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Apocalypse Unleashed: The Earth's Last Days: The Battle Rages On (Left Behind: Apocalypse Book 4) by [Odom, Mel]
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Book 4 of 4 in Left Behind: Apocalypse (4 Book Series)

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  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (16 Oct. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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This book is the 4th and last in the 'Apocalpyse' series, which is a spin-off from the highly successful 'Left Behind' series of Christian novels. I've read many of the 'Left Behind' books and a couple of other spin-off books, and I found many of them disappointing -- lacking in suspense, weak on character development, and generally poorly written. But the 'Apocalypse' series is much better. It focuses on a U.S. Ranger in a war that's taking place when the Rapture happens, and on the soldier's family back home, and one or two other characters. It intercuts between stories to create dramatic tension very well, and there's a lot of explosive action, a legal storyline (in book 3, 'Apocalypse Burning') and several stories of counselling the trauma of those 'left behind'.

You can usually tell if fiction is aimed at men or women by the ratio of weapons specifications to love stories. These books tend towards the weapons specs, but behind all the action they're full of human stories that will grab at the heart of many a compassionate man or woman.

If I was the editor of the series, there are a couple of things that I'd change because I didn't find them believable enough (and there's one outright continuity error in book 4). But if you're looking for gifts for Christian kids that they'll actually read, I recommend these books for boys from about 11 upwards, and for girls of the same ages who'll take realism over 'happy ever after'.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A Disappointing Ending SAVE YOUR MONEY! 26 Mar. 2011
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You can tell that the author must have given up on this series when he started to write this final book. It is HORRIBLE! It is obvious the author knows nothing about how a real US military unit is organized and ran - a captain does not command a Ranger Regiment and a Staff Sergeant would not be a first sergeant in charge of a whole Ranger regiment either, but that isn't the worst part of this book. The worst part is the author totally ignores the other sub plots he had going on in the first three books of the series. Wanna know who cut Baker's throat from book three? Well forget it because his cut throat is never mentioned in this book. Wanna know who Mystic is? Well you won't. Wanna know Carpathia's plans for the reporter? You won't. You wanna know the fate of Navy Chaplain Delroy Harte? Well too bad he ain't in this book. Wanna know how Joey managed to escape the wrath of Zero and his gang? Too bad, no resolution on that one either. Wanna know if Joey and Jenny hooked up? No resolution. Wanna know if Jenny's dad recovered? No resolution. Basically Odom completely ignored everything that happened in the first three novels of this series and thought up some ridiculous new plots for this final novel such as Meagan and other families deciding to fly to Turkey and help out in the war zone and the US military condoning this. I was in a war and I will tell you if my family wanted to fly out there to be with me I would put my foot down and tell them to stay home where it was safe. The author ended this series with a completely ridiculous novel. I am sorely disappointed with this final novel. It is a big let down after reading the first three. I feel like I have wasted time reading this series, especially when the fourth and final novel went nowhere. Save your money and time and don't even read this novel.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good but disappointing 10 Feb. 2014
By Dale L Coppock - Published on Amazon.com
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The series is good, and this book is also good, but it is the end of the series and leaves several story lines unresolved. It is apparent that the story continues and it is disappointing to just have it end. What about the Chaplin? What about Joey? What happens to Jennifer? What about the families going to meet their soldiers (don't want to give anything away)? So much left unresolved - sad.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Odom, you can do better! 11 Jun. 2011
By Leah W McIntyre - Published on Amazon.com
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There is closure for only one character - Goose - in this last book in this series. Is there to be another book in this series? Or is this all?

I was going to buy some of your other books, but hesitate to do so as I do not want to end up feeling disappointed again at the end, or rather the lack of an end.
3.0 out of 5 stars APOCALYPSE CONTINUED? 16 Feb. 2013
By Barbara Jarvis - Published on Amazon.com
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Needs to address the changes made to stop the fighting and send the troops back home. If this is the last in the series, then it leaves the reader hanging; however, the series does track the road Goose has followed to reach the "faith" conclusion. So, Mr Odom needs at least one more..and thanks for the military direction.
5.0 out of 5 stars Apocalypse books keep your interest. They are excellent. 1 Jan. 2015
By Donna J. Lloyd - Published on Amazon.com
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This series of books, while a little preposterous, does stickntobwhat the Biblevsays as far as prophecy is concerned. It captures your interest right at the beginning and keeps it right to the end.
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