A Premature Apocalypse by Dan Sofer is an exciting Christian end times thriller. It is the third book in the Dry Bones Society series and I recommend reading the previous two books first.
The novel contains all the elements predicted to happen in the end times – wars, rumours of wars, cataclysmic happenings, political battles. As well as the dead rising. The action will keep you glued in this fast paced thriller.
There are many evil men in the world. People manipulate others and events for their own gain. Powerful countries are pitted against each other as America faces Russia with Israel caught in between.
We face enemies every day because “our enemies are lies and fear.” If others can sow fear in our hearts, we will lose sight of God. Fear cannot exist if we have faith. Our God must be, and is, bigger than our fears.
Politics And Dodgy Dealings
An Accidental Messiah by Dan Sofer is a marvellous end times thriller. It is the second book in the Dry Bones series and continues where book one left off.
Politics is a nasty business with some underhand dealings but “this isn’t personal. It’s just politics.” This world throws up some unusual surprises.
There are the themes of new life and second chances. It is never too late to have a second chance. This links to choice – we all have the choice to do the right thing.
Another theme and choice is that of forgiveness.
The thrust of the novel is the second coming. We may try to predict it but no one knows the time or the place.
It Makes You Think
An Unexpected Afterlife by Dan Sofer is a novel set in Israel and concerns the end times. As the reader begins to ask questions, they are drawn into the story from the start.
Dan Sofer writes with an easy style that is endearing to the reader. With comprehensive descriptions, the reader ‘experiences’ life in Israel and is completely caught up in the action.
I thought it was a very clever plotline which reminded me of the valley of dry bones in Ezekiel.
The novel prompted questions from me – what is heaven? What is hell? Hell, as portrayed in the novel, is a very real place that no-one would willingly go to. It reminded me that we all have a choice – will we follow Jesus? Our eternal destination depends on us. I was also reminded of the biblical passage where Jesus talks about the sheep and the goats.