Here is audio intensity on a grand scale, complete with original music and riveting sound effects. Based on the fifth book in the best-selling end times series co-authored by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. Available on high quality audiocassette and compact disc.
Record Label Tyndale Audio
Format Abridged / Audiobook / CD
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.64" Width: 4.88" Height: 0.94"
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2001
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do our customers think?
|Apollyon: An Experience in Sound and Drama Jun 9, 2007|
|Great! The entire series is wonderful. The authors had to have a special inspiration from God in putting together the details. I listened to this about 6 years ago and again this month--today, I can see the progression of earth's events--just as depicted in the audio. One suggestion: would like to have had musical effects and sound better balanced--small parts were barely audible others overwhelming. Overall...I would definitely recommend it--and would listen again!|
|This tripe is not for all audiences Mar 20, 2003|
|I was shocked by the content of the "Left Behind" CD Books. I believe they were improperly advertised. The theme is repulsive and disgusting. The readers make many mistakes and the sound levels are poorly controlled.|
|Wow... Mar 14, 2003|
|If you like Left Behind, you'll love these. If you don't, get them anyway, because you're sure to appreciate the quality of the acting, sound, and drama.|
The world is heating up after the Rapture. The antichrist is revealing himself more and more, as spiritual plagues of Biblical proportions descend on Earth. The Tribulation struggles for its survival, and meets new friends (and enemies) along the way.
The best part of this particular album is the demon-locusts, the judgment from Revelation. These audio guys really had to rack their brains (and microphones) to come up with appropriate sounds for them...and they succeeded.
Incredibly powerful adaptations of the best-selling novels by Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye.
|Apollyon: An experience in sound and drama May 3, 2001|
|I am hooked. My wife started me on the "Left Behind" series when she bought me a the first books on CD for a Christmas present. I travel about two and a half hours a day to work and these cd worked exceptionally. The continue to leave me thrirsting for the next one on the sound and drama format. The actors reading the parts put a human voice and emotion with the words. I can't get enough of them. I've even went back to read the books later and found that the cd's are better. Kudos to the authors as well for the gripping and scripturally accurate storylines.|
|The Destroyer comes--and the excitement gets better! Apr 14, 2001|
|The _Left Behind_ series of radio plays represents radio as we have not heard it since Orson (_The War of the Worlds_) Welles. With these twelve installments, Orson Welles meets Arch (_Lights Out, Everyone..._) Oboler. If the Firestorm Revenge of the Jerusalem Twosome doesn't scare you, then the Darkening of the Sun ought to, and Apollyon's dreaded Locusts certainly will! |
Connoisseurs of high drama will appreciate how deftly Todd Busteed sets everything up. Even newcomers will get a thorough introduction to a number of characters who react very badly to a severe stress--before that stress is applied. And fans of Arch Oboler will surely agree that these plays have special effects that put old Arch's man-turned-inside-out effect to shame!
So put a bag of popcorn in the microwave, gather 'round the hi-fi system, put this on, turn down the lights, and get ready for a wild ride. And while you're at it--get yourself right with the Lord, while this horror show is still fiction and still in the future!
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