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eBook Broken River, Shattered Sky epub
  • ISBN: 0828017735
  • Author: William Noel
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing (February 25, 2004)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1749 kb
  • FB2 size 1341 kb
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She panned right as it grew larger and began moving across her field of view, toward the Temple Mount, until it was several hundred feet above the ground, directly over the Dome of the Rock Mosque. Then everything went an unbelievably brilliant white. Instinctively Hope closed her eyes tightly, but it was too late. Hope Lancaster's world is falling apart-but her career is careening into the fast lane. While she sits at the anchor desk reporting ominous weather her daughter, Jennifer, and husband, Mark, huddle in a closet for protection from a tornado. It gets worse. Earthquakes on the New Madrid fault buckle bridges and drain parts of the Mississippi River. Life grows hectic as the network sends Hope to chase down natural disasters, power blackouts, and suicide bombings. Surely the rapture is near. When her daughter is diagnosed with a virulent strain of leukemia, Hope comes to terms with what the Bible teaches about death. Next assignment: Jerusalem. Meanwhile Hope has been studying Bible teaching on the end times. "Weren't these things supposed to happen after the rapture?" she asks. Slowly she begins to doubt what she was taught. As war breaks out in the Middle East Hope's questions detonate in her father's congregation, provoking a battle between truth and tradition. In this action-packed spiritual thriller you too will discover something new about the second coming of Jesus. "The day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night."
Comments: (4)
Enila
Hope Lancaster is a rising journalist. She rises to the NEW York International Level and is stationed in Jerusalem where she seems all kinds of disaster. She got the International job by reporting well on National disasters. This book is a novel about the end time, but it sounds like right now.All the natural, terrorists and extreme disasters that we see now are very similar to the book.Also, they are looking at issues according to The Bible.Hope's dad is a minister and she studied the BIble she realizes that some of here lifelong held beliefs are not supported by the Bible. She stirs up a controversy in her dad's church, which is interesting because some keep their Traditional beliefs based on tradition and others follow the Bible. Hope has disaster within her own family and must cope with it as she works on as news reporter. What is the truth from the Bible? I could not put this book down I had to see what action would happen next.This writer is excellent, this is a twister, tuner and action packed and I did not have any idea what would happen next.
Just_paw
Many Christian novels suffer from being highly contrived and this one is no exception. It is not an "end times" novel as I thought before reading it, but does cover the seemingly endless debate on Pre-Tribulation/Post-Tribulation that divides many churches, and in this book, families. I did find the details of Hope's life as a newscaster very interesting since I don't often get a "behind the scenes" look at how the news gets on the air.

The many natural disasters that occur in the story make you think that there is an end times build-up, but these events seem not very well connected to each other and are abandoned towards the end of the book. This left me wondering why there was so much time and detail spent on them. I was getting to the last few chapters of the book and wondering how all the events I was reading about would resolve themselves in so few pages left to read!

Even though it's an easy, fast read, you never get lost in the book. So many people Hope bumps into just happen to be Christian and say they will pray for her. Boyd Stephens on the river barge is given plenty of time on stage, is made out to be a Christian, but is abandoned along the story line and not heard of again, even when the barge returns to sailing the Mississippi! You're not sure why he was introduced to you and he didn't add anything to the story of the tug boat than a nameless deckhand would have.

You never forget you are reading a "Christian" novel and this is a problem I find in many books of this genre. It's hard to find a novel that will not be so . . . schmaltzy, for lack of a better term, and show the dark and light sides of characters while holding to a specific plot line. It was hard to determine the plot line of this book since it started out with so many, and resolved only the problem between Hope and her Father while leaving the weather events, daughter's illness, husband's job problems and the conflict in Israel hanging in the wind.

If you are a fan of Christian novels, you will find this book a fast, energetic read. Just don't be too disappointed when many of the plot lines leave you hanging and wondering what happened to everyone. Another author to check out on Amazon is Francine River's Mark of the lion series: "A voice in the wind (book 1), "An Echo in the Darkness (book 2)" and "As sure as the Dawn (book 3)". A great Christian read with terrific historical details set during the first century after Christ was crucified. Don't start book one without book two handy for when you are finished, as it is a breath-holding continuation between them. Book 3 picks up on other characters richly defined in the first two books and continues with what happens to them.
Oparae
I am in the middle of the book now and it's very good. I love religious debate and this novel is a great way to get people interested and talking without the traditional roundtable discussion. My only criticism is there are several typos, lack of punctuation, etc...but it definitely does not take away from the story. I can't wait to see how it ends...
Adrierdin
Great story. I would like to read more books by this author.
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