With the promise of a future with her true love, Zack, she finds a glimmer of light amidst the bleak unrest of the nation. But Amelie and Zack quickly realize their journey is far from finished. With the nation's power grid still compromised and enemy forces drawing closer, Utah is no longer a safe havenit's time to move on. And this time, they find themselves forced apart as they embark on separate missions that will test their endurance and threaten all they hold dear. Amelie can only wonder: does Missouri truly hold the key to their deliverance, or will they be forced to run forever?

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The End Begins, Glimmering Light
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Looking for the Rainbow
Location: Arizona
Date: February 13, 2018
Ms Hovley should check out her scriptures more carefully. (Revelations for the dimensions of Zion) Can you imagine 15 million people all gathering to Missouri? The scriptures indicate that we will be builders of Zion, but Zion is in the stakes of Zion where we live and where we are trying to be pure in heart. So much of the text is about moving to Missouri it's hard to separate the movement from the story. This would be more effective as a novel set in the 1800s.
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