Israel successfully launches a first strike on Iran, taking out all of their nuclear sites and six of their nuclear warheads. American president William Jackson threatens to support a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the Jewish State for unprovoked and unwarranted acts of aggression. And the Twelfth Imam prepares to order a genocidal retaliation.
Meanwhile, CIA operative David Shirazi has infiltrated the Iranian regime and intercepted top secret intelligence indicating that two Iranian nuclear warheads survived the attack and have been moved to a secure and undisclosed location. In danger not only from the ongoing war between Israel and Iran but also from the increasingly hostile governments in multiple countries, Shirazi and his team are in a race against time to find the remaining nuclear warheads before the most cataclysmic event in the history of the Middle East comes to pass.
©2013 Joel C. Rosenberg (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Books are a mainstay of my life! Even the preschoolers and toddlers in my care, have several hundred books, which I rotate based on need.
The entire story could have been told without the unbelievable religious messages - these were NOT insignificant bits - the author proselytized about the Christian faith throughout the entire book.
Anything except by this author.
His voices were great, with a few noticeable exceptions - there is a character in his 80ties and the voice Mr. Lane gave him actually made my ears hurt. He didn't have to go so overboard. Other voices were quite good.
I wouldn't necessarily cut any characters, just the religious transformation so many had, and the huge number of Bible verses. Seriously, the author should have warned readers the book was going to be some window dressing for his "Come to Jesus" message.
One other thing to note - every chapter had one serious problem after another, with absolutely no breath of air. The author has written many books, so I'm pretty certain he understands that readers can be depressed for only so long. There was one massive problem after another, with nothing positive around the corner.The only reason I continued to listen was because I was certain something better had to happen. Sadly, the ending was just more of the Come to Jesus and see the wonders of the universe, message.This book was very, very disappointing.
enjoyed this book and the 2nd in the series very much. may go back to hear the 1st since i started with #2. A lot of deep spiritual messages throughout, which i appreciated.
I firmly enjoyed this book. I was totally enjoyed the witnessing of Christ to those around him and how I must do the same so that all must be hear the message of eternal life
Breath Taking ........
His skill as a actor narrator brings the book to like. Keeping you drawn in to the story in a way that you can't stop listening
I listen to books in my car while on business trips and this was one that I had to keep listening to even in the hotel room. I was amazed how easily this could happen in the world we live in or will still happen.
I love books with significance
I recommend it to everyone who will listen
Great book, hard to stop when you get started. Extremely well written and read. Story is so exciting.
Yes. We greatly enjoyed the story and the readers performance and would recommend this series to our brotherhood of book "listeners."
David, the main character, was our favorite.
Our favorite scene in this book was when David arranged for an attack at the Mosque where he became a hero in the eyes of the enemy.
The most memorable was David's blind teacher and mentor.
Hopefully you listened to the first 2 in the series... if not, stop reading this and download them. If you have I to say that this novel was pretty exciting to the end. It is a work of fiction but whatever you believe is going to happen in the last days it makes you think about your destination in the here after.
Exciting keeps your interest
It could really happen
Very good for my first listen to him
At or near the top. However I am still a novice to audiobooks.
The final scenes in Syria, both at the airbase and the race to get there on time.
He captured the emotions of the moment, especially during the hospital raid scenes, the action at the airbase in Syria, and the convoy from Iran to Syria.
I believe near the end when the Seals gave their all, the learned scholar and the "Mole" sacrificed themselves to prevent a nuclear event.
I wish I had read the first two books before reading this one.
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