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by Peter LaLonde,Paul LaLonde

  • ISBN: 0785266925
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Peter LaLonde,Paul LaLonde
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Publishing; First Edition edition (July 21, 2004)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Revelation Paperback – July 21, 2004. by Peter LaLonde (Author), Paul LaLonde (Author). Get into the action of Revelation, the book has been opened and people must choose whom they are going to serve.

Revelation Paperback – July 21, 2004. Book 2 of 4 in the Apocalypse Series. See if Stone lives or dies and see what the Day of Wonders is really about, you will not be dissapointed with this book. I would recommend though that you read the book before you watch the movie.

Paul Lalonde,Peter Lalonde. Thorold Stone is a wanted man.

Peter and Paul Lalonde are talented filmmakers who produced a national television program This Week in Bible Prophecy, which aired on TBN. They also have appeared on Praise the Lord numerous times. They are bestselling authors of several books including 2000 . Are You Ready?, 301 Startling Proofs and Prophecies, and Left Behind. Success has followed the two brothers-and best friends-through their rise in the world of filmmaking. Tribute magazine calls Peter and Paul Lalonde "Canada's version of the Coen Brothers

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Title: Revelation - eBook By: Peter Lalonde, Paul Lalonde Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Thomas Nelson. Publication Date: 2001 ISBN: 9781418556389 ISBN-13: 9781418556389 Stock No: WW17242EB. Publisher's Description.

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Thorold Stone is a wanted man. A couterterrorism expert for the One Nation Earth (. government, Stone has long been troubled by the sudden and unexplainable disappearance of his wife, a devout Christian, and their two young daughters.

