The third Left Behind pequel. Time seems to slow as the clock ticks down. Pan-Con Airlines captain Rayford Steele prepares for a flight to London with beautiful flight attendant Hattie Durham. Because of his wife's newfound faith, Rayford looks forward to time and the possibilities with Hattie.
Journalist Cameron "Buck" Williams is in Israel when the Russians attack, and he experiences for himself the miraculous deliverance of the Holy Land. Buck cannot deny Chicago bureau chief Lucinda Washington's insistence that the event was prophesied in Scripture, though he dares to not consider the personal ramifications.
©2006 Tim LaHaye, Jerry B. Jenkins (P)2006 Books In Motion
I enjoyed the closure on the whole story. But.. This was probably one of the worst narrator performances I've heard. Not that he stuttered or slurred; this guy should have been a sports commentator. He talked super fast and didn't change voices for different characters, which sometimes made it hard to follow a conversation of two people. To me it sounded like he didn't care for what he was reading and just wanted to get through it as fast as he could..
I would, I haven't read it, it seems more adventures than the book, the narator is good
Irene, I really loved how he did her voice
Irene, I would like to talk to her about her faith.
"Strictly for Credulous Fans"
Boringly repetitive plot lines with ludicrous finale, cashing in on the already published subsequent volomes.
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