The author says the book is 90% fact, and 10% fiction. The fact part is extremely interesting. The fiction part becomes very repetitive and boring, which is a shame. If I had not been interested as to where he was going, I would have dropped out long before the end.
Depends on how interested they are in prophecy. Surely, it is not an exciting read.
I am an auditory learner, so this version is perfect for me. I when I read my minds drifts away from the story, so listening is a perfect match for my situation.
I like the narrative format, giving life to the "Prophet" character.
the Prophet, so full of wisdom and cunning replies.
the actual harbingers themselves and how they mirror actual recent political events.
The presentation was perfect. I read the book first but the impact of hearing the spoken words was unforgettable and difficult to ignore.
I cannot think of a single book that has gotten my attention like this book and I read and listen to a lot of books!
He believes what he is saying, not just trying to sell a story.
I will listen to this book again and am telling everyone I know and even some people I don't know about it.
Conservative and proud. Sorry libs.
When you fact check this "fiction" story, it will shake you. It is very well done and I agree with the message: we need to return to our Christian roots.
It is a page turner.
A friend challenged me to read this book and so I did. As a child of God, I found myself asking many questions about our history...I never knew about a statue of George Washington facing Wall Street or the march to the curch to pray. Knowing this could have made a difference in my life. I do want to see the things spoken of, the monuments, through the eyes of the prophet...thank you for your faithfulness