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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 425 Seiten
  • Verlag: Tyndale Pub (Juli 1998)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0842329153
  • ISBN-13: 978-0842329156
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 3,8 x 16,5 x 24,1 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.1 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (258 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 589.402 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Having survived the wrath of the Lamb--a global earthquake in the 21st month of the Tribulation--pilot Rayford Steele and reporter Buck Williams now embark on a journey of absorbing adventure and Christian triumph. Soul Harvest is book four in the enormously popular Left Behind series (seven books are planned in all), based on those who are left behind in the Rapture. Written with the same gripping pace of Tom Clancy and John Grisham (film rights have already been sold for the first two books), the authors take us to Iraq, America, underground shelters, and the bottom of the Tigris river as Steele and Williams search for loved ones. Meanwhile, biblical prophecies are fulfilled at every turn, including the great soul harvest. For many Christian followers, this series has become a tangible and thrilling testament to the Book of Revelations. --Gail Hudson

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The Tribulation Force, Rayford Steele and Buck Williams, struggle to survive and find members of their families while fighting the Antichrist.

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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von J. Jacobson am 19. September 2000
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Although Biblicly based, the Left Behind series of which I have now read the first three, celebrate white male supremacy (the protagonists are Buck Williams and Rayford Steele) and they demonize foreigners ( the antichrist is named Carpathia from Romania and his number two man is named Leon Fortunato). The women in the story although Christian are wives, lovers, secretaries etc. There are no female heroes so far. Hattie Durham, the blonde bombshell who almost hit it off with Rayford Steele is pregnant with the child of the antichrist and since abortions are not a possibility with this group I am curious as to how L&J deal with this issue.
This is an action adventure series and L&J provide the necessary tension to keep you guessing. It is however written at about the 8th grade level so you will not need a dictionary.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Pat Caneday am 12. Juli 2000
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PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE BECOME BETTER WRITERS SO I CAN AT LEAST JUSTIFY MY ADDICTION TO READING ALL OF THESE BOOKS!
Having now read 4 of these books I can at least say that it is easier to look past the trite, simplistic and hackneyed writing. The dialogue is still like listening to 3rd graders play make-believe and the situations the characters get themselves into are sadly contrived. However, with each book it becomes easier to look past that and enjoy the serial-style excitement these books offer. The vapid characters have become less-annoying, like any friend that occasionally gets on your nerves.
The storylines become more complex as we make our way to the Glorious Appearing heralded in the final book. This complexity is due largely to the fact that we have so much back story now, and that may be another reason I continue to enjoy these books. Don't get me wrong, these are NOT complex books. One just becomes numb to the egregious flaws in the writing and carried away by the world proffered in this scenario.
This book tends to be a bit more blatant in its preaching, but the messages are not bothersome. While they do seem to be dropped into the middle of a chapter like a commercial for Jesus during your favorite soap opera, you are willing to role with them.
This book could have easily been cut in half (as they all could) especially since each of these books covers only about 1-2 weeks of story time. The authors waste so much time describing each character's actions, I often feel as if it is being done on purpose to stretch the series out for another book. Are they trying to get the message out there about God or are they trying to sell more books? You decide. The Tribulation is 7 years, and we get to read about it one day at a time.
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Von Ein Kunde am 16. November 1999
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I think it is great that a Christian Book series is doing so well in the secular market place and I thought the first book (Left Behind) was great. But it is all downhill from there. If you except that the authors get all of the facts straight about the end times (which I do) then you are still left with horrible story telling and unbelievable.
First, a 30-year old (Buck) marrying a 20-year old (Chloe). I don't think so. Why is Ben-Judah the only person in the world that knows anything about Revelations. There is no way that the entire Christian world would have to rely on Ben-Judah for teachings, and if they did, there would be no way they could all communicate with him.
How can a group of six people be called a Force. The six people in the Tribulation Force are not unique. I have no doubt that there will be thousands of groups like the Tribulation Force when the rapture comes. Not just one that is the center of the end times universe.
Why does Buck rescue Chloe from the hospital. She was not in danger. How could he take care of her. He couldn't. She should be dead now.
In soul harvest, Rayford wants to die when he sees Amanda is dead. He says he wants to die so he can spend eternity with his "love" (or something to that effect. Did he mean his first wife which he totally ignored and almost cheated on, or his second wife that was probably a spy for the Anti-Christ (I don't know if she is since I have not read the next book.)
Two more things. First, do not listen to the book on tape. That guy drives me insane. He acts out the voices of every person. Why couldn't he just read the book and let us figure out who is talking. It is not that difficult.
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Von Ein Kunde am 6. Oktober 1999
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I have to admit I'm hooked... reading these ridiculously bad, foolish, and just plain mean-spirited novels is like watching an old Ed Wood movie. It's so horrible that there's almost a genius to it; there's an element of fascination that just grips you. The fourth book has had the most action so far, and the scene where two characters dive into the Tigris river to search a downed plane is great.
I've never read anything quite like this series in my life, and I like to consider myself an avid reader of all kinds of fiction. I've never come across characters so static, so contradictory, and so poorly executed that they're almost brilliant in themselves. Pope Pontifax Peter Mathews, evil world leader Nicholae Carpathia, his right hand Leon Fortunado, ex 747 captain Rayford Steele, and Cameran "Buck" Williams, the abstruse and world renown journalist (who couldn't write a decent church marquee if his static life depended on it) are all so poorly crafted and unbelievable that they deserve an underground cult following of college students who pride themselves on devouring B movies. But unfortunately that would never happen because the theme of the series is so hostile and inhuman that no one in his or her right mind (I'm crazy myself) would continue reading after the first book.
I have never come across anything that so grossly downsizes and eliminates so many necessary human emotions. For example, the characters (who are initially presented as intelligent) never doubt their faith and wonder why they'd want to spend an eternity doing nothing but worshipping and worshipping and worshipping... in a sense, becoming a Borg, the cyborg-like species from the Star Trek series.
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