Famine in the Land

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AuthorHouse, Feb 23, 2005 - Fiction - 224 pages
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"... this is the first step in the initiation of a single, world-wide governmental system; to be accomplished through computer chip implantation.
Upon completion of insertion, a mark will be left at the skin surface..."
(Page 21)
 
"... let me see your mark... I can't help you until you do."      (Page 46)
 
 
"You'll come no further," the dog-turned-angel commanded.
His voice roared."    (Page 164)
 
"So it ends," said the Judge sadly..."    "It is over, Lucifer," he continued...    "Your sentence is final this time..."    "Never again will you be allowed to harm my people, my angels, or my creations."    (Page 213)

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About the author (2005)

Pam Adams was born to, and grew up in a Pentecostal family in Montrose, Colorado.

Until the year 1997, she dedicated her life to worldly gain and pleasures; but at age forty-one, the Lord saved her and gave her a new goal in life… spreading the news of his return.

Writing has been her passion since the age of ten, and she wrote Famine In The Land in the year 1998.

She is also the author of Driven Women.

Pam lives in Paradise, California, with her mother.

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