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Summary

The world is entering the End of Times, and the pace is accelerating toward the conclusion of this Age. Pastor Trow gives the context for the fulfillment of the remaining prophecies from present times until the Millennium rule of Christ. All of the participants in the next Middle East War are identified and the reasons for the provocations leading to Armageddon are discussed.

This book will challenge your world view and it asks all the hard questions of everybody living today.

©2017 Roger Trow (P)2017 Roger Trow

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  • Wendy
  • inverness, United Kingdom
  • 17-04-18

Interesting

While the content was interesting, the reader got many words wrong and made me feel like I was listening to a robot. Am still not sure it was a real person. Many words mispronounced, and the reason I felt like I was listening to a robot was the word tread which was read as treed. This is just one of many mispronounced words making my experience very much lower than it would otherwise have been.

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Great book, awful narration

This is an absorbing audiobook. The subject matter is fascinating and it is one of the more erudite treatments. I would recommend it for content alone.

However, the narration is absolutely awful. Littered with mispronunciation and weird pauses, it is obvious that either it is computer-narrated, or narrated by someone who did no prework whatsoever.

My advice is to by the hard copy. You will spend the first listen focussing on the narration, which is a pity.