Yes I would. This one was well done, and some great information that one really needs to research and make their own choice of what is reality and not.
Yes that would be interesting.
I generally avoid this type of book because there is an overwhelming amount of speculation and guessing involved. I gave this a try based on reviews and was completely floored again and again by the content. Profound and relevant to our generation for sure.
I would have given 5 stars, but the narrative does seem to drag on at times. A couple of times, I considered putting it down towards the end, but I'm glad I stuck with it. Outstanding!
Maybe if the characters don't repeat themselves and each other so much.
Not sure, I didn't finish listening to the book. No opinion.
Narration was good. Not good enough to overcome the awful climax of this story. It's as if I were on this never ending scavenger hunt, where the grand prize was a religious sermon. The poor woman he was telling the story to would have stood up and said "at first I thought you were nuts, but now I'm sure of it. Get out!" Look, It did not translate as it was intended to. Not as awe-striking as the the writer believed. Over dramatizing the listeners reactions cheapened the experience. The connections went from interesting in the beginning to monotonous, and just kept on. But the biggest offense to me was the perspective that the World Trade Center tragedy was driven by "God" letting us know we had lost our way and this is our punishment. That is irresponsible to say the very least. No, it's not the overly religious freaks that bombed the World Trade Center. The ones that believe in the same kind of religious propaganda this book is slinging. Fear mongering is old school, threats of eternal damnation is flat out medieval. You religious fanatics need to step up your game.It's crap like this that turns people away from religion and will most likely turn them away from this book.
This book has been a best seller and I have been interested. The format of the book suits very well as an audio book. I wonder if it would be little better with more separation of the voices. In the beginning of the book I felt that the main character did not feel like a journalist, he was quite naive but I think the book got better later.
This book is not so much a prophetic book as it mainly gives an explonation why things has happened. Perhaps many people do not know the Bible so this can be a challange for your mind. There was new information for me and new point of view. So it is an interesting book and I recommend it.
Thought provoking, challenges the status quo
Sometimes, the repetition in the dialogue can be a bit mundane.
D & J Romanello
Wake up people.
My reaction to this book is that there is so much that I do not know. To learn and be alert.
The story held my interest right from the beginning. As you listen to the story unfold and how closley it is aligned with ancient Israel you can't help but know that events are not an accident. Only God could control these events. I loved the audio book. The narrator was very good at telling the story. I will listen to it again & again.
How the events of Isaiah 9:10 line up exactly with the tradgey of 911
I loved the fact that he told the story in so much detail that it made me feel like I was watching a movie.
Is the end closer that we think?
loved the audio book. I will recommend it to all my friends.
I haven't read the print version but the audio was great.
Noreal was the main character of a book with only about 3 characters. he was my favorite
Discovering that the site of the world trade center was the site of America's dedication to God.
This was a great book presented is a very unique way. I loved how he used the story to deliver real information.
Top of the list
How it brings the mystery of 9-1-1 to a conclusion
Time to wake up and listen!