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Thousands of years of human history stained by strife, death, and sin come to an end when the King of Glory returns to earth. The satisfying conclusion of the seven years of tribulation covered by the Left Behind series portrays the return of Jesus Christ to earth in both glory and judgment at the height of the battle between the forces of evil gathered at Armageddon and the remaining Christian believers at Petra and Jerusalem. A repackage of the twelfth book in the New York Times best-selling Left Behind series.
Published: Tyndale House Publishers on
ISBN: 9781414341316
List price: $14.99
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I should have left this book behind at the library! Out of all 12 books, this one was by far the most ridiculous. I can't believe I read them all - I'm still not sure how I managed that feat!The authors stretched the arrival of Jesus to 400 pages. I could have done it in four sentences. (Jesus comes. Bad people die. Good people are reunited with their loved ones. The end.) At this point, the characters are almost cartoonish. Carpathia and Leon are so ridiculous, they could have been in the movie Dumb and Dumber. Even Jesus was disappointing - and he was Jesus! I think I'm done with these books. No 'Left Behind: The Kids,' no prequels. I think the authors missed the money they were making so they continued the saga for as long as possible. They will have to continue it without me!more
Awesome book to end the excellent series! True, some of the writing is lacking at times, but all in all, for a fictional series, it was worth the time invested to get through all the books. Recommended reading!more
last of series, enjoyed the first book but couldn't wait for the series to finally come to an end. As the series progressed a large part of the book was spent reviewing the past.more
All of the Left Behind books are provacative and page turning. I read them all at least once a year.more
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I should have left this book behind at the library! Out of all 12 books, this one was by far the most ridiculous. I can't believe I read them all - I'm still not sure how I managed that feat!The authors stretched the arrival of Jesus to 400 pages. I could have done it in four sentences. (Jesus comes. Bad people die. Good people are reunited with their loved ones. The end.) At this point, the characters are almost cartoonish. Carpathia and Leon are so ridiculous, they could have been in the movie Dumb and Dumber. Even Jesus was disappointing - and he was Jesus! I think I'm done with these books. No 'Left Behind: The Kids,' no prequels. I think the authors missed the money they were making so they continued the saga for as long as possible. They will have to continue it without me!more
Awesome book to end the excellent series! True, some of the writing is lacking at times, but all in all, for a fictional series, it was worth the time invested to get through all the books. Recommended reading!more
last of series, enjoyed the first book but couldn't wait for the series to finally come to an end. As the series progressed a large part of the book was spent reviewing the past.more
All of the Left Behind books are provacative and page turning. I read them all at least once a year.more
The final of the series. Iw was terrific...and left more questions to answer. Writing well with true meaning.more
This is the final book in the left behind series. The book is still not well written, but it was able to build suspense. Like the people in the book, I kept anticipating the Glorious Appearing. And the story does keep moving. The book begins with the Battle already started and was able to surprise me (I won't be a spoiler). And ends with Jesus getting ready to start his reign. They do tie up all the story lines. And get most of the biblical prophesies in. But it seemed sort of rushed at the end. Mainly so they could get in what they interpret the Bible to say. But we pay the price in that they neglect the personal storylines (feelings) of the main characters.more
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