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The Final Witness (The Last Gentile Trilogy) Paperback – 30 Jan 2004


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Intelligent thriller; 19 Jun. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I fell this is a very accomplished writer, we will read great books from him.This book The Final Witness is as good as the first. That is a relief so many series do not follow throw. I would never have believed that this is my kind of thriller, but i'm going to tell you something-the more I read, the more I had to read. In THe Final Witness Cary Bybee has built a world that is rich in fasinating detail, and I could not get enought of it. I am your fan.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Trilogy finishes with a gallop 20 Nov. 2003
By John Wicklund - Published on Amazon.com
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Strong writing right through to the end. Bybee's strength is his scientific postulating of how the Tribulation judgments will be manifested. Cause and effect were very interesting.
Bybee has storylines going all around the world and in orbit of all places. The gospel is preached. Some characters leave the scene without firm indication of what happened to them.... gets one to think.
Carlo the Antichrist and Simon are maybe a bit wooden and a little bit like Klink and Schultz of Hogan's Heroes at times. Still it was an exciting read. Just as good as Left Behind and certainly more intellectually challenging as nature self-destructs these last seven years.
Start another trilogy, Cary !!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The end of all ends 17 Jun. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is the last in The Last Gentile Trilogy. I stays true to the rest of the series and is full of excitement on every page. If you like end of times fiction, then you will love this because it is by far the best I have ever read. It is Biblically accurate and full of thrilling events, romance, and suspense.
I highly recommend it
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
An Awesome Conclusion to the Series! 15 Jun. 2003
By Tony D Studer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
An awesome conclusion to the trilogy that will cement your faith! The epic battle between good and evil from The Book of Revelation is transformed into a story that everyone can relate to. Stop waiting for the never-ending Left Behind Books and buy this set all at once, because once you get started you won't be able to put them down.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Awesome trilogy 14 May 2005
By David O'Quinn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Cary Bybee's "The Last Gentile Trilogy" is a must-read for anyone remotely interested in end times, Revelations-based fiction. The story is well-written and the characters are so real, identifiable, and believable. I found myself not being able to put the books down because of so much going on. The story line has something for everyone...action, suspense, drama, romance, and even comedy. The scientific approach to much of the subject matter is very refreshing as well. The way Mr. Bybee interprets end time phenomena through science is very impressive and well thought out. I've also read the entire "Left Behind" series and, in my opinion, Mr. Bybee's trilogy is much better. It moves along at a quicker pace and is not drawn out over 12 different books. Do yourself a big favor and pick up this trilogy: you will not be disappointed.
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