Available now online and in stores is Brink of Chaos, the third installment of The End series by authors Tim LaHaye (Left Behind) and Craig Parshall (Chambers of Justice).
Published by Zondervan, The End series chronicles the earth-shattering events that eventually lead up to the Rapture and the beginning of the prophesied Last Days of mankind. Set in the very near future, The End series is touted as an epic thrill ride ripped from today’s headlines and filtered through Scriptural prophecy.
In the newest installment, military-hero-turned-inventor Joshua Jordan remains in Israel during his self-imposed “exile” out of the reach of U.S. authorities who have trumped-up false criminal treason charges against him. His wife, Abigail, continues to lead the Roundtable to prove the innocence of her husband.
Following the nuclear attack by Russia, Israel is cleaning up the bodies of dead enemy soldiers for seven months and setting out on its seven-year plan – both per the prophecies in the book of Ezekiel. As corruption in high government offices threaten to block the election of a worthy presidential candidate by all means necessary – including the unthinkable – Israel’s leadership is tempted to sign a “peace” proposal initiated by the United Nations under the authority of Romanian Ambassador Alexander Coliquin.
After he discusses this plan with Pastor Peter Campbell, Joshua is convinced Coliquin may well be the prophesied Anti-Christ and that his peace plan is a trap to destroy Israel.
Are the recurring dreams Joshua has had about the coming rapture from God? And is the end sooner than anyone expects?
A review in Publisher's Weekly describes Brink of Chaos as a novel in "fine Ironman-meets Rapture style," and notes that "[q]uick pacing and a heart-pounding resolution lead to a dynamic scene of the afterlife and a cliff-hanger for the next book."
On Amazon, the book has so far received an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars.
Other books in the series include Edge of Apocalypse and Thunder of Heaven.
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Published: November 1, 2012