Book 1 in the best-selling Left Behind series is available once again in mass paper. Airline pilot Captain Rayford Steele guides his terror-filled 747 back to the ground with more than 100 seats empty except for clothes, jewelry, eyeglasses, shoes, and socks. He and Cameron "Buck" Williams, who... show more
Book 1 in the best-selling Left Behind series is available once again in mass paper. Airline pilot Captain Rayford Steele guides his terror-filled 747 back to the ground with more than 100 seats empty except for clothes, jewelry, eyeglasses, shoes, and socks. He and Cameron "Buck" Williams, who had been on Rayford's plane, launch a frantic search for the truth.
Publish date: September 1st 2000
Publisher: Living Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Left Behind (#1)
Pretty good armaggedeon story. I started to roll my eyes, though, when Buck used 'the Force' to overcome Nicolae in his meeting at the end. Definitely a good read though, and anticipating book 2.
Let’s begin with saying that the whole reason why I picked up this book is because the movie version is coming out and like any other book addict, I wanted to read the book before embarking on a rough journey that is “ A Nicholas Cage movie “ So I figured out that the Left behind book is actually a ...
I didn't expect to like this really. Not given what I'd heard of its Christian Fundamentalist plot and themes. However, I know this is enormously popular, a huge bestseller, and I do sometimes like to read such books, to better understand their appeal. And if they're really bad... Well, I found the ...
Now, I am going to try to write this commentary without using any profanity whatsoever, namely because I have yet to encounter a commentary where somebody has not used some form of profanity in relation to this book (and these people are Christians as well). Look, I admit that there are books out th...
I don't really dislike this book. It was just too boring for me. I've read the book of Revelations, so I know what to expect going in to this. It just didn't keep my attention. But for people like my husband, it was like gold. I suppose it's not for everybody.