Item description for The Infinite Day (The Lamb among the Stars, Book 3) by Chris Walley...
Overview As evil Lord-Emperor Nezhuala prepares to launch a mighty fleet towards Earth, the fate of the human race lies in the hands of heroic Merral D'Avanos, who must first journey through the deeper parts of Below-Space to rescue hostages taken from his world. 10,000 first printing.
Publishers Description "Vero, you remember you once said there were people who would follow me to the gates of hell?" "A figure of speech." "We'd better find them. That's where we're going."After the defeat of the evil Dominion forces at Farholme, Commander Merral D'Avanos prepares a task force to rescue thirty hostages captured by the fleeing Margrave Lezaroth. Merral's only hope is that he can get to the hostages before they're taken to Lord-Emperor Nezhuala at the Blade of Night--the nexus of the Dominion's power. But in order to get there, Merral and his crew will have to survive a perilous trip through Below Space. Meanwhile, news of the Dominion's defeat at Farholme reaches Ancient Earth but is tempered by the sobering truth of the enemy's growth and strength. It is now clear that an attack on the Assembly is imminent, but how far should the Assembly go to stop it? And does the real danger lie in the Dominion or in the subtle evil that has arrived at the heart of the Assembly itself? "The Infinite Day" is the thrilling conclusion to the epic Lamb among the Stars series that has readers and critics raving.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.22" Width: 6.18" Height: 1.74" Weight: 1.97 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2008
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Series Lamb Among The Stars
Series Number 3
ISBN 141431468X ISBN13 9781414314686
Availability 0 units.
More About Chris Walley
A Greek-Cypriot by birth, J. John lives in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. He is married to Killy and they have 3 sons. J.John became a Christian in 1975. Since then he has gained the position as one of the leading communicators of Christianity today. J.John has been described as refreshing, humorous, passionate, earthy, accessible, dynamic and most of all, ordinary. To date, he has completed thousands of speaking engagements at conferences, towns, cities and universities in 26 countries on 6 continents. One million copies of his books are in print in 13 languages.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Infinite Day (The Lamb among the Stars, Book 3)?
Ruben Mar 29, 2010
Great series, didn't want it to end. One of the best books I've read. I hope he continues to write, I can't believe that he isn't more popular. I am a reformed christian and his portrayal of our fallen race is pretty good. Buy the series, you won't regret it.
wow Jan 17, 2010
I have finally finished reading the grand epic adventure of a lifetime! What a read! At first, I was sorely disappointed in the slowness of the first book. I even put a bad review online! But, The second part captured my attention in huge way. I became engrossed in the innocence of a people never tempted by evil before. The time spent at first on describing the purity of their lives became precious as that purity slipped away! And even though at the end, the characters are doing things they could never have imagined, it still shocks and hurts! Violence is proclaimed to be the terrible, hurting shock that it is. Lying is the dark self-curse that it truly is, not the "lesser" sin. I am in in total awe of this story, Mr. Walley. I must truly give praise to the Maker of our actual Universe for inspiring this story in your soul. For that is what it truly is: inspired. I stayed up late for the first time since I had young babies waking me up early, so I could finish the story! And what an ending! wow. wow. wow. God even spoke to me through some of the events in this book. He said things like "mistakes are not the end of the world, my child. I am ALL Powerful and am fully capable of redeeming your mistakes for my greater glory and even your ultimate benefit!" So. Thank you, Mr. Walley for writing this. And thank your publishers for me, too!
The Infinite Day May 26, 2009
The conclusion to the "Lamb Among the Stars" trilogy is intense and exciting. The ending is both a shock but satisfying. The war with the Dominion and the battle within the Assembly is realistic. The characters development has the reader drawn into the story so you feel for them and understand their struggles as they deal with new situations that they never thought would happen to them in their world! Chris Walley's writing leaves you wanting more from this fantastic author - he could be the C.S. Lewis or J.R.R. Tolkien of our day!
Lamb Among The Stars -The Infinite Day Jan 9, 2009
Wonderful book in excellent condition. Christian science-fiction. This book really made me stop and think about all the consequences of our actions and our spirituality. It was very well written, and very thoughtfully written. I wish all Christians could read this series and enjoy the spirit of the Lamb Among The Stars. Not preachy- fun to read, but the philosophy of the universe being all Followers is unique and made me stop and think about my own life.
A Triumphant Conclusion Aug 8, 2008
Chris Walley does an excellent job of creating an intriguing science-fiction universe with a uniquely Christian point of view. While some readers may find the "pax Christiana" that is the foundation of this series to be difficult to swallow, it is necessary for setting the stage of the slide into evil that the series portrays and that this book concludes.
While the universe itself is a strong point for this series, the characters themselves are what really shine. All of them wrestle with flaws, some succumbing to them and others rising above them in ways that are accessible and believable.
The action that kept me turning pages to the early hours of the morning; the sharp, intriguing universe; the engaging, sympathetic (and even unsympathetic) characters: all of these work together to form a smart, compelling read with a strong Christian foundation in a starfaring future.