The Tribulation Force hurtles toward the four murders foretold in Scripture. The head of Enigma Babylon One World Faith is in jeopardy, as are the two witnesses at the Wailing Wall as “the due time” approaches. A supernatural horde of 200 million demonic horsemen slay a third of the remaining population. Rayford walks into a trap in France and the Tribulation Force prepares for a future as fugitives. World history and prophecy collide in Jerusalem at the middle of the Tribulation for the most explosive episode yet of the continuing drama of those left behind.
©1999 Tim LaHaye (P)1998 Books In Motion
Can't put these down..you go from one book to the next..its alive and thrilling, some tears and some anxiety.........Don't be left behind...there is a message here that your future depends on...listen to the plagues..God wants "Your:" attention and soul!
The overall story is amazing though the narrator I do find lacking. A little over done with some accents and the voicing for the female roles left me wanting. The editing on this is horrible! You can hear people talking in the background, doors closing, walking around, and pages flipping. The narrator would be in the middle of a sentence and you can hear a clear edit to a new recording session (totally different tone and sound quality). I highly suggest that they re-record this.
I loved listening to the readers voice, with each character he read it was a different voice and he did the accents really well. It added to the experience as if I was there.
The accents the reader used with the charachters
Mack had a very deep voice and i loved the visitor from Austriallia or wherever he was from I forgot. He did it very well.
Since i listen to my books when I need to drive long distances, I find myself yelling and screaming.
The horses & the reading of Revelation chapters..
He's very animated when there's a fight or when another plague is released, he gives a very good description..
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