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Tribulation Force: The Continuing Drama of Those Left Behind

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Transition

The second book in the Left Behind series focuses again on our main characters: pilot Rayford Steele and his daughter Chloe, reporter Cameron "Buck" Williams, and pastor Bruce Barnes. They have formed their own band of believers, they know that Nicolae Carpathia is the...
The second book in the Left Behind series focuses again on our main characters: pilot Rayford Steele and his daughter Chloe, reporter Cameron "Buck" Williams, and pastor Bruce Barnes. They have formed their own band of believers, they know that Nicolae Carpathia is the Antichrist, and now what will they do?

Rayford and Buck begin to work for Nicolae and his regime (Nicolae creates "Global Everything") and quickly realize that their status as believers is best kept undercover so they can keep working with the other Trib Force members. Some personal relationships are further developed but seem a little awkward in their interactions.

To me, this was sort of a setting the scene book. It is necessary to get from one place to the next, just was not my favorite of all of them....but, I enjoyed it just the same

posted by kristen4mk on August 16, 2011

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Kind of think the premise of Left Behind has gotten lost as the

Kind of think the premise of Left Behind has gotten lost as the series grows. Not sure if I buy the fictionalized version of old school Dallas Theological seminary approach to prophecy. The anti-christ is probably muslim, from Egypt or Turkey not Eastern Europe. The Ten...
Kind of think the premise of Left Behind has gotten lost as the series grows. Not sure if I buy the fictionalized version of old school Dallas Theological seminary approach to prophecy. The anti-christ is probably muslim, from Egypt or Turkey not Eastern Europe. The Ten nation confederacy is the Mediterranean Union not the EU and the USA is not going to be raptured awawy but judged, sadly. That being the case, there are more exciting Christian thrillers out there, some are better written, others are more grounded in the Bible. But a good start for people starting with zero knowledge -- at least the fundamentals of Bible prophecy are in this series and the Jenkins-LaHaye team have struck a nerve in the apocalyptic literature genre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2014

    Love this series

    I lost this book during a move, and am glad to finally have my set complete again

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2014

    TO ALL TOMS

    Go forcemate articstorm to make her pay...she is at burning lights result 5. Im lockedbout.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2011

    NO NOOKbook version?!?!?!

    Excuse my language, but WTH???? I have this ENTIRE series in hardback and recently started traveling and had started reading the series again. I could've brought all the hardbacks with me, but thought it would just be better to buy them on my nook as I read them so I didn't have to travel for the next month with 13 big hard books in tow...so I checked saw that the Left Behind books were available, but I never dreamed that all but a few were available! What a RIP OFF!!!! I should've gotten a Kindle. They have them ALL available. You suck.

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