Thunder of Heaven - Tim LaHaye & Craig Parshall

Thunder of Heaven

By Tim LaHaye & Craig Parshall

  • Release Date: 2011-07-12
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 33 Ratings

Description

The End Series by New York Times bestselling author Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall is an epic thrill ride ripped from today’s headlines and filtered through Scriptural prophecy. As world events begin setting the stage for the “end of days” foretold in Revelation, Joshua Jordan must weigh the personal price he must pay to save the nation he loves. This eBook will appeal to the tens of millions of fans who have already made Tim LaHaye a household name and one of the best selling authors of all time. Thunder of Heaven is a return to form for Tim LaHaye, whose previous prophetic fiction series, Left Behind, has sold roughly 70 million copies. Those who have read Left Behind and who are eager for more highly charged fiction based on biblical prophesies will embrace Thunder of Heaven for the same reasons that turned Left Behind into the world’s most celebrated publishing phenomenons of the last two decades.

Reviews

  • Drivel

    1
    By Kar98
    This work shamelessly panders to right wingnuts who live and die with the Rush Limbaugh and Faux News daily talking points. Frankly it's enough to make you sick. It exploits the increasingly disenfranchised angry white reader by stoking his or her conspiracy theory fears. They include: how the politicians (read the President and his weak-kneed administration) aren't protecting the country's "real patriots" who it turns out have pretty fascist tendencies - after all, they know best what's right for their, I mean "our" country. How North Korea, Iran, and what the heck, Russia are in cahoots and trying to detonate a nuclear bomb in our midst. How the Administration wants to prosecute the "real patriots." Some of which are holed up in their Colorado silo, I mean mansion, called "Hawks Nest." There's plenty of military nonsense throughout this novel with plenty of "yes sirs," and "no sirs" which glorify the "real patriots." I'm not one to rain on anyone's religous beliefs, but the "end of times" blather (Is this actually Christian stuff?) runs all through this piece. Really, the whole concoction has a distinct fascist subtext which no real American should be able to stomach, the religious overtones notwithstanding.
  • Series worth the read

    5
    By Nick9toons
    This is an excellent series to read about a walk in faith. I recommend it to everyone.