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So I started reading this remarkable work by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B.Jenkins . It’s got me reading this book non-stop. Now if you follow my blogs you know its rare for me to rate any title. But this book is a 5 star for certain! It grabbed me from the first chapter and its non-stop action from then on. One of the Best books I’ve read in awhile!

                                       Left Behind

 An airborne Boeing 747 is headed to London when, without any warning, passengers mysteriously disappear from their seats. Terror and chaos slowly spread not only through the plane but also worldwide as unusual events continue to unfold. For those who have been left behind, the apocalypse has just begun. A repackage of the New York Times best-selling novel Left Behind.

Website: http://leftbehind.com/

From Thriller Award-winning author Alexandra Sokoloff….

“A
wonderfully dark thriller with amazing
‘Is-it-isn’t-it?’ suspense all the
way to the end.”
NY Times bestselling author Lee
Child

Homicide detective Adam Garrett is already a rising star in the
Boston police department when he and his cynical partner, Carl Landauer, catch a
horrifying case that could make their careers: the ritualistic murder of a
wealthy college girl that appears to have Satanic elements.

The partners
make a quick arrest when all evidence points to another student, a troubled
musician in a Goth band who was either dating or stalking the murdered girl. But
Garrett’s case is turned upside down when beautiful, mysterious Tanith Cabarrus,
a practicing witch from nearby Salem, walks into the homicide bureau and insists
that the real perpetrator is still at large. Tanith claims to have had psychic
visions that the killer has ritually sacrificed other teenagers in his attempts
to summon a powerful, ancient demon.

All Garrett’s beliefs about the
nature of reality will be tested as he is forced to team up with a woman he is
fiercely attracted to but cannot trust, in a race to uncover a psychotic killer
before he strikes
again.

——–

Reviews:

“Compelling, frightening and
exceptionally well-written, Book of Shadows is destined to become another
hit for acclaimed horror and suspense writer Sokoloff. The incredibly tense plot
and mysterious characters will keep readers up late at night, jumping at every
sound, and turning the pages until they’ve devoured the book.”

Romantic Times Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars

“Sokoloff successfully melds
a classic murder-mystery/whodunit with supernatural occult undertones.”

— Library Journal

“As usual, Sokoloff (The Unseen)
does a good job keeping the reader guessing whether a supernatural agency is
really at work.”
— Publishers Weekly 

—“A wonderfully
dark thriller with amazing “Is-it-isn’t-it?’ suspense all the way to the end.
Highly recommended.”
— NY Times bestselling author Lee Child

Sarah fixed her attention solely on her prize. There were no other sounds, no other sensations able to penetrate her thoughts. Within striking distance she stilled her breath. From where she was, she could see the rhythmic pulsing in the vein running up the side of David’s exposed neck. Slowly, ever so slowly, she reached up and placed her small porcelain hand over the gently pulsing artery. Sarah closed her eyes and pictured the blood coursing through it. Unable to restrain herself any longer, she eased over and gently blew a wisp of her breath towards his nostrils. Moaning as a frown crept across his sleeping face, Sarah paused and held herself steady when David attempted to shift his body into another position. Unsuccessful, his forehead creased as the look of discontent grew in intensity. His dreams were changing, evolving into something disturbing, something horrifying. Again he tried to raise his arms. Sarah could tell he was fighting to come out of his dream world. He was trying to escape the demons that were pursuing him through the labyrinths of his unconscious thoughts. She again exhaled near his nostrils, forcing him to breathe in her intoxicating scent. Sarah watched as the long hairs covering his upper lip, swayed under the influence of her gentle breath. She could sense his spirit was strong, and it was trying to warn him of the real danger facing him.  David ran blindly toward the edge of an abyss, his attempt to stop before he fell was unsuccessful. He struggled against the sudden sensation of a rapid descent, which finally pulled him out of the depths of his slumber. Dazed and still half submerged in a thick fog, David opened his eyes. To his mind, it seemed to be an eternity that he lay staring into the glassy eyes of a porcelain doll perched upon his chest. In reality, it was only seconds after he woke, before Sarah sank her fangs into his neck. I must still be dreaming! David fought to wake up from this nightmare. Confused, David shut his eyes against the horrors unfolding before him. Dolls are not able to move on their own. This has to be a nightmare, perhaps caused by pricking my finger on Abby’s new doll.

Siler House has stood silent beneath Savannah’s moss-draped oaks for decades. Notoriously haunted, it has remained empty until college-bound Jess Perry and three of her peers gather to take part in a month-long study on the paranormal. Able to talk to ghosts, Jess quickly bonds with her fellow test subjects, who have their own “gifts.” One is possessed. Another just wants to forget. The third is a guy who knows how to turn up the August heat, not to mention Jess’s heart rate…when he’s not resurrecting the dead.

The study soon turns into something far more sinister when they discover that Siler House and the dark forces within are determined to keep them forever. To escape, Jess and the others must open themselves up to the true horror of Siler House and channel the very evil that seeks to hold them in.

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