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Their story unfolds and brings other characters to them in a way that takes you to into the story as well.
I had feared that the book couldn't possibly stay good enough through the end to live up to the promise of the first half, but it just got better and better.
There is much mention of the rapture in the book, but there is no resolution with whether or not there are actually people raptured.
A cli-fi novel that explodes with a vision of a future we need to protect against, this book does the trick and then some. Loved it, and woke me up some more. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel Halevi Bloom
I loved The Rapture! It sunk its hooks in me and ! I couldn't put it down.Published 4 months ago by G. M. K.
It would be impossible for me adequately to praise Liz Jensen's roller-coaster tour de force of psychological insight, social commentary, and gripping, apocalyptic fiction. Read morePublished 4 months ago by video meliora proboque
An interesting heroine, capturing her anger and inability to accept her accident and being confined in a wheelchair. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sara Stamey
I read this a few years ago. I planned to re-read it before I reviewed it to provide more details, but with the new ToS for Vine I no longer have the leisure. Read morePublished 19 months ago by K. Sozaeva
This is a very original novel with great ideas and plot lines BUT....I agree with another amazon reviewer who says the writing style is distracting. Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by carol irvin
This is the first time I have ever read anything from this writer, but I will definitly be reading more.Published on April 7, 2012 by Deborah K. Keeton
Gah! Unfortunately I am one of those readers who has to finish every book I pick up. Otherwise, I would have quit this one a long time ago. Read morePublished on June 16, 2011 by A. Howell
I'm going to start this review with some cover love. The Rapture has a beautifully effective cover that is both dramatic and eye-catching. Read morePublished on May 3, 2011 by Shelagh