The world's worst fears have dawned. Nothing stands in the way of total destruction... except the love of one woman.
Deep in the Amazon jungle, a young American woman and the son of plantation owners fall madly in love. For Tanya and Shannon, life is a paradise most only dream about. But today paradise ends. The jungle has hatched more than idyllic love. It has also spawned insidious evil. An evil shrouded in a plot so diabolically brilliant that all of America will be brought to her knees at the hands of a few terrorists. The plan is executed to perfection. There is no way out... save an ancient woman whose dark past has lead her to a life of prayer in preparation for the unspeakable terror about to be unleashed.
©2002 Ted Dekker (P)2010 Oasis
Thunder of Heaven ranks among the top. The story, while minimally continuing the trilogy, is another good story read very well.
Ted Dekker sometimes gets a bit out there in his story lines. Thunder of Heaven and the other books in the triligy are based on characters that anyone can relate to and makes us think about Heaven and the way we live on Earth. As performed, you can easily be taken away and inserted right into the story like a passive observer. It was really difficult to turn off.
Narration was excellent! The story was great and kept me guessing most of the time. Some parts were a little predictable if you are familiar with Dekker's writing style, however all I gave it five stars. Awesome audio book will definitely listen to the trilogy again
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Wonderful ending. Awesome hero. Totally worth listening to. I would recommend this to anyone. Enjoy.
Trust God. Redemption.
Tanya. She seemed real.
Shannon. You saw every different type of person in this one man.
Of the 3 books, this was definitely the best one. What a great story!
This is one audiobook that could be paced better in an ABRIDGED version. Otherwise, the 11+ hours had many repetitive phrases (e.g., ulcerated lip lesion caused by a bug bite, main character's strong leg muscles, etc) that did not enhance the story. Increasing the reading speed barely eased my impatience. The ending was disappointingly banal.
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