The Indwelling: The Beast Takes
Possession (Left Behind No. 7) by Tim Lahaye, Jerry B.
The Antichrist is dead... or is he? The city of
Chicago lies in ruins, the safe house is blown, and the Global
Community police are hot on the heels of the Tribulation Force. And
who assassinated Nicolae Carpathia?
It's a formidable challenge to keep the
attention of an audience midway through a projected 12-volume
series, but with their trademark blend of humor and gripping
suspense, authors Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye continue to captivate
readers with The Indwelling, the seventh installment of the Left
Carpathia's funeral takes a hair-raising turn
for the 4 million people who attend. Over the crowd looms the
centerpiece of a new world religion, a 24-foot bronze statue of
Carpathia, belching black smoke and demanding obedience.
Woven through the fast-paced drama are the
ongoing stories of people struggling amid the end-times mayhem:
Chloe Williams wrestles with the moral implications of killing her
toddler Kenny to avoid having him fall into enemy hands; her father
Rayford Steele is brought face-to-face with the consequences of his
pride. Dr. Chaim Rosenzweig, a prominent Jewish Israeli statesman,
ponders a conversion to Christianity.
The strength of the series comes from Jenkins's
ability to keep the action moving and readers caring about the
characters. And there's a hook: The end of The Indwelling promises,
"If the last three and a half years are your idea of
tribulation, wait until you endure the Great
The bad news is just beginning. But, the
Tribulation Force believes, good news is also on the way. --Cindy
Crosby --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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