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Silenced

The Wrath of God Descends
Narrated by: Steve Sever
Series: The Underground Zealot, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 19 mins
Categories: Fiction, Literary
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Summary

National Peace Organization operative Paul Stepola walks a dangerous tightrope as a double agent; a new believer assigned to enforce the ban on religion. Three major cities have been attacked by terrorists and thousands have died, all in the name of God. Paul must somehow find a way to expose the source of the terrorism without endangering fellow believers. And with his unbelieving wife's powerful connections, Paul faces danger on every front.

In the face of persecution the seeds of faith grow stronger. The underground church prays for a miracle of global proportions, not seen since the time of Moses. In a world where madmen rule, the voice of God will not be silenced.

©2004 Jerry Jenkins (P)2004 Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

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  • Thomas
  • 14-04-05

Read & know why God's Word cannot be SILENCED!

An incredible exciting fictional novel about faith in action despite consequences. The struggles of individuals that have a misconception of God's Word, how it relates to their lives, and His Great Mercy that He so desperately wants to bestow upon each one of us is the crux of what this triology is about. Give it a try and you too will see why God's Word cannot be Silenced!

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  • PinkAng
  • 31-07-19

Narrator almost ruined the book!

I have really enjoyed most of Jerry Jenkins' books & am so disappointed that this narrator was approved to read this book! Sadly, this story was barely interesting enough to overcome the horrible narration. Had this not been a Jerry Jenkins book, I would have returned it after the first chapter.

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  • James Jake Thomas Ryan
  • 24-12-18

Such a beautiful book!!!!

Amazing book part 2 of a three-book series this book is by far the best of all three Jerry B Jenkins did it again with another Masterpiece another great Christian book series always gives the wonderful Glory to our Savior Jesus Christ & I say thank you because Jesus Christ deserves all the Glory & Honor forever & ever Amen!!

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  • David Ridings
  • 24-09-17

Slow story. Great narration.

Story never picked up with any action at all. Slow slow slow. But good voices on the narration.

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  • Robert
  • 29-12-08

wonderful book

I cannot wait until the next episode. I have listened to Soon and Silenced part one and two.

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  • GiGi2
  • 28-06-17

A must read or listen

Great story line and I always enjoy to interaction of the scriptures within the book. Very engaging.

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  • Michal Romig
  • 30-08-16

Christians should vote

this explains why awareness of political system is as important as knowledge of the Bible

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  • Timothy
  • 12-09-05

Glurg - Really Poor

An exercise in totally paranoid world-building that stretches, then breaks, any attempt to create a believable storyline.

This novel bears the same relationship to Sci Fi novels as a Harlequin Romance about "a brave heroine kidnapped by pirates" bears to real historical fiction.

I know some people really like this stuff - but it needs it's own category. I suggest "Paranoid Delusional Religio Fiction"

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