The book s timing coincides nicely with the current millennium hysteria. The last day has similarities to some of dan browns books, angels and demons in particular, and like it the ending was marred somewhat by a highly unlikely event involving a tarpaulin. Pdf one more day everywhere download full pdf book. Warner books, 1997, charles sailors second son new york. The last day glenn kleier author 1999 a kind of grace jackie joynerkersee author. The last day by glenn kleier paperback, 1967 hodder and stoughton. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The last day by glenn kleier meet your next favorite book. See more ideas about books, reading and book club books. Hamilton author 1999 as it is in heaven niall williams author.
Jerusalembased wnntv correspondent john feldman gets appreciably more than he ever bargained for on new years eve, 1999. Publication date 1998 topics millennium eschatology publisher new york, ny. The author of last day, dream country, beach girls, pretend shes here and others, rice often writes about love, family, nature, and the sea. Publication date 1998 topics millennium eschatology. Before you read his new book, check out our interview so you can learn more about the first book in his new trilogy. Great tribulation, the real babylon the great, the book of revelationand this lessonthe coming of the lord, the last days, and the end of the world, as taught by jesus and his apostles. The book of q by jonathan rabb sandstorm by james rollins the confessor by daniel by danielle trussoni by barbara wood check out these readalikes. The only other gripe i have would be that already,in 2005, the novel seems slightly dated as the millennium features very strongly as a focus for events. The icarus agenda 1988 fic the gemini contenders 1976 fic both also in lp the christ commission mandino, og 1980 fic mandino, o. The da vinci code readalikes the da vinci code readalikes.
The da vinci code readalikes tell me about a great book to read silas bronson library. See all formats and editions hide other formats and editions. Jan 06, 2019 read or download the last day book by glenn kleier. For a first time fiction novel by an author who clearly states that this is a work of fiction, i say well done glenn kleier. After locating it and a long reading hiatus due to school this was an incredibly excellent book to start with. Avaliable format in pdf, epub, mobi, kindle, e book and audiobook.
Expecting to provide only cursory coverage of local observances, the journalist and. Luanne rice is the new york times bestselling author of 34 novels, which have been translated into 24 languages. He also cofounded a successful business in louisville. Featured books from gerry kleier books robin hood by creswick, paul. The name of the rose by umberto eco the last templar by raymond khoury the last day by glenn kleier the testament by eric van lustbader the expected one by kate mcgowan. Nov 19, 1997 the last day is an absolutely fabulous book that makes you take some time and just think. Chicago tribune on the last day an impressively imagined debut. Forever and a day mm bookstrand bestselling erotic. In three time periods, scholars search throughout eastern europe. Just in time for the millennium, glenn kleier mixes bioengineering and religion, miracles and modern warfare, politics and physics to produce a gripping tale set in. The last day by glenn kleier wonderful fiction about the 2nd coming of christ christ in you. He first achieved fame as a stage actor, winning the tony award for best featured actor in a musical in 1970 for his portrayal of sebastian baye. A woman who claims to be the messiah sparks the fury of the media, the catholic church, and various world governments as they search for evidence as to what and who she really is. Readers and critics alike have come to expect thought provoking and topical themes intertwined with imaginative and fantastical story lines.
For glenn, the process of writing a suspense thriller is a slow and meticulous balancing act. Get this book free when you sign up for a 30day trial. An impressively imagined debut offers a devilishly cunning speculation on how a sinful world might greet news of a messiahs appearance come the millennium. The last day is a worldwide best seller published in 21 languages, in 22 countries. On four occasions he survived being shot down, and he was credited with an astonishing 104 aerial victories, all of them. Erotic alternative paranormal romance, mm, vampires, hea samuel erickson, a hu. As taught by jesus and his apostles rightly dividing the.
The most powerful book i have ever read dealing with practical, daily christianity. University of cincinnati alum glenn kleier s debut work, the last day, achieved critical acclaim and wild commercial success after its 1997 release. June 1, 1940 december 8, 2019 was an american actor, singer, voice artist, narrator, and director best known for playing odo on star trek. The da vinci code readalikes silas bronson library. I initially read this book when it first came out in 1999 and instantly became a fan of glenn kleier. Major misconceptions and errors most modern day minds are clouded with major misconceptions and errors when trying to interpret.
Expecting to provide only cursory coverage of local observances, the journalist and his cameraman, breck hunter. We have about 8 10 members and we all give the book a score out of 10. List of people from the louisville metropolitan area. Adolf dolfo joseph ferdinand galland 1912 1996 was a german luftwaffe general and one of the greatest flying aces of world war ii.
The last day by glenn kleier the testament by eric van lustbader the expected one by kate mcgowan the book of fate by brad meltzer labyrinth and sepulcher by kate mosse the brotherhood of the holy shroud by julia navarro. Kleiers previous novel, the last day, netted 80,000 hardcovers. He flew 705 combat missions, and fought on the western and the defence of the reich fronts. The score quoted is the average score the book received. Written by glenn kleier, audiobook narrated by macleod andrews. Steven spielberg on the last days the last days is a featurelength documentary which, through the testimonies of six survivors of the holocaust, looks at the fate of hungarian jewry during the second world war.
The last day is an absolutely fabulous book that makes you take some time and just think. I loved the religious fervor that was in no way exaggerated from what the millenium produced. University of cincinnati alum glenn kleiers debut work, the last day, achieved critical acclaim and wild commercial success after its 1997 release. From the author of internationally acclaimed bestseller the last day. At the end of the twentieth century, many of us increasingly learn about history through film, either feature film or documentary. English, math, science, spelling, writing, digital. Publication date 1997 topics millennium eschatology publisher new york, ny. Suicide forest by jeremy bates is a psychological horror story that looks at peoples fascination with death, why people commit suicide, the hardships of life, friendship and lovethe thing i admired about suicide forest was that this is a book that didnt have a lot of action until the end but still managed to keep me interested. Its full of ideas and scenarios that probably will freak the hell out of people that dont live with an open mind. Grand central publishingpublisher overdrive rakuten. There are currently 19 copies plus 2 large print editions and 3 books on cd in. Clive cussler on the last day few millennial thrillers are likely to be as entertaining as this the pace is furious and the plotting is handled with style and wit. Signin to download and listen to this audiobook today. Kleiers next book, a political potboiler, should be out in the spring.
Reflections in the nile, shadows on the aegean, sunrise on the mediterranean, twilight in babylon by j. I have read the book many times over the years because the story is so intriguing, and well thought out and presented. Prior to publishing his debut novel, kleier also served as cochair of perots united we stand political party in kentucky. Avon, 1979 and edwin blacks format c cambridge, massachusetts. The last day by glenn kleier 1997 1201 audio cassette january 1, 1768 4. Follow glenn kleier and explore their bibliography from s glenn kleier author page. Around one more point is a journal sketchbook of writings, photographs and drawings that capture the adventures of b.
Buy a cheap copy of the last day book by glenn kleier. Such new agish works may well find a popular, even christian audience, but they do not comport with premillennialist. The da vinci code by dan brown was one of the most popular books of 2003. Last day by glenn kleier daughter of god by lewis perdue headlong by michael frayn the book of q by jonathan rab the sixth lamentation by william brodrick cryptonomicon by neal stephenson. Forever and a day mm by stormy glenn wolf creek pack 11.710 308 14 672 753 109 448 1370 348 804 190 444 370 75 141 887 368 559 1405 93 231 1428 1073 569 389 285 780 859 864 127 427 572 17 606 195 1139 473 775 14 1422 1310 837