Item description for Things Unseen by Don Moore...
Set against the thunderous backdrop of Revelation, this novel covers the last seven days before the Second Coming. By bringing the burnished imagery of the Bible's final book into a stunningly realistic focus, it tells the taut story of love, betrayal, and the search for truth during mankind's last attempt to build Utopia without God.
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Studio: WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.64" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.73 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2003
Publisher WinePress Publishing
ISBN 1579215602 ISBN13 9781579215606
Reviews - What do customers think about Things Unseen?
Intrigue Jun 7, 2003
The theological science fiction novel Things Unseen by Don Moore is quite an extraordinary read. The novel kept me guessing the whole time, and it was one of those few books that I could hardly put down. Perhaps my favorite aspect of the book is how it deals with the lives of ordinary people. Most apocalyptic stories tell of presidents, dictators, the U.N. etc. In Things Unseen, you can relate to the everday men and women trying to survive and cope when history's climactic events unfold around them. This book is very well written and has the capability of keeping your attention. I highly recommend it!~
Real people in an apocalyptic struggle Apr 16, 2003
Most apocalyptic novels that deal with the end times, the Second Coming, or Armageddon are told through the activities of stereotypical characters who are better described as symbols of good or evil than as living, breathing human beings.
In Don Moore's Things Unseen, however, most of the "bad guys" are really more misled and confused than flat out evil. Even the protagonist is losing his faith--that is, his faith in the skeptical point of view.
This is a book about real people, struggling to survive in a strange, violent world, not the usual abstract good and evil, black and white robots usually found in this genre.