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Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed (Left Behind No. 5) (edition 2000)

by Tim LaHaye (Author)

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Title:Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed (Left Behind No. 5)
Authors:Tim LaHaye (Author)
Info:Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (2000), Edition: 1st, 399 pages
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Ray tries to find out what happened to his wife, and the Tribulation Force go to Jerusalem for a great meeting.

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Jenkins, Jerry B.main authorall editionsconfirmed
Ferrone, RichardNarratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Sondericker, JackReadersecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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P R O L O G U E

From the Conclusion of Soul Harvest

Rayford Steele worried about Mac McCullum's silence in the cockpit of Global Community One during the short flight from New Babylon to Tel Aviv.
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This is the book. Please do not combine with the Experience in Sound and Drama audio version - an adaption of the book.
Abridged audiobook ISBNs are 0842343342 and 0842319336.
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As the world's thousands of believers gather in Jerusalem for a stadium rally, the Tribulation Force struggles with their own personal crises. Newspaper reporter Buck Williams and his wife, Chloe, question whether or not they should have a child when the future of the world is so uncertain. Meanwhile, Rayford Steele discovers the shocking truth about his wife, Amanda.\

Nicolae Carpathia continues his rise to power, forcing believers underground. But Nicolae isn't prepared for a plague of scorpion-like locusts tormenting his followers-with a pain so horrible that men try to kill themselves but aren't allowed to die.
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Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed, by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, is another suspenseful chronicle of those left behind after the rapture of the saved. As the book opens, Hattie Durham, the former airline attendant and mistress of the antichrist, Nicolae Carpathia, is wracked with confusion about what to do with her illegitimate child, whose birth date is coming due. Rayford Steele, the airline pilot who flies Carpathia's plane, is ambivalent about the mounting evidence that his late wife, Amanda, may have been a false believer. Buck, the ace newspaper reporter, and Chloe, his wife, are debating whether to have a child when the future of the world is so uncertain. And all of the world's thousands of believers are gathering in Jerusalem for a stadium rally, which will lead to a showdown with Nicolae Carpathia. Believers are increasingly relying on the Internet for underground communication, and most of them are becoming more and more tempted by violence as a way of battling the forces of evil overtaking the world. But demon locusts are shortly dispatched as a divine plague to attack those who do not have the seal of God on their foreheads; this buys the believers a little bit of time to solve their respective personal crises, all of which end in ways that will keep you riveted until the last page.

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The continuing saga of the coming of the end of the earth, as the Fifth Judgment, Apollyon, leads his legions of scorpion-like locusts to plague the earth.

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