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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2003

    If you are not a Christian, WIRED will make you one...

    The world is a scary and dangerous place. It always has been, really, but since the mass disappearance of millions of people several years ago, it's gotten worse. The weather has gone wild, violence is rampant, and there is little meaning to life. Graham and Jackie Peck are good people, trying to make a life for themselves and their children in this chaotic state, when the violence around them touches home. Graham's mother is killed in an apparently random attack, such as is too common lately. When their oldest son wonders what will happen to Grammy now that she's gone and can not accept that she would just not be anywhere anymore, they begin a search for answers and meaning. ................... There could be no better nor more dangerous time to do this. The world's political system is set for the anti -Christ to take over, making all who are trying to reclaim the faith that left the world targets. That includes the Peck family. .................... *** Wired drives home the fact that faith is what gives substance to life. With frightening reality, Mr Wise will make you hope the pre millenialists are right, if you are Christian. If you are not, he will make you want to be one. ***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2011

    Was just okay

    This was just ok for me. There were several places where the dialog rambles on a lot and drags along for page after page.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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