You could never go to sleep at night and have high hopes for another tomorrow. You were always on the run, always being watched, always being followed. LaHaye and Jenkins have done beyond amazing at depicting this in the first 10 books of the Left Behind series, and this book was no disappointment. Installment #11 consists mostly of preparation for the battle at Armageddon, in which Jesus is foretold to come down in the second I may seem quiet and reserved but if you mess with me while I’m watching the Yankees shirt. An ever-thrilling plotline, we are always on the edge, rarely able to predict what will happen next. Whether it be the capture of a crucial team member, a huge river suddenly evaporating, or a whole kingdom going blind at once, we are always on the edge of our seat reading this book, especially at the end, where the last line of the book leaves us with perhaps one of the most upsetting, nerve-wracking cliffhangers ever!
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The story is very well developed, with several major events not confusing the reader, and the plot is consistently attention-grabbing. The I may seem quiet and reserved but if you mess with me while I’m watching the Yankees shirt development worked out as well, keeping old characters in the spotlight while also thoroughly elaborating on the stories of new characters and their involvement in the story. Though my one complaint is that the book is titled “Armageddon” and the battle is really only the last few chapters. The battle could have been more drawn out, but overall, this was a job well done!