It it a relevant and all-to-likely story line. If you haven't read any of Rosenbergs works before, I suggest you read the Ezekiel option first, then read the Twelfth Imam series in whole. Joel is an end-times scholar who has a remarkable grasp of Biblical prophesy. It is amazing to see how many aspects of his previous novels have actually come to pass. I'm almost afraid to know what parts of this will actually happen in our lifetime. Then again, as a Christian, its not something to worry about. If you're offended by God and the Bible, these books are not for you unless you are interested in knowing what will happen in the End Times.
It explains so much of current events...
No, but I am amazed at how well he makes each character unique
Predictable. You start to thing "so-and-so is probably" but you're sure the author is going to put some kind of twist it there. Unfortunately, it never happens. It would be easy to skip ahead a few chapters and not miss a beat in the story line. Not at all what I expected from Brown. Its an interesting plot over-all, but don't expect any surprises.
All about the same
It'll keep your interest but not noteworthy
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