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Publisher's Summary

In the third book of The End series, Joshua Jordan remains in Israel during his self-imposed “exile” out of the reach of U.S. authorities who have trumped-up false criminal treason charges against him. His wife, Abigail, continues to lead the Roundtable to prove the innocence of her husband.
Following the nuclear attack by Russia, Israel is cleaning up the bodies of dead enemy soldiers for 7 months and setting out on its 7 year plan - both per the prophecies in Ezekiel. As corruption in high government offices threaten to block the election of a worthy presidential candidate by all means necessary - including the unthinkable - Israel’s leadership is tempted to sign a “peace” proposal initiated by the UN under the authority of Coliquin. After he discusses this plan with Pastor Peter Campbell, Joshua is convinced Coliquin may well be the prophesied Anti-Christ and that his peace plan is a trap to destroy Israel.
Are the recurring dreams Joshua has had about the coming rapture from God. And is the end sooner than anyone expects?
©2012 Tim LaHaye (P)2012 Zondervan
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3 out of 5 stars
By Eliza on 01-23-13

Story and narration are very good however (comma)

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes. However I would tell them that the DIALOG between characters was sometime not realistic. The story is very good and very believable and for those who care about such things, it was scripturally sound.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Brink of Chaos?

There was one but it would be a spoiler to mention it.

What does Stefan Rudnicki bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The narrator was VERY good, which, to me, means I felt that I WAS reading the book. I really don't want a narrator to interpret the book for me. Stefan Rudnicki does not seem to try to do that. The narration was very smooth and not at all distracting.

Could you see Brink of Chaos being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

I certain could see the book being made into a movie. I have no opinion about the actors, because I don't know them, I rarely watch movies.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 10-08-12

Ready for the next book!

Would you listen to Brink of Chaos again? Why?

no...only because i dont listen to books again after i've already completed them.

Any additional comments?

Great series!! A little bit like "Left Behind", but so much more! And, different as these three books have taken us with the Jordan family and their friends up until the Rapture. A believeable storyline and makes you think just how close we might be to some of these events and, therefore, what changes should we make in our lives to be better prepared and share the gospel of Jesus with others! :-)

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