Apocalypse Unleashed (Left Behind: Apocalypse, #4)

by Mel Odom

Book review

This was a riveting story although a bit violent which is perfectly understandable in a war book.I don't have any military background but I was still right there in the field with First Sergeant Gander in Turkey and also right with his family at home on the military base in the USA.The emotions of the characters rang true, the mother who has lost her child but understands that it is the Tribulation and that her child is with God; and the soldier who is angry at the lost of his child and doesn't want to believe that he can no longer protect his family and especially his son even though he doesn't want to allow himself to think about it.Now he is in the midst of a war, can he trust those he has always trusted?Was his friend murdered because he was trying to convince the other soldiers that this was Tribulation and that they needed to make themselves right with God?Where will his path lead him, to or away from God?The author's character development is excellent and believable.

This is the fourth book in a series which is based on the Left Behind Series.

PublisherTyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release date 02.10.2008
Pages count304
File size4 Mb
eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
Book rating4.13 (94 votes)

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