Rosenberg's second novel, The Last Days, opens with the death of Yasser Arafat and an American president pressing for peace in the Middle East...but it was published 13 months before the actual death of Yasser Arafat.
Now comes The Ezekiel Option, an explosive new political thriller that literally feels ripped from tomorrow's headlines. With Saddam Hussein and Yasser Arafat out of the way, a dazzling era of security and prosperity seems to have come to the Middle East. With the help of an American president trying to spread freedom and democracy, the Israelis and the Palestinians have signed a historic peace agreement. Violence is down. Their economies are booming.
But a new evil looms on the horizon. A dictator is rising in Russia. Iran is feverishly building nuclear weapons. A new Axis of Evil is emerging, led by Moscow and Tehran. And Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy - two senior White House advisors - find themselves facing the most chilling question of their lives: Is the world rushing to the brink of an apocalypse prophesied more than 2,500 years ago?
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©2005 Joel C. Rosenberg; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"The book is better written and more complex than Left Behind, to which it will inevitably be compared." (Publishers Weekly)
I have now listened to the entire series. I really liked the stories, and was amazed at how well he called some of the happenings in his book in parallel with what is happening right now with the middle east and our economy. I have been recommending this series to all of my friends and family. It is less preachy than the left behind series, and i appreciated all of his information he included in his story about what part of the Bible he was using as a basis for his fictional story.
I think this book is great. I love the whole series. It is well written and I loved the way it was read. It makes you feel like you are there and viewing the whole thing. I would recommend this to all of my friends.
Excellent read (listen), kept us guessing at each turn. We found it well researched, enjoyable and thought provoking! Great job and I would recommed this book to all my friends.
At times during a pivitol point in the book the narrator rushed the book almost to where you couldn't undstand what he was saying.
The plot held my attention.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book, very good suspense and action and he seems to know the scriptures well. I am so looking forward to his other books in this series :-)
Lawlor yes, Rosenberg no chance.
Could have been a great story and narrator was great but if it's a book about finding Christ and a kind and gentle George Bush than say that in the details and I wouldn't waste my time. This is only the second book, out of over a hundred, that I couldn't finish and the first review I've ever written. I got to about 3 hours left and just couldn't stomach all the god god god crap. Believe what you want, worship who you want but don't try to force it on others disguised as a book! I am a Lutheran who believes in God but to much is to much! Glad audible takes returns!
Life is a journey, enjoy it......because one day it will all end.
About a seven.
Yes. This book was very well done in a kept you engaged quite a bit.
This was quite a good book with a lot of action built in. I would recommend this book as long as you like Rosenbergs other works such as the 12th Imam. If you do not like religion in any book that you read I would take a pass on this if I were you.
This is a bible based writer and although not so much religious faith but historic religion tied to current events. I loved it. The story moves well and has a lot of information.
His writing seems logical and the story carried a lot of information.
Patrick puts the right drama for each character. He also speaks with urgency that carries you away with him.
Hero and heroine captured, separated, tortured. A real tense time.
I am listening to all of Rosenberg's series. I hope the next two are as good as the last two.
Big Band jazz lover
Not so far. Just concluded the first part and am seriously considering putting it down. Between fundamentalist witnessing and theology lessons on the Old Testament, I am feeling hugely overdosed on religion.
Not without the caveat that the book spends an inordinate time postulating on religion.
He is okay. I have no specific issues with the narrator or his work.
I think if I had known the extent religion plays in the book, I would have chosen differently.
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