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this I know: Sarah's Confession (After The End Book 1) by [Weiss, Reba Ponder]
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About the Author

Reba Ponder Weiss was born and raised in Jones Chapel, a rural community, on the outskirts of Cullman, Alabama. Later, she crisscrossed America living in Upstate New York, Georgia, and Wyoming. Currently, she lives and works on the East End of Long Island, but dreams of retiring one day with her husband, Joseph, and their children, to Fayetteville, Tennessee.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1613 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Reba Ponder Weiss; 2 edition (27 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008FHF1TK
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,570,264 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In the Deep South, a lavish wedding is being prepared, and the family is bracing themselves to be discended upon by their Yankee soon to be in-laws. The most dire thing on anyone's mind is will Clyde, the strange father of the groom, turn up and cause havoc with his claims that he can hear voices from God.

Of course, he does just that, and as he is trying to tell them that they must up-sticks, leave everything and follow him into the mountains to live in a cave, the earthquake happens.

The story is in part about the hazardous journey to the "sanctuary" in the mountains, but also about the dynamics of having 40 people who only know each other vaguely, suddenly having to rely on each other in order to survive. The cave is sealed, and there is no way out. But there is clean water and the means to grow food, and after a while they have to accept they are there for the long term, without any knowledge of what is happening in the outside world. Has a fire consumed everything? Or a tsunami? There is no way of knowing.

This could be a disaster of a story, or a story about a disaster, but in the end it is neither. It is about what it is to be human, and the need to get along, and trust, and faith. Weiss isn't afraid to kill off seemingly main characters, therefore shifting the balance just as you begin to think it all sounds a bit domestic and cosy. And in the end, she offers a satisfying solution to a predicament that seems impossible to solve.

I really enjoyed this book. It was an uneasy mix of family drama, casual horror and desperation, but for me it worked. The dialogue didn't feel stilted, and I really felt a sense of place. It isn't literary fiction, but human fiction that felt unnervingly like real life at times.

I really recommend you check out the video trailer on the author's website. It's stunning.
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 102 reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Vile, Demonic 5 Nov. 2016
By Perry Elisabeth - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm usually a pretty positive reader and can find something good to say about most any book I decide to read. I was intrigued by the survival and (purported) Christian elements of this book.

All I can say is the story is vile and has no place among Christian fiction. The guy who claims to be hearing from God would be very definitely demonically influenced if this were a true story. The places he takes the survival group are so, so dark: cannibalism, killing the elderly, institutionalized polygamy/fornication (actually banning marriage!), etc.

I mean, the pastor and his wife (the only people anywhere near portraying real Christianity) are killed by an unseen hand under strange circumstances.

Don't make my mistake and pick up this book. It is NOT survival fiction from a Christian perspective.
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5.0 out of 5 stars WOW 5 Mar. 2013
By MelissaWalker - Published on Amazon.com
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When I started this book my wireless was down. I couldn't see what the book was going to be about and just dove in. It caught my attention because it is set near my hometown. Being a North Alabama girl I liked reading about areas that I am familiar with. I made a mental note to look up this author and see if we could be neighbors. I liked the family dynamic and how true Southerners were portrayed without being over done. Then the world starts to end. I found myself captivated; wanting to know what was gonna happen next. I found myself reading late into the night. Who needs sleep when the world outside the cave has ended? As the story went on I found myself drawn in... on the edge of my seat. I felt like I was on a roller coaster of emotions while reading. We went from planning a wedding to living in a cave just trying to survive. I shuddered at the disposal of the dead and shivered at some of the visuals provided. Having spent some time visiting caves in North Alabama; I had a sense of being there. Sadly the story ended and I was left hanging on. I was left with a hunger for a follow up. I wanna know what happened to the outside world. Why were they led there and who were behind the voices?? All in all an excellent read!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A very captivating book with hidden meanings. 14 Jun. 2015
By Nancy M. Graham - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're looking for a good story, this book's for you. If you're looking for something that will make you think, this book's also for you. As a political blogger, I probably have a different take on this book than most. Here we have a group that fled from perils that brought an end to life on planet earth as we know it. Their final destination was a large cave. A socialist/communist type government was set up by the people of this tiny nation. While there were some problems, the little society/nation perpetuated itself and survived. I'm looking forward to reading the sequel, and maybe one of these days I'll get to talk to Reba about this magnificent novel.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great New Author! 2 May 2016
By Elaine H. - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved this book. Reba Ponder Weiss is a great new author on my favorites list. I got to know all the characters in the book first and then it started moving along really well. The family trees and maps made everything seem so real. The author's ideas and scenarios are very original and a refreshing change. You definitely can't guess what will happen next! I am currently reading the second book. This is turning out to be a very good series!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Your Ordinary Book... 1 Oct. 2012
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I've been reading a lot lately. And I am so tired of vampire, vapid love story, evil villain, tried and true plot lines. This is none of those. This I Know is strange, but in a good way. It is disturbing and chilling and leaves you feeling a bit unfinished, which is not usually how I like a book to make me feel in the end, but it made me think. It drew me in (I read the book in a matter of hours) and while the writing feels a bit forced at times, the use of Sarah's narrative, the unusual storyline, and the individual characters kept me reading.

I still find myself wanting more closure and a bit more insight into some of the characters, but overall a great read. Just don't read alone on a dark rainy night.
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