This book came off as preachy and shallow.
There was a minimum of story, and the story told was incomplete. The first two parts of this series at least completed the tale started. This book did not! It seems Mr. LaHaye forgot to finish his work. The hero was left stuck in a tunnel trying to get himself and a friend out. There was absolutely no resolution.
I was very disappointed in this book.
AND to boot there is no date for a part 4 to this series. I guess we will have to wait until Mr.LaHaye wakes up to finish what he started in this book.
Sad, wat started out to be a terrific series stopped dead with this book.
This started out a little slow but gained momentum. It was an extremely good listen, well narrated and as with all Sparks books very involving.
The jolt in the story leaves you in shock! Your have to wonder if miracles require payback.
It completely finishes True Believer....too completely to be sure!
Worth listening to, a story that lingers......
This book keeps you going from beginning to end. The characters are likable and the antagonist complicated, quirky and something more than can be surmised.
The wonder of this book is that though written in the future, so many of today's sociological problems are burried between the lines. This causes you to renumerate the story and liken it to today's issues and almost forces you to form moral opinions of where we are going with technology and governmental controls.
This is not an "egg head" book but a very enjoyable futuristic fiction that sticks with you. The only bad thing I can say is that the next book in the trilogy has no publication date yet.
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