Mark of Evil

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Craig Parshall, Tim LaHaye

Narrated By: Daniel Butler

Publisher: Zondervan

Date: February 2014

Duration: 13 hours 7 minutes

Summary:

Economies have fallen, freedom has been suppressed, and peace is a distant memory. The world is falling apart. Joshua Jordan's protege Ethan March, along with Jimmy Louder and Rivka Reuban have been left behind in a world that is rapidly coming under the complete influence of the Antichrist. Technology is growing by leaps and bounds, with BID-Tag implants, robotic police units, and drone-bots flying overhead . . . all designed to control and dominate those who resist the Antichrist's reign of evil. As Biblical prophecy is fulfilled each new day, Ethan and the others in the Remnant struggle to eat, to procure necessary goods, and to avoid the Global Alliance---in short, to survive. But when the forces of evil attempt to pervert the world's most powerful information system to their own sinister ends, eliminating everyone who gets in their way, it's up to Ethan and the Remnant to subvert their dark ambitions. From New York Times best-selling author Tim LaHaye, creator and co-author of the world-renowned Left Behind books, and Craig Parshall, Mark of Evil is the final thrilling chapter in The End series. With high-tech thrills against a background of prophetic events that seem to leap from today's news, this is the story of global tribulations bringing the world one step closer to the reign of the Antichrist and the return of Jesus Christ in glory.

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  • Robert R.

    At first, the continual bible-thumping got on my nerves, but it wasn't so bad once I accepted it as a side effect of living in a fantasy universe where God actually intervenes with reality. What really put me off of this book was the point at which the author started to describe the internet in terms of a magical force that you can restart if seven magical key cards are brought to the special alter/console/whatever. This book might be more attractive for people who are used to accepting things without understanding them, but that makes it more fantasy and less science fiction.

  • Tami Gravert

    The story is great! But the Narator is terrible. His character voices are good. but he speaks slow and breathy then whispers a lot. He made me think of Captain Kirk and the way he spoke. The last part of the book was sped up like they needed to