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- Print Length: 399 pages
- Publication Date: July 1, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005U76PWA
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TV reporter Rachel Singer has the scoop of the century -- a direct pipeline to the Almighty, and the time and date of the final judgement. It rockets her out of minor-league television and straight to network. That has implications of its own. How will she use the information? And how will it effect the upcoming election? How will the world react when they learn that they, not God, will judge who is worthy of life and who deserves to flung into non-existence.
Nick Harlow hooked this newsie with one hell of a scoop, and an intriguing cast of characters, both slimy and righteous. He weaves their stories into a twisting tale of what is wrong with this world and what it will take to turn things around. Their stories intertwine in a Washington soap-opera worthy of day-time television. But who will make the cut? And what will Rachel do with the information she learns along the way? Will she use it for her career? Or will she take the high road?
I thoroughly enjoyed The End. I went in expecting another newsroom story, and got something so much more.
in the world. I don't think we will be subjected to this inspired tribunal. I'll stick with the message in Revelations. This book was kind of fun
reading, but it made no sense.