Back to the Past
America became a third world country instantly. Over three hundred million people no longer had leadership, finances, or status. Canada and the British Isles suffered the same fate. Now it was time for the other world powers to divvy up the spoils. Ridge Crenshaw can read the signs. When he sees the imminent demise of America slowly becoming a reality, he decides to develop an RV community in the hills of central Texas to give people an escape from the intensely congested and consuming world surrounding them. Ridge's plan is a throwback to simplistic life: working hand in hand, living off the land, and sticking together in every decision. But soon circumstances change, putting him in the leadership of over forty thousand people. As the global political-economical situation becomes more and more dire, Ridge finds himself thrown into a world of intrigue and danger he never imagined. From defending his compound from the constant threat of thieves and con artists to an assault by mechanized terrorists who want to kill and plunder. When Ridge is finally challenged to put his life in jeopardy and fly a suicide mission against a Chinese invasion, it seems as though all might be lost. Can Ridge protect the people and the land he loves? Can he save their livelihood and lifestyle from the downward spiral of poverty and warfare? Join author Kim Percival and discover the only true way to go Back to the Past and maintain a life of peace and love. Born in Arkansas but raised in Southern California, Kim Percival couldn't wait to get out and see the world. Many of his occupations and businesses allowed him to travel extensively. Almost twenty years ago while a pastor in Montana, he began to write fiction mixed with biblical fact. He is semi-retired and living in Liberty, Texas with his wife, Brenda.
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