Crucible (Left Behind Military #2) by Mel Odom Paperback Book

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Rent Crucible (Left Behind Military #2)

Author: Mel Odom

Narrator: Steve Sever

Format: Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Tyndale House Pub

Published: Apr 2004

Genre: Fiction - Religious

Retail Price: $38.99

Discs: 13

Synopsis

Danger and personal crisis on land, sea and in the air combine with a level of spiritual warfare that is unparalleled in a Christian book. 'Crucible' is a page-turning thriller that runs side-by-side with the phenomenal Left Behind series. Unabridged. 13 CDs.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Jeff on 2007-04-17 17:26:25

This is the second book by Mel Odom that I tried to get through. They are the only books I've never been able to complete. The reason I can't finish them? The langage is overly intense. He could make picking up a cup of coffee sound like a monumentous task frought with tormenting emotional turmoil. With every scene filled with such skyrocketing adjectives they loose their power and, to me, become laughable. I suppose if you love the 'end of the world' genre like the Left Behind you may read it for the topic. While I don't agree with the theology (I think Christians will likely go through the tribulation) the reason I couldn't finish it was because of the writing.