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Ex-presidential candidate Pat Robertson briefly outsold Michael Crichton with his apocalypse novel The End of the Age (now available on audiocassette), and the similar The Third Millennium sells well, but the Left Behind series is the absolute champion in the race to make the Book of Revelation into racy thriller reading. --Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Revelations is the most debated and the least understandable book of The Bible.
It is a fictional book about something that is really going to occur and it does make you stop and think of what will happen to those that are left behind.
The first book, so far, has good character development, very interesting plot twists and a real heart racing pace towards the end.
I'm gonna be vague cuz usually I write a lot and I'm not up to it today.
It teaches you wonderful lessons.
This book--and the whole series--is so poorly written as to be intolerable. Worse yet is the theology presented; I'm disgusted that these books have been so popular.Published 3 days ago by Charlie
In Left Behind LaHaye and Jenkins craft a fascinating story of what it will be like on earth when Jesus comes again and gathers believers from all nations to heaven. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Louise Pearson
I love the how it keeps you on your toes. And it makes me realize how important it is to accept Christ. The end times could be rapidly approaching us now.Published 3 days ago by M Cooper
This is a book about the "end times" and the "rapture" based on Revelations. It is well written and keeps you turning the pages, not wanting to put the book down. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Cathryn J. Allen
I chose five stars for this book because it was so detailed. it was a great explanation of the book of Revelation. I can't wait to read the second book!Published 5 days ago by Mackenzie Carter
I think there was way too much superfluous writing done during character development. More could have been done to build a foundation for Carpathia. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kevin Hardin