Is it right to kill Satan's hit man? Would it help God's work? This installment in the Left Behind series picks up with Rayford Steele--"believer" and international fugitive--as he struggles with a plan to assassinate Antichrist Nicolae Carpathia. Meanwhile, Carpathia has been busy rebuilding roads, airports, and a cellular/solar satellite phone system--all designed to help him become supreme ruler of the world--and even claim himself to be God. We also find ace reporter Buck Williams anonymously preaching to the masses of believers and converts through his cyberspace magazine The Truth. All the believers in the safe house, including Buck, Doc, Chloe, and Tsion, are suspicious of Hattie--former mistress of Carpathia--who claims to be a believer but may have already compromised their secret location when she tried to buy her way to Europe months before.
Fans of the series won't be disappointed. Jenkins's signature writing is at full force. Readers can count on a suspenseful plot, imaginative futuristic thinking, and familiar characters, all of which appear in the opening pages and are sustained until the last cliffhanger scene when God unleashes another earth-shattering disaster.
Great Book| Posted July 05, 2012
I am a huge fan of the Left Behind series. The story is interesting and captivating. The characters are so relatable. I could not put the book down. It was so good. I love how the whole series outlines the events of the end times. It makes me look forward to jesus' second coming and want to witness to other people about him.
awesome!| Posted August 22, 2009
This book was an eye opener for me... It showed me on a human's frail attempt to understand God's plan how crazy this world is going to get. I have read the intire series and am amazed by all of them... Even the three new one Tim Lahaye wrote. I just love this book a ton!!!