Rosenberg puts together another page turner but intertwined in the espionage, bombs and intrigue are too many personal stories of characters finding Jesus. I don't know if he's trying to broaden his appeal or just doesn't realize how these ill fitting, forced and interruptive these subplots are to the story.
Last name = Tully = Kathleen Tully
Everything we love and look forward to from Joel C Rosenberg. The twists, turns, story line, and especially elaboration of the plot formation, and character development that Joel is so well known for! This is a series, start with the first book, in order to appreciate the full scope development. Highly recommended! Kate
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This book and the series was too religious and predictable. I liked the first book and second book better. The third book was disturbing with all the proselytizing. I almost didn't finish it.
Rosenberg is the best at writing about the end times. His understanding and knowledge of biblical prophecy is Awesome! Chris Lane has a gift for bringing the characters to life. It is amazing the way he can switch his voice back and forth from male to female in so many different dialects these include Iranian, Jewish, German, English, I thought I even heard some redneck in there and so many more. This series is a must for anyone with an interest in end time prophecy.
Book 1and 2suggest the religious message hidden that blooms fully in book 3. Christian will overcome Islam - lots of preaching (Jesus is the savior, Bible trumps Koran). Get past that and not a bad read. Talented spies (white Anglo Jewish vs. Muslims)
WAY TOO MANY BIBLE VERSES If I wanted to study the bible I would have read it. I really struggled to finish the book and actually fast forwarded to the end. Too bad it could have been a good listen.