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Mark of Evil

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Economies have fallen, freedom has been suppressed, and peace is a distant memory. The world is falling apart. Joshua Jordan's protege Ethan March, along with Jimmy Louder and Rivka Reuban have been left behind in a world that is rapidly coming under the complete influence of the Antichrist. Technology is growing by leaps and bounds, with BID-Tag implants, robotic police units, and drone-bots flying overhead . . . all designed to control and dominate those who resist the Antichrist's reign of evil. As Biblical prophecy is fulfilled each new day, Ethan and the others in the Remnant struggle to eat, to procure necessary goods, and to avoid the Global Alliance---in short, to survive. But when the forces of evil attempt to pervert the world's most powerful information system to their own sinister ends, eliminating everyone who gets in their way, it's up to Ethan and the Remnant to subvert their dark ambitions. From New York Times best-selling author Tim LaHaye, creator and co-author of the world-renowned Left Behind books, and Craig Parshall, Mark of Evil is the final thrilling chapter in The End series. With high-tech thrills against a background of prophetic events that seem to leap from today's news, this is the story of global tribulations bringing the world one step closer to the reign of the Antichrist and the return of Jesus Christ in glory.



  • I can't bear to listen to this book because the narrator is absolutely terrible. I have no clue if the story itself is any good. Seriously, does anyone at the audio company even bother to listen to these books? I'm definitely going to return this dreadful choice.
  • What's up with the decision to switch narrators for the final book? This dude totally messed up the whole vibe. They should've stuck with Stefan Rudnicki for this one as well. I mean, there were moments where I felt like Ben Stein was the one reading the book... and that's definitely not a good thing. It's a shame that such an awesome novel series had to end on a sour note because of the narration. The story itself was top-notch, but the delivery just didn't do it justice.
  • I wouldn't have been able to finish this book if I hadn't enjoyed the previous two in the series. The distracting and annoying lip smacking, strange pauses, annunciation, and emphasis made it difficult to listen to. Plus, they didn't even keep the pronunciation of names consistent with the first two books.
  • I was really excited to dive into this book, but as soon as it kicked off, I was greeted with the most horrendous narrator I've ever encountered. Honestly, I don't know if I can push through and complete the book.
  • I really didn't care for the narrator at all. It was tough to stay engaged and I found myself zoning out frequently. I had to rewind and listen to chapters again because I couldn't fully grasp the story.
  • I found the narrator of 'Mark of Evil' to be incredibly irritating. He would constantly fluctuate between speaking so softly that I had to turn up the volume, and then suddenly belting out his lines, almost deafening me. Whether I was using headphones or not, it was a challenge to listen to. It would greatly improve the overall experience if he could better control and adjust his tone. Unfortunately, my struggle to listen to him greatly affected my ability to fully enjoy the story.
  • I absolutely adore this new installment in the series. However, the narrator's enunciation can be a bit challenging to grasp, and their speaking volume tends to be on the quieter side. Personally, I would have preferred the narrator who lent their voice to the previous books.
  • The narrator for the previous trilogy was more to my liking. I was anticipating a different plot set in a different era. I really wanted there to be another installment in the series.