Read The Indwelling (Left Behind, #7) Online Free - Nicolae Carpathia is dead. But who killed the Antichrist? The answer may surprise you. Book seven in the best-selling Left Behind series marks the beginning of the second half of the seven-year Tribulation period. In dramatic fashion, readers are exposed to the horrors of God's judgment and the hope of salvation. Rayford, Buck, Chloe, and the rest of the Tribulation Force find themselves at the center of heart-stopping action. Number one on the "New York Times" Best Sellers List for four weeks.
|Title||:||The Indwelling (Left Behind, #7)|
|Number of Pages||:||389 pages|
March 04, 2013
I know I would probably be complaining if everyone came out of this with their lives, but it's tiring to get invested in a character only to have them die, even if you have only just gotten to know them. I feel this book was much better than the rest. You came into it with more questions than the...
April 17, 2009
There's an old joke about St Paul leading the newly deceased through heaven and as they stop at each door, you can hear a party going on inside. "That's the Methodists," he'd explain. Or, "That's the Episcopalians." Finally, he came to a door that was really quiet. Inside were people praying. "Sh...
March 24, 2016
The seventh and last nail in the coffin of my youthful premillenialism. I can't imagine now why I slogged through seven of these contrivances, but that was a long time ago. Bad writing doesn't fix bad eschatology. But it sometimes reveals it.
July 17, 2012
By now, not only were the editorial mistakes but the grammar mistakes getting on my nerves, but the story seems to simply fall apart in this installment.
The plot for this one was that Nicolae dies and upon his resurrection, becomes "indwelt" by Satan himself. That, I have no problem with, becaus...
July 27, 2016
This was the seventh installment to the Left Behind Series and by far the most intense. A very intense book that will keep you reading until the very end.
Easy to ready
Character and plot interactions
A few slow spots
March 29, 2017
I wanted to look like this one. After all, it had exciting elements - the mystery of who killed the Antichrist, the exposure of the safe house, more well-known characters coming to faith, heavenly visions & Satan himself coming to dwell in Carpathia the Antichrist.
But this book fell a bit fl...
September 29, 2011
I'm not sure how I originally started on this series. I believe the 7th book was priced through B&N as a bargain so I figured I'd snag it. What I didn't know when I bought it that though it fell under a category I usually read (fantasy, sci-fi, etc... I no longer remember which) it was also c...
July 16, 2012
This book was somewhat redeeming compared to the last one. It continues the exciting stories of the believers and brings Rayford back to where he should be. I dislike that the author felt it was necessary, for whatever reason, to totally change Rayford's character but I'm glad to see that he is b...
August 16, 2015
After the killing of Carpathia, everyone is either on the run or in hiding. As the world pours into Jerusalem for the funeral, Rayford looks to make his escape, having been named the Global Community’s number one suspect. Meanwhile, the entire Tribulation Force waits in dreadful anticipation for...
October 08, 2008
After getting wrapped up in the characters and feeling the need to find out what happens to them was the only reason I continued to read all the books in the series. The authors definately knew how to draw someone in and keep it just entertaining enough for them not to put it down and never think...