If you listen and understand that while the story is just that, ALL of the details in the story are 100% accurate, it should scare the hell out of you.
The cross references from the Old Testament and American History as well as being able to see the happenings in today's current events.
I was enthralled in listening to this book. The information in the storyline was very intriguing; it caused one to ponder on the significance of the mystery.
As I listened to the part about the warning signs of America burning a TV news broadcast reported on all the fires raging in Colorado and other western states. It gave quite the chilling and dramatic effect that would make one desirous to follow the directions to save America from the tragic fate that is foretold in the Harbinger.
I'm travel alot and auido books are my moble home. I seem to be hooked on them and there is rarely a time that there not on for me.
This book. When you read it will leave you with chills it's one of the few stories that I'm never totally certain whether or not the author wrote it as fiction because he couldn't get it published as nonfiction, i.e. he actually had the stuff happened to him and he just couldn't publish it in the newspaper without people calling him a liar, or he's excellent author with a really good idea on how to draw people in.
It's quite frankly one of those odd stories that I suggest you reading it with an Internet browser open so you can Google whether or not the facts are correct and most the time, they are , which is incredibly creepy.
On a technical note, the narrator does an excellent job and the book is very well read. I had no problems listening to it straight through in one go.
It was Poorly written and seemed to make the most vague connections between biblical stories and current events.
Yes. This book was preachy and closed minded.
The only people that would enjoy this book would be fanatical christians.
Better research and better connections to the story.
No -- he narrated his own book. This is always a bad idea. Not enough emotion in the narration or within the characters. It was flat and lifeless.
No. I hated the style in which he writes. It's a one sided narrow focused fear inducing book. Really hated it, and it's really only a good read for peopled that aren't well read actually. Those that don't understand the difference between great literature and bad literature. Jonathan Cahn has a one sided story and it's not all that good. It may be true, that's not for me to say, but it's presentation is sub par in the genre of literature.
Fear Monger..."is the use of fear to influence the opinions and actions of others towards some specific end. The feared subject is sometimes exaggerated, and the pattern of fear mongering is usually one of repetition, in order to continuosly reinforce the intended effects of this tactic, sometimes in the form of a vicious circle." (Wikipedia, 2012)This is all I can say about this book. If we believed evey thing we read we'd be in big trouble. Although, there are moments of plausability it is generally a book that's been written to bring about fear and create reaction. No real solutions evolve from the work.
Personally, the contnet isn't new or interesting because if you're a smart person you already know that most of the content is happening in the world today. You know you can't help it or stop it, but you can begin your own spiritual journey to make yourself feel better and move towards a happier spiritual place.
don't waste your money your money - this book sounds like it was written by someone in high school. Mindless clues that mean NOTHING! If I could get my money back for this I would.
I didn't bother to finish it....I could not see wasting ANY MORE OF MY VALUABLE TIME !
First of all the It is so badly written that I guess that the editors must have slept. The book is just so absolutely rubbish that I have no idea how this waste of time can be made into a worthwhile listening experience
Anything by hitchens to get my belief in humanity back
It was rather short and it can be deleted
If you give a refund please give it to partners in health
Had I read the first review more carefully, I would have never bought this book. I do not identify as a Christian although I have a deep and abiding love and relationship with God. I also do not believe the Bible is an absolute and believable God-inspired document.
That being said, I only got about a third of the way through this book (I had bought it, after all!) before I gave up on it. Not for me.
The book is also so simplistically written--as another reader said, the main character was an "imbecile"--that it simply did not inspire thoughtfulness or believability for me.
Better for true believers of Christian dogma.
Definitely a wake up call. Just remember 2 chron 7:14. It is the church's fault the morals have fallen. We have turned our back and become lukewarm. If all the people who claim to be Christian would spend one hour a week evangelizing our neighborhoods and malls, and movie theaters, hang out areas, this would be a different America. But almost EVERY "Christian" I ask say it is not their job, not their gift, not their calling, not comfortable doing evangelism. None can show me where it is an option in the Bible. We have lost our saltiness!! We are not lighting the way either. American Christians compare themselves to one another instead of the New Testament.
It gives us a sense of how God can do anything he wants any way he wants , including recycling scripture.
It gave me chills!!!! This is real and verifiable . Watch the videos on YouTube. Yu can watch these speeches and events as described in the book.
Although it is fiction...could not finish...too many assumptions on "facts" that are not true
yes, a retraction
If facts are used in fiction, they need to be facts, not opinions, or incorrect history