And in the midst of a world ready to explode, American president James MacPherson's second term is ending. The battle to succeed him is heating up into the most fiercely contested presidential election in American history. Who will lead a bitterly divided country over the next four years? And just what role - if any - does the U.S. play in history's last days?
As the presidential campaign narrows into a dead heat, the Secret Service learns of a catastrophic terrorist plot to assassinate one of the candidates - but which one? Who do they want dead? And can U.S. forces stop the terrorists before millions lose their lives?
©2008 Joel C. Rosenberg; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio
"His novels seem to be ripped from the headlines - next year's headlines." (Washington Times)
"Gigante blazes through it with clarity and aplomb." (AudioFile)
The author is very creative spinning a believable scenario of the politics and economics that could lead to the end times. I enjoyed the tale, although it was wordy. I wonder if an abridged version would have been sufficient....Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed it!
I moved to Springfield, Mo. late in 2013 to be a caregiver to a daughter who has an incurable disease.
The Bible talks about how terrible the tribulation will be, but listening
To this book. Makes the harries more real.
I realize this is just a fictional story, but the real thing could be even worse.
Thinking of all the evil in the world today, we should thank God for His
Great love and mercy toward America and pray that many people will
be saved before the Rapture!
I love books with significance
The story just continues and the insight of the author is amazing and exciting
The whole series is excellent
Born again Christians
stop telling me who's speaking and just perform. Movement from one scene to another was not consistent.
interesting geo-political situations...but not really plausible.
Life is a journey, enjoy it......because one day it will all end.
I have listened to the entire series. There were a few points in this book that I thought about shutting it off because it became a bit much. All in all the story is not bad but there are times when the author gets a bit preachy. I consider myself religious, but there are times in this book where it goes a bit overboard. I would say if you are a big fan of the Left Behind series then you would like this book.
I need characters that are more than one-dimensional stereotypes. They could have limited all the frenetic narrative and political speculation which stalled the action and made the characters minor players in the story. I got sick of listening to the narrator screaming about the devastation over and over and over and over. Finally turned the thing off.
The frenetic narrative for hours gave me a headache.
Too much time wasted on political speculation on who was the enemy. I could watch fox news if I that kind of stuff entertained me.
After the opening, the action stalled and disintegrated into political speculation and intrigue by stereotypical villains. There was little time spent on developing the characters. the story just bounced around from one person to the next without giving enough time for me to get to know any one character.
The story ends with an heroic climax. The possibility that prophecy might turn out this way is interesting.
The relationship between the hero and heroine.
The way it was done, drew me into the imagination of the story. It felt as if I was there.
It makes me weep for the USA and for the fate of the world when alienated from God.
Read the entire series!
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