Follow him, his wife Jae, and their young children, Brie and Connor, as they try to elude capture and sentencing for treason.
In this rapid-fire conclusion to the best-selling Soon series, the laws banning the practice of religion around the globe are on the brink of collapse. The tide is turning, but personal, family hostilities threaten to end in disaster before the world comes to its senses.
©2005 Jerry B. Jenkins; (P)2005 Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
I have not read the print version, but I would say, "No" because the narration falls far short on the foreign accents. It really detracts from the performance.
He did a great job differentiating the characters, but the foreign accents were terrible. They left me confused at times as to who was speaking. Thank goodness those parts are limited, or else I would not listen to the book at all.
We all really disliked Ranald. I like to think I'm pretty loving and forgiving, but if I were confronted with a man like that, it would take supernatural intervention to keep from trying to kill him! He is a truly unpleasant character, but I enjoy the fact that he provides talking points about loving enemies and being responsible for our reactions to people like that.
I love it when audiobooks are suspenseful! My kids and I really enjoyed the series. I especially loved leaving a cliffhanger when we had to exit the car!
This is a Great story and message of Christian faith...the characters are likeable and realistic and the story kept me on the edge of my seat.
While listening you will forget that it is a Christian book with underlying Biblical Principles and Godly messages about the future. The book is set in the future after WWIII and the New World Government is trying to stamp out Christianity blaming religion for all the wars suffered in the past. It did not get past the reader that the main person trying to persecute the Christians that was converted to Christianity is named Paul. While the story is very futuristic and difficult to believe at times, it is well written and a nail biting thriller. This was Jenkins solo attempt after splitting with Lahaye. It is a good series and well worth listning too. It is scary to realize that things could get this bad, but it is up lifting to know that God will always give us the strength to survive for his good. The characters are wonderfully described and you feel you are on the run with them.
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