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4.45 out of 5
ISBN/ASIN : 0842329218
Manufacturer : Tyndale House|
Release data : 28 February, 1999
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Great book, but a bit corny...
I enjoyed the eschatalogical aspects of this book. It is a great book to educate Christians on the Second Coming and the events of the Tribulation. However, the romance in the book was stupid and unrealistic. Yeah, right, an internationally famous, good-looking, formerly non-Christian stud reporter is a virgin at the age of 30? And he's only been a Christian for two weeks? Give me a break! It would have been more realistic, and more instructive for new Christians, if the authors had made Buck realize the errors of his past un-chaste life and then made him pledge to live his life purely with Christ in the future as a NEW Christian with Chloe. The believability quotient of the book dropped for me as soon as the corny, non real-world romance began between Chloe and Buck. I enjoyed the other aspects of the book, but the romance parts read like a cheap dime store novel. For new Christians reading this book, the effect may be for them to feel they're not good enough if they haven't had a pure past like Buck and Chloe. The majority of us were sexual sinners before we became Christians, and some of us were even after we became Christians...why are Buck and Chloe so perfect?
An excellent sequel to Left Behind - a must read for anyone!
This book is an excellent sequel to another great, Left Behind. I believe this series illustrates the coming events in earth's future and challenges audiences who may or may not be Christian. I recommend this book for those interested in Bible prophecy or those simply interested in a riveting novel. One question: When is the next sequel going to appear on the shelves?
Explore Newfound Conversions, Prepare to Battle Antichrist
I read this book in a single day. It does keep you turning the pages. I am not a regular church-goer, and sometimes I found the characters expounding to each other about their newfound faith in a repitious manner. These parts dragged. (Not that the characters wouldn't continue to think aobut their conversions, but the writing about it was done in a very repetitious manner.) So if you are a person who is not DEFINITELY interested in religion and knowing more about the continued propehcies of Revelation, then you would probably not rate this book highly. I still enjoyed the book, and the plot was good. I like the characters. I will be continuing with the Series, but this book left me less excited to go on to the next than the first book did.