Book Reviews of Millennium Rising (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)

Millennium Rising (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)
Millennium Rising - Audio Cassette - Abridged
Author: Jane Jensen
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ISBN-13: 9781567408669
ISBN-10: 1567408664
Publication Date: 10/6/1999
Edition: Abridged
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Publisher: Nova Audio Books
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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A religious miracle begins the countdown to Judgment Day...if you wonder about these things...this book is for you.
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Great story!!
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in a village in mexico, thousands of believers and twenty four specially chosen men and women witness the miraculous, the impossible, and the terrifying. suddenly, from california to india, religious leaders of all persuasions face their flocks and utter the unimaginable, the day of judgment is at hand.
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With "Judgement Day" Jane Jensen has produced a fascinating and unique look at the "end time". From the prophesy of Nostradamus throgh all the religions and splinter groups and right on to world governments,everyone gets in on the act.
When a secret group decides to fake the Apocolypse for the "good of mankind" things go horribly wrong and quickly get out of control. Billions have died, an atomic war has begun, food production is destroyed, a pandemic is killing everyone, the earth is beginning to shake itself apart and 24 prophets supposedly know what's going on and what to do.
A reporter and a nearly defunct priest figure out the truth but they are helpless to stop it.
Only the subconscience of the human race is able to turn the tide of this world-ending event....but how can this occur.
Although not bursting at the seams with action this is a very good read which will actually leave you wondering about a lot of things.
It's basically a Micheal Crighton meets Dan Brown meets James rollins romp.....entertaining as it.