The Tribulation Soldier
FOR THE LADIES
Our series of fictional eBooks use mostly military personnel as the characters telling the story through their eyes, as they experience the final years of mankind’s history. This may give the impression of a male-orientated series, however, this couldn’t be further from the truth.
The Tribulation Soldier characters mainly come from the various branches of the military to help illustrate biblical events contained within the end times. But, we’ve incorporated many civilian characters to add flavour to the series and Arrabella is no exception. Born in France and married in Africa, Arrabella finds herself working for an aid organization, braving the dangers of the Moroccan Dead Zones. However, when she loses her husband and the region where she operates begins to deteriorate, she finds herself cut off, requiring the services of the Armour Infantry Corps. Taught her whole life to obey her husband’s every rule, her rescuer Major Paul McLaughlin leads her to safety, in more ways than one. Arrabella is one of the lead characters of ‘Pastor Major Sniper Sailor.’
In the Tribulation Soldier, we’ve incorporated many female characters, in both major and minor roles, to ensure the End Times is taught from every angle. Take Captain Kerry Sharpe, the tough and beautiful covert intelligence officer, who takes on the main character role in her eBook, ‘Captain Sharpe’s Trial.’ There’s Major Maggie McLean, who plays the elite jump-jet fighter pilot becoming Matt’s closest friend after the Rapture and featuring in her own eBook, ‘Montagu Maggie.’ There are other major characters who feature throughout the series, such as Captain Lucy Davidson and Captain Leah Robert’s. They play major roles as the Armour Infantry Corps elite Special Forces Operators.
Along with Jess Duncan from Operation Overdue Justice, Matt’s beloved Kierra and a host of other ladies mixed in ensures that the Tribulation Soldier tells these biblical accounts, as a balanced and accurate story.
‘CAPTAIN SHARPE’S TRIAL’
(Psalm 144:1) “…Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teaches my hands to war, and my fingers to fight. My goodness, and my fortress, my high tower, and deliverer, my shield…”
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