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[ Read Online Soon: The Beginning of the End Ý cats PDF ] by Jerry B. Jenkins ↠´ I greatly enjoyed Jenkin s writing in Riven and the Left Behind series, which is why I bought this novel I definitely enjoyed it and am glad I read it The story was interesting and exciting, and it proposed a thought provoking idea of what the future could hold It is almost like a Christian version of Huxley s Brave New World in that respect.
However, it s simply not as strong as Jenkin s other novels It s not as gripping nor as powerful, and the characters aren t quite as engaging The setting is also less believable, but that is perhaps because it is set further into the future.
Conclusion worth reading if you are a Jenkins fan, or if you like exciting novels Non Christians probably wouldn t appreciate it though.
Such a good novel I was really struck with the idea of how things in the end will be a mirror of the way they were for the early church And I literally got goosebumps at the endingcan t say what happens because of course that would give everything away, but wowwww was it ever awesome P Soon, in many ways, feels like a prologue Though the book is light on action, I got the feeling that the story will really heat up in the next two novels Frankly, Jerry Jenkins isn t my favorite writer, but he does better than usual here I don t agree with the whole Rapture thing, but, as with the Left Behind and Babylon Rising series, it s simply an interpretation of Scriptures that us humans can never fully understand In short, fans of Jerry Jenkins, Tim LaHaye, or Frank Peretti will probably like Soon.
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S The title makes me think of the classic Home Improvement scene When, Tim, when Soon, Jill, soon Loved it The storyline was solid and believable and held my attention till the last word and I m looking forward to reading the next one in the series The best part is I was alerted to the fact that the protagonist s world could very easily become mine very soon I, too, could face such persecution for my faith The question that rolled through my mind on every page was, Would I hold fast to my faith in Christ no matter what it cost Lord help me I greatly enjoyed Jenkin s writing in Riven and the Left Behind series, which is why I bought this novel I definitely enjoyed it and am glad I read it The story was interesting and exciting, and it proposed a thought provoking idea of what the future could hold It is almost like a Christian version of Huxley s Brave New World in that respect.
However, it s simply not as strong as Jenkin s other novels It s not as gripping nor as powerful, and the characters aren t quite as engaging The setting is also less believable, but that is perhaps because it is set further into the future.
Conclusion worth reading if you are a Jenkins fan, or if you like exciting novels Non Christians probably wouldn t appreciate it though.
Such a good novel I was really struck with the idea of how things in the end will be a mirror of the way they were for the early church And I literally got goosebumps at the endingcan t say what happens because of course that would give everything away, but wowwww was it ever awesome P Soon, in many ways, feels like a prologue Though the book is light on action, I got the feeling that the story will really heat up in the next two novels Frankly, Jerry Jenkins isn t my favorite writer, but he does better than usual here I don t agree with the whole Rapture thing, but, as with the Left Behind and Babylon Rising series, it s simply an interpretation of Scriptures that us humans can never fully understand In short, fans of Jerry Jenkins, Tim LaHaye, or Frank Peretti will probably like Soon.
P.
S The title makes me think of the classic Home Improvement scene When, Tim, when Soon, Jill, soon Loved it The storyline was solid and believable and held my attention till the last word and I m looking forward to reading the next one in the series The best part is I was alerted to the fact that the protagonist s world could very easily become mine very soon I, too, could face such persecution for my faith The question that rolled through my mind on every page was, Would I hold fast to my faith in Christ no matter what it cost Lord help me I read this some time ago, not sure when, and while I liked it, it wasn t memorable enough for me to remember how much I liked it So I m giving it three stars.
Full of suspense action a real thriller.
Christy Fiction Award Winner Paul Stepola, An Agent Working For The National Peacekeeping Organization NPO , Has Been Assigned To Enforce Compliance With The World Government S Prohibition On Religion Paul Relishes His Job And Is Good At It He Is Determined To Expose Underground Religion Flush It Out, Expose It, And Kill It Until His Life Is Turned Upside Down And He Is Forced To Look At Life In A Different Way As Paul Begins To Unravel The Truth About What He Has Found, Events Taking Place Around The World Start To Make Sense Something Big Is Coming Something That Can T Be Stopped And It Is Coming Soon I found the writing in this to be surprisingly dry in relation to the subject matter Here s the basic plot after 9 11 in 2001 and the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, the Israeli Palestinian conflict escalates, prompting brutal terrorist attacks in the countries that tried to stop it At the same time there were escalating religious stand offs, causing skirmishes around the world, resulting in World War Three in 2008 apparently the financial crisis in 2008 never happened All out nuclear war follows, with widespread devastation around the world As a result of this, all religions are outlawed Mr Jenkins is the author of the Left Behind series, so you can guess where this is going Soon s protagonist is Dr Paul Stepola, a special agent with the National Peace Organization, in what is lef I loved this book A few reviews I read were comparing it to left behind and were apparently disappointed Lots of authors write different takes on end times and I don t compare one authors work to another Each book is rated on its own I loved how Paul in the book was similar to Paul in the Bible Most authors that write about end times assume Christians will not be persecuted like this till Jesus returns and we are in the tribulation We really don know but I enjoyed this take on it It was an easy read but not at all boring The book really made me think It is possible for this to happen Am ready to get started on book 2.
Defiantly looking forward to the sequelWhile the reviews stated that the book was preachy I didn t find it to be at all Also it was a free nook book Score



Full of suspense action a real thriller.
I read this some time ago, not sure when, and while I liked it, it wasn t memorable enough for me to remember how much I liked it So I m giving it three stars.
I found the writing in this to be surprisingly dry in relation to the subject matter Here s the basic plot after 9 11 in 2001 and the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, the Israeli Palestinian conflict escalates, prompting brutal terrorist attacks in the countries that tried to stop it At the same time there were escalating religious stand offs, causing skirmishes around the world, resulting in World War Three in 2008 apparently the financial crisis in 2008 never happened All out nuclear war follows, with widespread devastation around the world As a result of this, all religions are outlawed Mr Jenkins is the author of the Left Behind series, so you can guess where this is going Soon s protagonist is Dr Paul Stepola, a special agent with the National Peace Organization, in what is lef I loved this book A few reviews I read were comparing it to left behind and were apparently disappointed Lots of authors write different takes on end times and I don t compare one authors work to another Each book is rated on its own I loved how Paul in the book was similar to Paul in the Bible Most authors that write about end times assume Christians will not be persecuted like this till Jesus returns and we are in the tribulation We really don know but I enjoyed this take on it It was an easy read but not at all boring The book really made me think It is possible for this to happen Am ready to get started on book 2.
Defiantly looking forward to the sequelWhile the reviews stated that the book was preachy I didn t find it to be at all Also it was a free nook book Score

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