The Left Behind series is one of the greatest successes in the history of publishing, with each of the 12 original novels and the first prequel all cracking the New York Times best seller list. All together, more than 60 million copies of the books are in print, meaning they comprise the fastest-selling adult fiction series of all time. Phenomenally popular authors Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins gave their devoted fans what they wanted, more, when The Rising began the Before They Were Left Behind series, the thrilling saga that leads to the events of the original books. Now The Regime propels the story forward.
As the Antichrist continues to rise, Rayford, Buck and Chloe live their lives unaware that the globe is hurtling toward the Rapture. But when events in Israel heat up, the drama intensifies, and humankind steps ever closer to the seven years of Tribulation.
©2005 Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins; (P)2005 Recorded Books
"Among the best-selling fiction books of our times, right up there with Tom Clancy and Stephen King." (Time)
What can I say. Every book in the Left Behind Series is superb! This is no exception. The Regime is the second part to the Before they were Left Behind Novels. It provides the backstory to the characters and events that led up to the Rapture. The narrator is excellent! His voice is smooth and convincing.
An enjoyable book that makes one really think if the antichrist could be among us now!
I usually find Richard Ferrone an excellent narrator, but I was surprised by some of his pronunciations in this book.
I very much enjoyed the story, but I didn't appreciate the change of narrators. The new guy pronounced names differently and hardly changed voices and accents for different characters like John Sondericker used to.
I loved the series up to this book.. It has some inconsistencies in the story line and as it progressed more and more showed up. Introducing characters to each other far too early in the prequel. I do like how the Irene and Rayford in general, but some of the details take away from the original story and feels uncomfortable. Although this narrator did a fine job, I miss other narrator. words were pronounced differently.
Report Inappropriate Content