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The Prodigal Project Book 4: Kings Paperback – August 31, 2004
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Ken Abraham is the bestselling author of LetÂs Roll with Lisa Beamer and Payne Stewart with Tracey Stewart.
Daniel Hart served a tour of duty for the U.S. Army in Vietnam. He was also a decorated veteran of a large metropolitan police force before turning to writing full time.
Book Four in The Prodigal Project series continues the saga of those left behind after the shocking Rapture lifts believers from the earth. The authors base this story on the biblical interpretation of the Rapture in Revelation. Narrator Dick Hill plays seven major characters with unique pacing, accents, and style. His sinister depiction of Azul Dante, perhaps the long-dreaded Antichrist, is filled with threat and foreboding. His portrayal of the preacher from the Crystal Cathedral combines thunderous voices that fade to ghostly echoes and a strange sense of hopelessness that enhances his mysterious message. This well-done series depicts a dramatic test of faith. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The shipping and actual product I received from this seller were fine, but if you want my opinion, don't bother buying this book or reading this series. Why?
1. It's a knock off of a more popular series
2. It's characters and their development strain credulity, even for apocalyptic sci-fi
3. This is the LAST BOOK published, even though it is not the end of the series. What that means is that you will get involved in a storyline and it will abruptly drop off here (there is no book five), presumably because the books stopped selling.
Waste of time.