The Rise of Antichrist
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.87 hours)
Product Number: Z00513
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449878405
Narrator/s: Richard Ferrone
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The apocalyptic saga, which includes Left Behind and Tribulation Force, continues in the exciting third volume of this best-selling series. In Nicolae, as the dramatic fulfillment of Biblical prophecy is unleashed upon an astonished world, World War III begins. Although the small band of believers called Tribulation Force have been scattered by the outbreak of the war, they draw strength from their faith in Christ. Still working for Nicolae Carpathia, the evil world leader, Rayford Steele helps the believers by passing on information about Nicolae's devastating plans. But spiritual forces have an even greater use for Steele in their battle against the Antichrist. The works of inspirational authors LaHaye and Jenkins have thrilled millions of readers worldwide, and Nicolae creates more breathtaking visions of what many believe will really happen. Through narrator Richard Ferrone's performance, the conflict builds to a fiery climax that will leave you eager for Soul Harvest, the next book in the series.

Series: Left Behind Series No: 3

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Narrator(s): Richard Ferrone
Product Number C1213
Released: Dec 30, 1989
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ISBN: #9780788746383
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Released: Mar 16, 2011
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Professional reviews

"Tom Swift meets Norman Vincent Peale. In the third installment of a quasi-religious fantasy/adventure, a team of modern true believers battles Nicolae Carpathia (as in the Carpathian Mountains, Dracula's bailiwick, get it?), whom they believe to embody the Antichrist. Here, Armaggedon draws nigh as Carpathia sets off WWIII. Richard Ferrone throws himself into the melodrama with an appropriately childlike ingenuousness. He reminds one of a Boy Scout telling his pals a thrilling tale before the camp fire. Y.R. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"

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