The world is on the brink of disaster. Iran has just conducted its first atomic weapons test. Millions of Muslims around the world are convinced their messiah — known as the Twelfth Imam — has arrived on earth. Israeli leaders fear Tehran, under the Twelfth Imam’s spell, will soon launch a nuclear attack that could bring about a second Holocaust and the annihilation of Israel. The White House fears Jerusalem will strike first, launching a massive preemptive attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities that could cause the entire Middle East to go up in flames, oil prices to skyrocket, and the global economy to collapse. With the stakes high and few viable options left, the president of the United States orders CIA operative David Shirazi and his team to track down and sabotage Iran’s nuclear warheads before Iran or Israel can launch a devastating first strike. But will they be too late?
©2011 Joel C. Rosenberg (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I couldn't finish the book because of the authors continuous, and obvious intent to persuade the reader to believe that Jesus and the gospels are the only chance of salvation.
Tone down the attempts to convert the reader to his beliefs or at least put the fact into the book description so the reader knows what is coming.
Job well done.
I am disappointed in Audible for not telling potential buyers what the theme of this book is, to bring them to Jesus.
I didn't read the book, but the narration was superb. The characterization was one of the best I have heard.
Holds your interest without excessive violance. There were places where one could catch the breath and ponder what Joel had just said or what had just happened.
All of them.
The Prayer of Salvation.
The plot had great potential. The Shite's Sixth Imam arriving at the same time Iran sucessfully tests it's first nuclear bomb. Unfortunately, the hero's
No. There is too much religion. The good Christians defeat the bad Muslims.
Storyline is torn from current headlines and is very well developed. So it's a good read. However, the religious subplot, pitting Islam versus Christianity, seems contrived and the conversions that take place not credible. In addition many loose ends remain unresolved at the book's conclusion. Not a bad novel, just one that could have been crafted better.
The book has an obvious religious message that the author attempts to deliver through the story of a mid east nuclear crisis. If you want to read about miracles and visions in the midst of pending war, this book is for you. The problem is that the story line is lame and exists only to allow the author to preach. A horrible book.
I enjoy anything about orthodox christanity novels, biographies and history as it relates to christianity.I also enjoyJohn Grisham type nov
Great detail and excellent character development extremely realistic story line. I would highly recommend this book especially to those that are followers of Christ and those that are intrigued by bible prophecy.
Passionate lover of Jesus Christ. I also love reading mysteries and historical books
I've read a lot of books, but it is certainly up there in ranking in the fiction category.
It was a very entertaining 'listen'.
Narration syrupy, plot and characters half dimensional. This is a sad attempt to coordinate end of the world theology, the bible and the koran with present occurrences through the eyes and thoughts of the characters. Sad
"Love my audio's"
Exciting, and certainly possible.
The fact that Mr. Rosenberg is always relevant, regardless of how frightening it is.
Good, have liked them all.
Wake up, Mr President
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