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Last Days and Times Paperback – April 26, 2011
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An ancient struggle of good vs. evil is personified in warring factions of two evangelical T.V. preachers. One with a bold plan to bring on the Rapture and one dedicated to thwarting his plans. Along the way, 2 complete strangers are drawn into the conflict and must save the world from the impending Apocalypse.
DAMN this is a good book!- Nuff said!
Stephan Loy is a craftsman. All of his stories are solid builds with engaging plots and a masterful use of the language. What make Last Days and Times truly unique is the warmth and depth given to the characters.
You truly feel for the character Sally Reiser, who wants nothing more than a good life for her mentally-handicapped son, Eulie. You identify with Gary Lamonte, a guy who's fought his way through plenty of disadvantages, never uses them as an excuse, but always remembers where he came from. Rose Vasquez's search for redemption lifts her above the cookie-cutter FBI characters you always see.
Add some Nazi villains, because Nazis are always the best villains, and the threat of nuclear annihilation, and you have a great read.
I'm not kidding. Stephan Loy is walking amongst giants here - Stephen King, James Patterson, John Grisham, he's that kind of storyteller. For 99 cents, you owe it to yourself to give this a try.