The year is 2020, and chaos has engulfed the world. A virus of plagical proportions ravages the planet, as tensions run high for the United States elections. The civil rights movement for the war on race comes to a boiling point, while hatred rears its head on all sides of the country, as it continues to divide the political parties on one another. Talks of war, natural disaster, and famine all begin to circulate in a world that has been shut down, slowing to an ominous halt, leaving nothing but silence to fall in a darkening and Godless nation. Yet nonetheless, God still shines through. Witness a book of poetry penned from the perspective of John Anderson, constantly directing to the cross as he marches on through the spiritual battlefield in a profound, real, and personal way that most would find too terrifying to share. Venture through the incredibly dark, faithful, and unwavering heart of a man in a constant war of wits, will, and survival as he pens his final moments in an end-time world, dealing with the many subjects of faith, love, and evil. Be taken through a chronological listing of personal deviances, addressing the many giants of past and present that have long reigned in the land of Anderson. Witness the progress of new strength, power, and birth being given from heavenly places, all while tackling the greatest issues facing America's present, past, and future. If anything can be taken away from this book of poetry, it can best be summarized by John himself: This book was initially given to me as an inspiration for survival. It was a way that I could commune with God as we journeyed through the darkest and starkest sections of my mind, dealing with the good and the bad. It was, and still is, our fellowship together. God saved me, as He always does, but this time He used poetry. I believe we're releasing it now, so that God can have the same effect on all of you, finding you in the midst of the silence.