Yes, I really liked the first two books. This book was not as good but the closure of the story was needed.
I have recommended the series. So yes I would recommend the Kingdom. With the notice it isn't as good as the rest.
Yes. the first 2 books in the serires
I have started getting books of the same theme and story line. Religious, Apocalyptic, thought provoking. personal evaluation...
With the world going down the path it is going this series hits really close to the soul.
This is typical prepper novel.
I really enjoy prepper novels and the anarchy stories of the path America is going down and what could be when I get books. This started up with a vague opening and it needed something to get my interest into what was occurring.
I didn't get into it enough to pick one to drop.
If you are just now getting into prepper stories this my be a good intro. But if you have listened to any others you will find this story painfully duplicated from eh others.
Good character development. The story is like many others of this genre. However a different look at how easily our country could loose its status and governing freedom. Book was enjoyable to listen to throughout.
Great political drama with the real life intensity of our world today. It does have elements of Christianity. I think the perspective of believers and non-believers was perfectly balanced through out the story.
the interpretation of "creatures" that Noah has to battle. I no enjoyment in the fantasy world the author creates
Part man, part animal warriors. The reverence towards God is no where to be found.
The narration was difficult to listen to very little development of character voicing and personality
Anger and disappointment. Not sure how the author is able to title the book Noah. I felt like I was listening to a detailed account of the game of dungeons and dragons
Do not purchase if you are expecting a fiction story that has a basis on the story of Noah
The parallel between what is our countries recent approach to the conflicts in the Middle East and the administrations undercutting Isreal as an Allie.
The action and drama
Great use of dialects and phrasing with each character.
There are two that hit close to home. The first was the Presidents actions during the build up of hostilities and then the Intel agencies burocracy.
Possibly someone who has never listened to a via action novel. Otherwise everyone else will be bored like I was and give it 1 star
2nd book in Caleb series
began to drain me with monologue & charcters
No real spin or new action
No. This is almost a short story duplicate from the 299 days series. Different characters, same story.
Probably not. After listening to quite a few of his books they have become boring and menotenous
Disappointment. I listening to a lot of the end of are country and prep per style books. Maybe too many. Looking forward to an author becoming more creative than what is published today.
I feel like this book was written to fill in the blocks of standard collapse series.
This is a very detailed Doctorate type thesis of the world economy. A lot of effort and research went into this book. However for listening to this book the narration became very monotone. As truthful as this book may very well be it was impossible ot finish.
There really are no characters other than real world powers and leaders. It is obvious that we can't cut them out of the world's financial market.
Same Zombie story. It does start to hint at what is causing the epidemic. Chapter 18! Up to that point anyone could have written the book that watches or reads Zombie life after death books.
No I really like Johnathan Maberry. There is action and suspense that keeps you wanting more. I started feeling like I was a walking dead listening to this book.
Very monotone. He does have some variation in his voice with the child and a dying person but all and all monotone. I will probably avoid this narrator.
Don't waste your time downloading this book. I would have found the Wall Street Journal more exciting and suspenseful.
This is in the top 20 % of 5 years of listening.
The greed of Americans in crisis. We see on the news how greed and unlawfulness occurs when there is a disruption of civil order.
First listen to his narration. Listened to the entire series. He makes the book as an enjoyable listen. Great character voicing and emotions.
The book made me angry because I can see our country turning on itself at a time of need. We see on the national news stealing from stores, rioting in the streets, gang violence, and the collapse of major cities in our country. Detroit, Cleveland, and now Ferguson.
I enjoyed the how the author interpreted the creation of the constitution. There is a lot of Christian / Jewish biblical reference and scripture. It isn't politically correct to reference scripture. I have read a lot of reviews putting the series down because of the religious structure of this story. It concerns me that there are readers that were so turned off by the story on the basis of beliefs.
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