Life is a journey, enjoy it......because one day it will all end.
About a seven.
Yes. This book was very well done in a kept you engaged quite a bit.
This was quite a good book with a lot of action built in. I would recommend this book as long as you like Rosenbergs other works such as the 12th Imam. If you do not like religion in any book that you read I would take a pass on this if I were you.
This is a bible based writer and although not so much religious faith but historic religion tied to current events. I loved it. The story moves well and has a lot of information.
His writing seems logical and the story carried a lot of information.
Patrick puts the right drama for each character. He also speaks with urgency that carries you away with him.
Hero and heroine captured, separated, tortured. A real tense time.
I am listening to all of Rosenberg's series. I hope the next two are as good as the last two.
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Not so far. Just concluded the first part and am seriously considering putting it down. Between fundamentalist witnessing and theology lessons on the Old Testament, I am feeling hugely overdosed on religion.
Not without the caveat that the book spends an inordinate time postulating on religion.
He is okay. I have no specific issues with the narrator or his work.
I think if I had known the extent religion plays in the book, I would have chosen differently.
When I choose a title, I like it to stay generally within the bounds of the appropriate genre. This one, for me anyway, includes a bit too much theology and tends to slightly muddy the waters. Keep in mind it is still a good story, and the vast majority will likely enjoy it, but it is now what I was looking for. I will try to give book 4 a try before abandoning the series, but for some reason it simply just did not work for me.
jolly good luck with this holy-rollin' doctrinaire tome. it's almost irresponsible, what the author dreams up and forces down the listener's throat. yikes. this kind of stuff should be kept among friends.
Lawlor yes, Rosenberg no chance.
Could have been a great story and narrator was great but if it's a book about finding Christ and a kind and gentle George Bush than say that in the details and I wouldn't waste my time. This is only the second book, out of over a hundred, that I couldn't finish and the first review I've ever written. I got to about 3 hours left and just couldn't stomach all the god god god crap. Believe what you want, worship who you want but don't try to force it on others disguised as a book! I am a Lutheran who believes in God but to much is to much! Glad audible takes returns!
I love books with significance
This series by Rosenberg are my favorite of all the books I have EVER listened to and I look forward to listening to them again. Most books are a once through and you are done but not this series.
Whole series is wonderful and worth the money and time
Rosenberg leads us into the story from the first book in the series and one wants to go on to see where it leads. But when he gets to the third book, he then tries to convert the reader into accepting Christ and shows in his book both Jews and Muslems who have done so and thus are "saved" in the final days.
I won't read anything else he has written.
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I stumbled on to this series about a month ago and after the first two puchased the next three. I was quite surprised to find all the Jesus thumping in the middle of the third volumn in an adventure storey now about destroying Isrial. I came for the adventure and action and look else where for religeon when I choose. I have no prejudice against Christianity but am not fond of its incertion in action books at the level it was here.
Now only because they are in my library, I have started the fourth. Had I read three before ordering the rest of the series I would have stopped there.
Yes he has done well in all three. Turns out he could give sermons on Sunday if the book reading slows down.
Hero, action chick, globle politics. It has some of the ingrediants but with the religeon came wild and nearly crazy sciencelessness (that is a word cause you read it on the internet).
No thank you.