Category Archives: Omer, Kent E.

Kent E. Omer. Outer Banks: A Test of Faith. Baltimore, MD: PublishAmerica, 2009.

The eagerly anticipated week of summer vacation has arrived, and the Harris and Carr families have made the long trip from Virginia to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The two families are enjoying the ocean when suddenly an enormous mushroom cloud appears, turning the sky orange and making the earth vibrate. What they do not realize is that the entire east coast of the United States has just been hit by a terrorist attack. The group quickly makes its way back to the beach house only to discover that, in addition to having no cell phone service, the shelter has lost electricity. As the Harrises and Carrs face survival in the usually pristine coastal location, the rest of the country addresses mass destruction caused by the multiple strikes. The comfort of friendship and their faith in God must carry them through this harrowing experience.

Ending in a cliffhanger, a second part to the story is expected.

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Filed under 2000-2009, 2009, Coast, Dare, Omer, Kent E., Religious/Inspirational, Suspense/Thriller