His Excellency Global community Potentate Nicolae Carpathia is back, this time as Satan. Resurrected and indwelt by the devil himself, it’s no more Mr. Nice Guy as the beast tightens his grip as ruler of the world. Ensconced in a new safe house, the Trib Force suffers tragic loss at the dawn of the second half of the seven-year tribulation, the Great Tribulation. Meanwhile, Carpathia plans his overt attack on the so-called Judah-ites, while the Trib Force gears up for its most ambitious countermeasures ever. And the battle is launched between the forces of good and evil.
©2000 Tim LaHaye (P)2000 Books In Motion
Audible addict - Member since 2006 - How does this thing actually calculate time?
I only know what halogens in this book because I've read it. The performance was abysmal. I think there's an accidental pirate in there somewhere. Very disappointed.
To have been read by Richard Ferrone
Yes, by a different narrator.
After following the series as read by Richard Ferrone I was disappointed to fine that he had not narrated "The Mark". So I tried the most recent recording read by Jack Sondericker. What a huge fail. The accents are terrible, a New Zealander sounds Cockney, Zion the Jewish rabbi sounds like a Nazi!! His name is pronounced "see on" instead of Zion. And Carpathia and Fortunado are so over the top as to sound cartoonish. I didn't make it past chapter 3.
The book, yes. This specific recording, no.
I love the series in a whole!
I believe it already does.
This recording makes it sound like I have a blown speaker, no matter what device it is played on. Really takes away from the story.
I love the reflection in the authors voice; it helps to tell the story so that you become more apart of the book.
I tried to read it on my own, but found myself drawn back to the audio.
How realistic things can be: that there is a never ending battle between good and evil; a choice will need to be made.
Just the solid faith of the characters to fight for God.
Almost - but it took me two days.
Can't wait to the next one.
This book is okay, just not biblically accurate. Writers use the "trinity" in these books and the word "trinity" is not used in the Bible.
Have found audiobooks to be a great way to pass time during long car road trips for work, and Audible makes it easy.
Starts slow, ends better.
The scene at the safe house between Rayford, Chloe, Albi, and the GC.
This books starts slow because it rehashes the first 7 books. Also, the relationship between Rayford and Leah is tiring. Tee book ends well, though and sets up the next one well.
I have read and listen to every book in the series from left behind to the glorious appearing and I have greatly enjoyed them all thanks to Tim LaHaye Jerry B. Jenkins for these amazing book and to Audible for making book come to life
I never read Revelations before mostly out of fear. Now I am actively studying it because if this series. Love these books.
really enjoyed this audio book and thought it was well read. would recommend this series
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