at this book i was done with reading it. it was just too much for me to read and it wasn't that interesting anymore. i was over it. and it was sad i never made it through the whole series. but it just didn't appeal to me anymore.
Great book. Quality drama and sci-fi. It leaves you with a real sense of foreboding. Even though I do not believe in a "Pre-trib" rapture I thought this was great for the "pre-trib" ilk. I think Christians working right under the Antichrist nose was very Biblical and thought provoking. Remember Daniel and the three Hebrew Children? Remember Esther? The rulers they worked under though not the actual antichrist surely had the same like spirit of hell. I thought it was well thought out and transfixing! Bravo!
Great "Fiction." I've read the first 8 of the books and this one seems to be the slowest of them. I've enjoyed many of the other ones, but this one starts slow, and it picks up after a while, a long while, but this one ends very good. While the fiction is good, doctrinally, like most of them, it is not too sound. They got the pre-trib rapture part right, but Christians working for the anti-christ; all I have to say is "No!" But that's what adds to the entertainment. For entertainment I would give this book a 4, but for doctrine I would give it a 2, and doctrine pulls more weight in this issue, so hence, it gets a 2.5.
This eighth book in the Left Behind series starts to pick up the pace after the three hundred pages spanning three days in the last book. It starts to speed up, but it sometimes feels like it doesn't have the momentum. Still, it doesn't fail to disappoint avid Left Behind readers (hence the high rating).