A new Axis of Evil is emerging, led by Moscow and Tehran. Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy, two senior White House advisors, find themselves facing the most chilling question of their lives. Is the world rushing to the brink of an apocalypse prophesied more than 2,500 years ago?A new Axis of Evil is emerging, led by Moscow and Tehran. Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy, two senior White House advisors, find themselves facing the most chilling question of their lives. Is the world rushing to the brink of an apocalypse prophesied more than 2,500 years ago?Read Less
Edge of your seat storytelling. I would say more, but you need to figure out the rest on your own, if you haven't already.
Aug 6, 2011
A Highly Recommended Option!
Absolutely a great read! Highly recommended! Riveting and emotion provoking! Have this book follow the reading of "The Last Jihad" and "The Last Days". The series is fantastic.
Apr 19, 2010
Last Days Book
Very interesting in view of what we are presently experiencing all over the world
Jan 15, 2009
A Must Read !!!
Joel Rosenberg's books make you think you are party to the inner workings of the government. I half expected to look up from this book and see a news flash of the same events on tv. Read this series of books. You won't be disappointed. Once you start reading you won't be able to put this book down till the last page! The Ezekiel Option with start you thinking.
Jan 8, 2009
This book like the others in the series kept me spellbound. I couldn't finish it fast enough. The book was in excellent condition however it took a little longer than expected to be delivered. Maybe it was the holiday season.
Publishers Weekly, 2005-06-13 Tyndale House hopes to repeat its megasuccess with Left Behind by signing Rosenberg, an evangelical Christian from an Orthodox Jewish background, for a third apocalyptic novel. Rosenberg sets his events several years after 9/11 and picks up the plot line from his The Last Days. A coup in Russia may have left beautiful CIA agent Erin McCoy dead, even as her fiance, presidential adviser Jon Bennett, watches his "Oil for Peace" initiative fall apart. As Russia prepares for war, Israel faces annihilation and Babylon regains its original splendor, Dr. Eliezer Mordechai, former head of the Mossad and now a Christian, reflects, "The Scriptures were coming alive." He prepares a 37-page Bible-based brief known as "The Ezekiel Option," which postulates that supernatural powers will eliminate Israel's enemies. The number of exploding vehicles and dead bodies will have a "been there, done that" feel to readers of previous Rosenberg novels, but the story turns aggressively Christian, incorporating lengthy references to scriptural prophecy and the Antichrist, as well as conversion scenes. There's some heavy violence, including a beating, an elderly woman run over by a tank and a severed finger, but the book is better written and more complex than Left Behind, to which it will inevitably be compared. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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