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Apollyon

Left Behind, Volume 5
Narrated by: Richard Ferrone
Series: Left Behind, Book 5
Length: 10 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Literature & Fiction
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Summary

The Tribulation Force is gathering in Jerusalem, where thousands of the faithful are receiving crucial teachings from their leader. They must be prepared for the fourth Trumpet Judgement prophesied in Revelations. Soon, even the sun will be affected, and a plague of anguish will be released on earth.

As the Tribulation Force continues its dramatic struggle against evil, Apollyon offers stunning apocalyptic visions. Richard Ferrone's riveting narration captures the suspense of the physical conflicts and the drama of the spiritual challenges. When Left Behind, the first book in LaHaye and Jenkins' inspirational saga, was published, it attracted millions of fans worldwide. Since then, each succeeding book has joined it on best-seller lists. Apollyon, the fifth volume, is a thrilling continuation of the battle between the followers of Christ and the forces of Nicolae, the Antichrist.

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©1999 Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins (P)2000 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • christopher
  • 03-05-15

I love this series

What an awesome series. I have all the books and now I have all the audio books too.

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  • ALICIA
  • 23-04-18

must read

if you believe in the Holy Words of God, this is a great book series.

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  • Wayne
  • 14-06-09

Get saved now

if you are reading this for curiosity you will not finish it before you are on your knees asking Jesus into your life. you do not want to live through this tribulation... should be taught in sunday school/

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  • Shyjon2
  • 20-01-20

Apollyon

Riveting!!!! I read/listened so much and couldn't put it down. Ready for the next book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-11-19

Apollyon:

So good! Can’t wait for the next book! Everyone needs to listen to this book!

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  • Karen
  • 01-11-19

Apollyon

Great book. Always looking forward to the next one. Read the whole series years ago but love listening to them now.

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  • Debra D
  • 29-08-20

Horrible narriator

I am very glad I was able to find the audio to this book that was read by the narrator of all the other books. To me, part of a good story teller (reader in this case) to to make each character unique and recognizable, none of that was done in this book. Also, he was mispronouncing the names of key characters!!!

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  • Mddharma
  • 19-08-20

The Story Continues...

This series is a great way to learn about the end times written in Revelations. Once this series is started, it is near impossible to not continue.

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  • ScorchedField
  • 09-08-20

An Engaging, Beautiful Book.

As I’ve said in my review of the first four books, this series is an excellent biblical adaptation to help you get a better understanding of what the events of the end of time will look like. And if you are not a Christian, then these books still stand by themselves as excellent thrillers. If you do find yourself asking old questions, then I would encourage you to seek answers as these characters have. Now on to the actual review. Here we are, five books in and this series just keep getting better. Whether it’s the moral struggle presented in this book or just the exciting action scenes. The emotional, realistic writing of characters’ choices, or the fact that dialogue is written how people actually talk. Whatever example you might use, this book comes across as feeling very complete. I cried at the sudden main death in the book (I won’t name it as to not spoil it). I felt joy at the main exoneration. I felt meaningful, compassionate sadness two of the main characters' refusal of Christ. All the way around this story made me feel, which at the end of the day is the primary goal of any good story. As for Ferrone’s narration, I feel like it improves with each book as well. His trademark dry descriptions only serve to play into the dark, gritty world these characters live in. His differentiation in accents, sexes, and just some voices being deeper than others really enriched the mental picture I hold as I listen. I couldn’t picture someone else narrating at this point. I would recommend this book to anyone, and I am eager to listen to “Assassins”.

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  • Candler
  • 21-07-20

Terrible reader

I use Libby usually to listen to audio books. They have great actors that read with accents and various dialects. The books come to life! I downloaded audible so I would not have to wait so long to listen to a book (the only downfall to a public library is the limited number of books to borrow) but I would gladly wait for the next book so I can have a better listening experience. Do your self a favor and use LIBBY with your public library card!