Three months have passed since the events chronicled in "Apocalypse". With the aid of a band of underground Christians, counterterrorism expert Thorold Stone finds himself in a race against time to stop the takeover of every soul on earth. "Revelation" is the second in a series of end-times thrillers based on the Lalonde's successful videos.
Reviews about Revelation (5):
Fascinating concept. The story starts out like a thriller, but there are pages and pages of preaching about God's love. I'm all for a good Amen session, but this book is is an exercise in devotion. A great book if you want the Bible lesson, otherwise not so much.
It was in so much detail of the characters and it made me love Thorold stone & helen hannah even more. I don't know why, but in a way I hoped the way the book went, that helen & thorold might like each other more than just friends. Anyway, loved it.
This novel was fine up to the point where the Antichrist Franco Macalousso's Day of Wonders program has been revealed. The first book of the series had been fascinating. The world was on the brink of destruction through nuclear annihilation, when Macalousso saves the day by apparently causing the nuclear missiles to vanish, and millions of fractious Christians as well. Overnight, the postmodern world turns against Christians, buring their churches and their bibles and torturing any new converts. In this, the second book, Thorold Stone, a police officer, discovers the sinister character of the false Messiah's chief henchman, Overlord Parker, the guy whom I thought must be the False Prophet, and becomes a refugee. Stone hooks up with the very designer of the computer program on which the Day of Wonders depends, who in the end turns against him. He tries to hack into the One Nation Earth's vast computer system and constantly comes up upon one security barrier after another, meanwhile finding that it has something to do with virtual reality, that imaginary digital world which you can literally become a part of by some special feat of programming. You can enter into a utonpian world programmed just for you! Only, when Stone finally cracks the final piece of code, he finds out that for some strange reason, maybe occultic, what happens in Macalousso's phantasy world actually becomes reality. What's worse, it is in that world that one can receive the mark of the beast! Those who refuse are guillotined, and actually die! Those who accept can have their wickedest lusts fulfilled for 24 hours, and are allowed to return to the real world. Blind men, for example, may return to the real world with 20/20 vision. The crippled can be given a new set of legs to walk. However, when their time's up, a tornado from hell sucks in their very souls and they belong to the devil. It is just such a plan that the Beast wishes to foist on captured Christians, and it is just such a plan that must be stopped, by uploading a computer virus. Wake up, guys, this ain't reality. It's science fiction! I give it two stars only because at least it is interesting. Tim Lahaye brings more balance into Left Behind when he points out that even Satan is not omniscient. But in this series, the Beast can read your mind--I'm not kidding. But I should have known; the first book of the series makes reference to Jack van Impe. Besides, when are they ever going to focus in on Israel? When do you ever get to read about the last plagues? The authors leave the true God doing nothing about the suffering of believers, when he should be dumping his great bowls of wrath and sending the scorpion locusts. Basically, what you have is a Christianized version of Johnny Quest.
REVELATION was a great movie, so naturally I had to read the novellized version, and I'm glad I did. It really rocks, and it's hard to put down. Here everything's more fully developed, at the beginning, for example, Macalousso's followers and what they're like, that's more fully developed. I really love a good villain in a story like this, and aside from Macalousso, that cat Len Parker, man, he's a fascinating SOB. Here he's more fully developed, and we learn more about his background, especially that he's a lapsed Catholic. And that title, "Overlord" -- cool! And the character Cindy, well, here she's more soft and innocent, not cynical and sarcastic like she is in the movie. Here in the novel she even seems to be a believer! I really enjoyed it, and so will you. Bottom line: if you liked the movie, you'll like the book. Read it!
Its been 3 months since millions of people have vanished off the face of the earth. The world was on the brink of destruction and nuclear war, until Franco Macalousso stepped down on to the Mt. of Olives. Macalousso, has declared himself god, and after making literally thousands of missles and bombs dissapear, who wouldn't believe him? One Nation Earth (O.N.E.) a special task force unit, have dedicated themselves to round up haters. Haters are those who believe Macalousso is the antichrist. They are breaking the law by reading the bible, which has been banned, and have recently been convicted of numerous terrorist attacks. One attack has led Thorold Stone and his crew to an abandoned warehouse where a group of haters are having a forbidden meeting. Stone and his men arrest the so called haters, but one of them gives Stone a disc. After the haters have been taken away Stone and his partner search the warehouse for more haters. They come into contact with some people part of the O.N.E. Stones partner is killed and Stone nearly escaped death. With the title now as hater and the death of his partner pinned on him, Stone must run for his life. He meets a Willy Holms, who is a computer genius. Holm is handicpped but know what he is doing computer wise. Stone give Holms the disc the hater slipped him and Holms tries to run it but keeps coming up short of one password code. The O.N.E. is hot on Stones tail, this forces both Stone and Holms to join and underground group of haters. Helen Hannah the most sought after hater in the world is the leader of this group and challenges Stones theory of atheism. Stone does not believe Macalousso is god, instead he belives Macalousso is an alien. Working underground Willy tries to crack the code on the disc. This disc is extremely important and will let them know what is in store for the Day of Wonders. The Day of Wonders is a top secret project that nobody knows anything about. Macaulosso and Len Parker, (Macalousso's right hand man) have been planning this for months. With 24 hours left to crack the code Stone decides he is going to destroy the main computer used in the Day of Wonders. This is located in the O.N.E. headquarters.
Get into the action of Revelation, the book has been opened and people must choose whom they are going to serve. See if Stone lives or dies and see what the Day of Wonders is really about, you will not be dissapointed with this book. I would recommend though that you read the book before you watch the movie. I watched the movie first and as I was reading the book I kept trying to place charcter names with faces, making it confusing at times for me. Overall, the book was easy to read and worth my time. Not once did I want to find another book to read, whether it was because I wanted to see how different it was from the movie or because the book was relly speaking to me. Revelation is very suspenseful and will keep you on the edge of your seat and your mouth hanging open. After you read the book watch the movie, although there are some things that are different, the movie truly will grip your heart and mind, just like the book. You will be faced with the same question Stone faced, Do you believe in God? By the end of the book I hope you do and by the end of the movie, you defineately will. Seeing the book come alive will make your heart pound in some places and you may find your palms sweaty. It is a truly amazing book and you will not be sorry you read it.

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