Carpathia’s forces in New Babylon are cast into utter darkness as all trace of light disappears from the abode of the Antichrist. But all is not well for Rayford Steele and his compatriots either. The Tribulation Force’s aliases and even their Strong Tower safe house have been compromised, forcing Rayford Steele, Buck Williams, and all the force’s members to flee for their lives. The scattered Tribulation Force is drawn inexorably toward the Middle East, as are all the armies of the world. History is honing in on the battle of the ages. During the last year of the Great Tribulation, safe houses are no longer safe, friends and loved ones must commemorate two lives in one memorial service, and the cast of characters dramatically changes. By the time of the great day of God Almighty, homes have been uprooted, new alliances forged, and the entire globe becomes a powder keg with the fuse already burning.
©2003 Tim LaHaye (P)2003 Books In Motion
I am currently listening to the entire Left Behind series.
It has been more than 20 years since I first discovered the Left Behind series of books and revisiting them today on audiobook is a real treat. The story is as relevant today as it was 20 years ago and will be relevant 20 years from now.
Narrator (Jack Sondericker) brings each character to life giving each person his or her own inflections and distinct voice.
The Left Behind series makes you stop and grab your Bible and really want to get into the Word to discover for yourself each prophecy and miracle recorded over 1600 years ago.
Pretty dare good
Makes characters come to life.
Not as good as all the others in series. I was a bit disappointed. But had to read since it was the last one in the series.
I think that the story is good and fast moving. However, the narrator on this book is terrible. The voices he mimics are annoying.
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