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The Edge of Darkness

The Edge of Darkness Tim LaHaye s most exciting series ever Babylon Rising continues with this explosive new installment including revelations than ever before In The Edge of Darkness LaHaye reveals the mea

  • Title: The Edge of Darkness
  • Author: Tim LaHaye Bob Phillips
  • ISBN: 9780553803259
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tim LaHaye s most exciting series ever, Babylon Rising, continues with this explosive new installment, including revelations than ever before In The Edge of Darkness, LaHaye reveals the mea

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    1. Tim LaHaye Bob Phillips

      Timothy Tim F LaHaye was an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker, best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co wrote with Jerry B Jenkins.He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non fiction.

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    1. ** spoiler alert ** I told my wife never to read this one: she likes happy endings, and the ending of this is anything but. In, fact, it's quite possibly the most depressing ending I've ever read.Lahaye/Dinallo almost seemed intent on making things as bad for the characters as possible, but there really wasn't a terribly clear reason as to *why* things were so rotten for them. Sure, that sometimes happens in real life, but I think we have a different expectation from books. Often, we read to esc [...]


    2. As much as I like fictional series of any kind--sitcoms, book series, movie trilogies, etc.--at least 97% of the time, there seems to come a point where each one "jumps the shark"; that is, it takes a wrong turn from which it never recovers. It's happened in countless ways over the years, but it almost never fails to take place. The Edge of Darkness is the shark jumping moment, as well as the supposed final installment, of Tim LaHaye's Biblically-inspired action/adventure drama Babylon Rising. O [...]


    3. The end of time is coming!So far this is the end of the " Babylon Rising" series. It has been a great ride, so many twists and turns! I thought this would be the end of the series however, LaHaye has led us to the edge,and left us there with so many questions to be answered. Look for another spell binding sequel!! I will!!!


    4. Excellent piece of work. Very enjoyable and hard to put down. Really makes you sit on the edge of your seat. As much as I loved it, I'm sure I would've loved it more had I access to the first 3 books too. Recommended!



    5. Pretty goodI enjoyed the series however the ending was a little lackluster. The first and second books where the best in the series


    6. A disappointing end to an enjoyable series. Some plot threads are resolved, and some are not. It did not feel like this was an intentional ending.


    7. I told my wife never to read this one: she likes happy endings, and the ending of this is anything but. In, fact, it's quite possibly the most depressing ending I've ever read.Lahaye/Dinallo almost seemed intent on making things as bad for the characters as possible, but there really wasn't a terribly clear reason as to *why* things were so rotten for them. Sure, that sometimes happens in real life, but I think we have a different expectation from books. Often, we read to escape, and this just w [...]



    8. Did not like the endingd I agree, there are to many open plots.I can see this growing like the left behind series.


    9. I will be the first to admit that this is an unfair book review. The reason? I did not finish the book. In fact, I have debated about whether or not to even write this review. However, the reason the novel remains unfinished has everything to do with its content, and so I am providing my feedback. Let me first establish my credentials: I love to read. I devour books. Before I had kids, I could finish a book in a day; even now, with kids, I finished the last three Harry Potter books in less than [...]


    10. This is book 4 of the Babylon Rising series by one of the authors of the Left Behind Series. Similiar to that series and the films in that series, this series is about Christians in our day which live in the prophesied days prior to the futuristic Biblical Armageddon. This story is just introducing some of the prophecies prior to the coming of the Anti-Christ. In all of the books in these series, one grows to love the characters, while learning to see things through a fundamentalist Christian go [...]


    11. Author: Tim LaHave & Bob PhillipsSeries: Babylon Rising, Book 4Publisher: Bantam BooksRating: 4.5 starsWhen I reviewed the Europa Conspiracy, I began with the following: "Anyone who really knows me knows that I love both historical and Biblical fiction. This series of books satisfies both as it is dealing with history prewritten (prophecy) and upon the Bible." The Edge of Darkness continues to satisfy my love for such books.In The Edge of Darkness we find Michael Murphy engaged in plenty of [...]


    12. The Edge of Darkness is the fourth book in the Babylon Rising series. I would recommend this book to people who has read the other Babylon Rising books.I think this is my favorite of the four Babylon Rising books. It's my favorite because it takes a break from the standard plot of Murphy getting a clue from Methuselah and going on an expedition to find a Biblical artifact. In this book, although it does start off the same way, is way different than the other three.In this book, some questions ar [...]


    13. Way too skitty-skatty. The plot thickened a bit since Murphy learned Dr. Anderson's secrets in the previous book, but there are still way too many extraneous substories and too much lecturing about every spiritual issue under the sun, that does nothing to advance the main plots of the story. Granted Tim LaHaye is a preacher and he clearly has some bug-a-boos upon which he wants to expound, but he can't preach simultaneously on every aspect of spiritual warfare and prophecy without his listeners [...]


    14. I am a big fan of LaHaye and Myers since the Left Behind Series. Murphy is often times a very believable character, and sometimes a very Hollywood-like, action hero type character. However, that's what helps to separates the fiction from the non-fiction. Accurate Biblical references combined with master-story telling makes for a good read every time.


    15. these books are amazing!!!! they do deal with a lot of real issues, and I can't recommend them to anyone who is not ready or willing to read about what the real world is like They deal with a lot of spiritual issues, especially the last two books, so please do not read these if you are not ready for that kind of thing


    16. This one just fell short of the series. It began with a lot of promise. But most of the book spiraled down into an eschatology lesson. Murphy doesn't begin "the chase" until almost the end. Even most of the research of the Ark and the temple of Dagon is done by others. It hints that there may be future books; however, this one was written nearly seven years ago, so I don't see it happening.


    17. Really enjoyed the series up to this point. Disappointed at the end, as it's not clear if the author is planning to continue the series or he's just left a lot of loose ends for our imagination to wrap up in our own minds. I like more definitive endings, personally. But I would enjoy reading more of Michael Murphy's exploits if another book comes out.


    18. This is the 4th book in the series by one of the authors of the Left Behind books. I definately recommend anyone read these (but start with book one) because they are definate page-turners. Its about a biblical archeologist who tries to find bibilical artifacts but a group called "the seven" are out to stop him. Its a quick, easy read.


    19. At times this book read like a history textbook. Too many details can ruin a good story. There are several side stories that just did not get developed very well. It was almost as if the author started a story but then forgot to finish it.


    20. This is the third of this series I'ved read - suspense type novel set in modern day about Biblical archeologist who discovers Bible artifacts to prove the veracity of the Bible just as the antiChrist is setting up regime - very entertaining - liked this series even more than Left Behind series


    21. Loving the adventure! Although I'm not too happy with Murphy's relationship with Isis, I still enjoy the entire story. I'm not going to spoil the story. :-) If you're an adventure-loving person like me, then this book is for you.


    22. Full of surprisesYet another book full of intrigue and adventure. Tracking down biblical artifacts while being pursued by a person bent on your demise makes this book hard to put down. Disappointed in the ending. Probably because it does not tie up the package.




    23. Excellent series. Hope there's a Book 5 coming. Each book unraveled mysteries of the bible and what they mean today. Awesome read.



    24. i really liked this book but i thought that summer was really annoying and that murphy should have gone with isis



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