Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Book Review: A sound Like Fire

A sound Like Fire by K D Veron is a story of the revelation. The story is mostly told by Dax, a politician who helps the New World Order start and then realized the truth behind the new government with his brother (a preacher) is disappears with all of the other Christians on earth. Dax and his Wife Sally flee for their life and freedom from the evil government forcing people to worship Lucifer . The book does an amazing job showing how things occurring today could be the start of the prophecy of the second coming. He using real political and world crisis as examples of the world cracking before Satan takes if over. The deception of the Antichrist to the masses is chilling and so believable. It makes me as a reader almost hyper observant to what is going on in today's politics, economics, etc.

This book was an amazing adaptation/interpretation of what the revelation will be like. I really enjoyed it. From all of the destruction and awful things that occurred I did take a lot of hope out of it. The Christian Church was not destroyed while on earth on persecuted. And that God always looked out for those who were left and then came to him. Although they did have to endure an awful physical life while still on Earth God loved them and was taking care of them.

The one thing I didn't love about the book was his use of real people in today's world and certain businesses and organization. Although he changed one letter in a name it was very obvious who he did not like. It just seemed kind of petty and immature to do it.

All in all, this is a great book. It was easy to read and in my opinion much better than the left behind series.

Note: I was given a copy of this book to review from www.booksneeze.com. The opinions above are my own and I was not compensated for a positive review.

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