Book Review: Edge of Apocalypse by Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall
By Cathy Connor
Edge of Apocalypse by Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall
Tim LaHaye’s book Edge of Apocalypse grabs the reader’s attention in chapter one and quickly follows up in chapter two with a vice grip that doesn’t let go. This work of fiction is set “in the Not-Too-Distant future” with American hero and retired Air Force Colonel Joshua Jordan leading the fight against evil forces that sound very believable in today’s real world. Terrorism, secret societies, personal peril, world diplomacy, economic pressures, and the fight to keep our American freedoms are tied into Biblical prophecy in Revelations. Although this novel is written from a perspective much further right than mine, I found the characters and conflicts portrayed to be plausible and gripping. Beware, once you start on this quadrilogy, you won’t want to set it down for long.
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