The Last Gentile

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The Last Gentile Trilogy is an incredible story of love and courage. The world is being destroyed and led by evil of the lowest kind! Plagues and disasters are only a part of the torment mankind is facing. Demonic forces are attacking from everywhere. God is in control and the victory is assured, yet Christians still have much to do as they attempt to save the lost before Satan devours them. Travel through the suspenseful plots as our heroes fight to thwart the Antichrist's plan for world domination. Your heart ...
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Overview

The Last Gentile Trilogy is an incredible story of love and courage. The world is being destroyed and led by evil of the lowest kind! Plagues and disasters are only a part of the torment mankind is facing. Demonic forces are attacking from everywhere. God is in control and the victory is assured, yet Christians still have much to do as they attempt to save the lost before Satan devours them. Travel through the suspenseful plots as our heroes fight to thwart the Antichrist's plan for world domination. Your heart will break, but your inner strength and courage will spring to life.

If you thought all Christian end-of-time fiction was created equal...thank again!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780974439808
  • Publisher: BybeeBooks
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2003

    Surprisingly excellent

    I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading this book. Bybee has a gift for drawing you into the lives of the characters. I can't wait to read the next in the series. I am a fan of the Left Behind Series, but I would rank this author higher. His characters are more in depth, and he is more bold in his descriptions of events. This book isn't just another in a long line of End of the World novels....it definitely has its own flare. Don't hesitate to give this book and this author a chance. You won't be disappointed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2003

    Left Behind lovers...this is a MUST read!!

    This book, as well as the other two in the series are well written and exciting. The story line is beautifully depicted and the characters were unforgetable! Dont miss this trilogy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2003

    This trilogy is one of a kind!

    You may think you have read it all-11 books now in the Left Behind series-and this trilogy is just a tag along or another authors stab at an already 'done' subject. I did not expect what I read. These books- The Last Gentile, Deacons Horn and The Final Witness are much more exciting, interesting, romantic, scientific, inciteful and inspired then anything I have read before.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2003

    Outstanding and a must read!

    The message of this book will grasp your attention and draw you closer to your Bridegroom who is due very soon to come collect His bride. You want to be ready. The story this book tells is not one of fantasy, but one of events we may go through ourselves one day. Excellent witnessing tool for others searching for answers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2003

    This book is hard to put down!!

    This is a great book. My wife and I enjoy this novel so much that we read it aloud to each other. This way we enjoy experiencing it together. The book is well written, thought provoking, entertaining, and has obviously had a lot of research put into it. The author has done a wonderful job at writing a fictional story that paints a very realistic picture of what end times may be like.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2003

    Throughly Engrossing

    The book was one that I could not put down after starting. I am not a terribly religious person, but the way the book was written has elements that hook both religious and non-religious people. I have already ordered the other two books in the series and am eagerly awaiting their arrival.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2003

    Exciting and riveting!

    I have read the book, 'The Last Gentile' and found it exciting and riveting. The book is written very scholarly, yet it holds your attention because of its fast-moving story lines which are woven together. I recommend this book about the endtimes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2003

    Awesome!

    I highly recommend this book! Very interesting and full of the word of God.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2003

    Look Out Armageddon This is the Real Deal!

    The Last Gentile by Cary Bybee is a fascinating, easy-reading book that left me in suspense and dying to get my hands on the next book in the series! The author¿s use of everyday, modern characters interwoven into a Christian End-of-The-World framework engages the reader with an appealing plot that should interest Christians and Non-Christians alike. Although this is a fictional work with larger than life events and villains, I also enjoyed the author¿s use of scientific basis relating to disasters and other technical subject matter in the book. I would highly recommend this book to people of all ages and varied backgrounds.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2003

    My personal comments

    The book no not really THE BOOK, but the story about the end of times based on THE BOOK. The characters are as real as any people you have met. The story forces you to reconsider all that you believe in and how you plan to live your life. This book has earned its place on the same shelf as 'The Left Behind' series. Serious, techinical and spiritually uplifting. A definite must read'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2003

    Suspense, romance, science and Bible prophecy all rolled up in one great book!

    <i>The Last Gentile</i> is the first book of the brand-new Last Gentile trilogy by first-time author Cary R. Bybee. This is end times Christian fiction at its best, but I think readers who don't often read Christian fiction will get hooked on <i>The Last Gentile</i> too. <P> It's hard to classify this book as a particular genre . . . the author weaves together elements of romance, action, mystery, and suspense in a scientific Christian thriller¿-all while staying true to the biblical account of the human race's last days. <P> <i>The Last Gentile</i> is the story of Zach Miles, a man whose anger at God has cost him his marriage. As natural disasters begin to rock the planet, Zach, a TV reporter, is sent on an assignment to find out whether the worldwide volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. signal Christ's return. The closer Zach gets to the truth, the more obvious it becomes that someone is trying to kill him¿-and it isn't the first time. But who¿-or what¿-wants him dead? <P> This book sent me running to the Book of Revelation more than once. The author uses real-life scientific detail to portray Bible prophecy being fulfilled in a fully believable way. At the conclusion of <i>The Last Gentile</i>, we're given a satisfying ending to a good read . . . and at the same time, we're left wanting more. <P> The best part about the Last Gentile trilogy? It's just three books long¿-and they've all been released at the same time. Treat yourself: take a long weekend and read all three!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2003

    More exciting than the Left Behind series

    This series starts with The Last Gentile and end swith The Final Witness. It was an incredible journey through all three books. I did not expect to get so enthrawled with the characters and action going on constaly, but it was overwhelming. The book starts with desasters happening all around the world. After that it introduces the main character who is a man that you just have to love. His struggles in life are so real and genuine that I felt like it was me the author was writing about. the ending of the first book was so suprising. It had me in tears. The suspense and mystery and graffic descriptions every step of the way and the romance and supernatural evil things befalling Zach Miles left me biting my nails constantly. I highly recommend this book. Without a doubt it will become the talk of the country in just a few months.

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