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In Tim LaHaye—creator and co-author of the world-renowned Left Behind series—and Craig Parshall’s Edge of Apocalypse unabridged audio download, Joshua Jordan’s new weapons defense system will secure America against an array of new enemies, including a nuclear strike on New York City by North Korea. But global forces are mounting and corrupt government leaders will go to any extreme to prevent an impending economic catastrophe. As world events begin setting the stage for the “end of days” foretold in Revelation, Jordan must weigh the personal price he must pay to save the nation he loves.

©2010 Tim LaHaye & Craig Parshall (P)2010 Zondervan

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Sermon alert

I wish audible would make it more clear when a book is a religious vehicle. This is the third "mystery/thriller" category book I have bought in a row that is no more than a sermon in disguise. Soooo disappointed. Please add a religious category so I can avoid it as I do other categories that are not of interest to me. I check synopsis and read reviews but keep getting fooled. I am now going to start checking authors before I buy as they tend to run true to form. I am sure others would appreciate a religious category during audible specials.

5 of 14 people found this review helpful

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  • Doug
  • Golden, CO, United States
  • 07-22-10

Religion & Spirituality Book-NOT Fiction

This is a Christian publication hidden behind a fiction title; unless you have strong Christian beliefs, and want to listen to an end-of-times self-proclaimed prophet, don't bother with this book. It has just too many unbelievable and often-times irrelevant situations.

In addition, the author(s) constant reference to an "All-Phone" instead of what the rest of the world refers to a "cell-phone" is just strange, especially for a book released in the last few years. Cell-phones currently play videos, allow for reading news, etc., and we aren't en-masse changing what we call them.

Finally, the narrator has (or was told to put in) nerve-racking, totally silent pauses between chapters, causing constant checking to see if my IPOD had stopped or shut off.

The story had promise, but instead of reading what started out as a decent novel I instead felt like I was listening to one sermon after another.

14 of 44 people found this review helpful

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  • Arturo
  • PHOENIX, AZ, United States
  • 08-10-10

Political + Religious

I didn't realize it would be a story about how liberals are supposed to be pro terrorism + anti-America... if anything, I guess it is a look into the mind of a fox news fanboy that takes all the inflated, sensational stories as fact.
I didn't mind the religious side of it.

6 of 29 people found this review helpful

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Great Beginning, but the stereotyping killed it.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

People who think in black and white distinctions.

What was most disappointing about Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall ’s story?

The stereotyping of the stupid evil left wing liberals vs. the heroic wronged, intelligent conservatives was simplistic and offensive.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Edge of Apocalypse?

I would not know where to begin. If the authors could have presented the two sides in more realistic terms, the plot may have carried the book further.

Any additional comments?

The setting was great and the plot intriguing. I thought in the early pages, I had found an new and imaginative situation set in the near future. While I can see the possibility that this situation could be reality, it seemed so disappointing that the complexity of the two sides of the conflict in the US government could be depicted so unrealistically and in such a biased manner turned me off. I could not finish the book.

0 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • Julia
  • McCra Vic
  • 08-25-13

I wish I hadnt wasted a credit

This book is so full of religious and political crap and the story in unbelievable how can one guy save the planet then get taken to court for not asking for government permission first, its stupid and then to try connect whats happing in the world to day with what is prophesied in the Bible and not even do a believable job of it. 'Dont waste a credit on this book!!!!

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  • Paul
  • New York, Virgin Islands (U.S.)
  • 08-17-10

Awful

I want my money back! Every conservative cliche, scapegoat, straw man ....all in one piece of evangelical propaganda.

5 of 32 people found this review helpful

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Religious Ripoff

Following on another reviewer's comments. Bought this in an Audible series promotion. Just wanted an escapist thriller and quickly found myself listening to a set up for the second coming of Christ. Would never have bought this if I had known what it really was. Stopped listening when I realized and checked the reader reviews. Audible should list it in their faith novels and let people know. Unfortunately, I got sucked into the sale and didn't take time to read a review of this book before I purchased it. I loathe phoney faith books.

0 of 4 people found this review helpful