Groundbreaking Christian authors Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins bring their best-selling saga to its resounding conclusion.
©2007 Tim F. LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins; (P)2007 Recorded Books, LLC
I rarely log in to submit reviews but I couldn't take it on this one. They should have kept the original narrator from all of the other stories, Jack Sondericker. After listening to all of those books with one narrator the voices were off and thus threw the story off. This person couldn't keep my interest as much and it made me want to just
The entire series should be at very least a movie - but this should be thought out very carefully because leaving things out as movies do would do this series more harm than justice!
Personally I believe this should be re-recorded Jack Sondericker!
The author's interpretation of the scriptures.
In a category all by itself! I have read or listened to the entire series & loved every one!
I like his voice & style.
Too many hours to listen in one sitting but was definately near the top.
I believe this was a book not only for old believers but also for the new believers and the maybe believers. I think Matthew missed a point as this is a good way for the people that don't have a bible or don't want to read a bible to read about the bible by reading this book.
This was the most unimaginative and least gripping of the Left Behind series. I thought the authors missed some excellent opportunities to tell an excellent story. The visits from the "Biblical Heroes" were particularly dull as each story was simply a recreation of the Biblical account of the same story. If I could talk to King David, it would be about the parts of his life NOT covered in the Bible.
struggled with some of the back and forth timelines. and some of the theology interpretation, loved the bringing in os scripture and all the hope given in the possibilities of how. revelation might work out
I'm not sure as to rank.
Just as good as his other works.
I can't pick truth be told.
hope the people at Gap Digital dramatize this story and the prequels.
The story, although somewhat condensed, gives the authors' view of what life in heaven might look like. Also, after listening to the entire series of twelve books that were narrated by Jack Sondericker, who did an absolutely fantastic job, this book falls flat with a different narrator. This book is read with very few changes of voices for the different characters. He just reads the story.
A continuation of the previous twelve books in the Left Behind series.
The narrator could have change voices and read with some life to the reading.
Yes. Trade this book back in for a better read novel.
Just a normal guy.
This is a nice educational story that takes the reader through the biblical 1000 year earthly kingdom, but, it was slow and ended someone suddenly.
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