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Zelma Marie Pack
5.0 out of 5 starsso sad but I will not recommind it
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2014
these books were great but they stop in the middle and leave you hanging with the story about two thirds done. They quit writing in the middle and people should be aware of this as they are buying the three books and finding the rest of the book is not written. I got them for a very cheap price so I did not ask for my money back but the buyers should be told that is is like Left Behind series only does does go to the end. Would have been a great set if it had been finished,.
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2012
I've enjoyed the entire series of the Prodigal Project. I had to order the final three books from Amazon.com and am completely satisfied with each of them. They were exactly as described, in good condition.
5.0 out of 5 starsA n incredible book in a n outstanding series
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2003
After the disappearances of millions of adults and all of the children across the globe, a dynamic new leader emerged to try to bring peace to a troubled world. Azol Dante, a charismatic individual; founded the Prodigal Project dedicated to bring together people into a one world and faith utopia. As Dante consolidates his base of power, the Seven begins to see that he does not have the world's best interests at heart. The Mujahideen led by General Izbek Noir are taking control of central and north Africa, the middle east, and south America. As Muslim fights Muslim, American operative John Jameson infiltrates Noir's security forces but no matter how hard he tries, he cannot take out the Muslim leader. When Noir sends Jameson to kill Dante, the assassin meets reporter Cat Earley, another one of the Seven. Together they race to freedom after John kills Dante's assistant. In a church in Selma, Alabama, four of the seven make contact with Cat, hoping to learn what their role will be in the upcoming Tribulation. This end-times thriller is totally mesmerizing as readers try to figure out what is really happening to the world and why. The authors let the audience know who Azalea Dante and Izbek Noir are supposed to be but give only partial explanation of their respective game plans for the world. With so much action going on, one would think there is no time for character development but the authors make the protagonists and antagonists very believable. This futuristic thriller, the third in the series, gives tantalizing glimpses of what will happen in future books Harriet Klausner