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Of the Earth

Clashing Kingdoms - Book 1

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Following the lives of several people (and even animals), Of the Earth explores relationships in the midst of trials. Living in a time of tribulation, the characters maneuver through precarious situations — a government reeducation program, a train hijacking, an earthquake — circumstances that occur with little warning. But despite these hardships loyalties are tested and battle lines drawn. Eyes are opened and hearts are pierced.

This is not your mother's bedtime story. Starvation, disease, and natural catastrophes plague the earth in this dystopian, ecological account.

For readers who willing to step into a world of betrayals and miracles, fear and wonderment, crack open this cover!

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Praise for Of the Earth

“True supernatural power exists, not through wizardry and magic, but through the One who created all, knows all, and manifests himself to those who abide in him. Of the Earth tells the tale of true power in dark days and points to the One you can encounter, even now, who wields that power through those who are willing.”
Monica Wipp, K-12 Educator

“Creative. Engaging. Thought-provoking. Cousins takes the reader on a journey that engages the senses and creates an accurate tension between the spirit world and the natural chaos of eschatological events. This book challenges the reader to be sure of their foundation and the importance of being attentive to what is happening in the course of human events. The climax of this story brings each of us to a place of healthy reflection where we lean into the truth of God’s promises.”
Andrew Templeton, Lead Pastor, Sweetwater First Assembly

About the Author

Kim Cousins is a retired academic advisor from the University of Minnesota Crookston. She is the author of Rule Keepers (2020) in Potato Soup Journal and Evolving Interactions in Higher Education Change (2011) in National Association of Student Affairs Professions. Kim lives on a farm in Tennessee with her husband, Woodie, and an amusing group of animals. Her family includes five children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.

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