books about: doomsday
The Doomsday Key (A Sigma Force Novel)
I enjoyed it
This book is just like the rest of Sigma Force Novels by James Rollins. Its thrilling, fun, and exciting! I enjoyed it. If you liked the first James Rollins Novels then you'll like this book.
The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine
W. W. Norton & Company
One Of My Top Ten Books On The Crash
I was twenty years old when the stock market crash happened. I was hanging out with this girl who worked all day in this brokerage office and would do nothing but complain about how hectic her job was. SHe could read about a thousand page book in two hours, so she would tell me how all these things are messed up, the CDO's did this, how CDS's did that, and, okay, I'll admit, I was attracted to ...
The Doomsday Conspiracy
This was a wonderful trip down memory lane
I first read this book about 16 years ago (give or take) as a child and for some reason the storyline and certain sentences made a powerful impression on me such that I remember them (in some cases verbatim) all these years later. (I've read many Sheldon books and they are all pretty hard to put down). There are only good points in this book (keep in mind that this book becomes less plausible ...
From Daniel to Doomsday: The Countdown Has Begun
Hagee reveals through this book the special visions that Daniel had in regards to end time prophecy. It's a compelling book that covers the thousand year prophecies and the antichrist. This book is similar to Apocalyptic Secrets of the Hebrew Sanctuary, a book that also covers Daniel.
Seduce Me In Shadow (The Doomsday Brethren, Book 2)
SEDUCE ME IN SHADOW (review)
One of a series, this is an awesome read. I've read them all and seriously hope more will follow. Shayla is a master at creating fascinating characters, especially the evil one - truely a person you love to hate. The reader is on edge from the first word to the last. Keep 'em coming Shayla. Dianne Gibbens, Louisiana
Have a Nice Doomsday: Why Millions of Americans Are Looking Forward to the End of the World (P.S.)
Bringing on the crazy! A character study
Since the time the New Testament canons were written, some of the authors and/or editors of these texts were convinced the world was coming to an end in their generation. The fact that 1900+ years have gone by and we're still here does not appear to weaken the opportunity for con men and true believers seasoned with a dash of capitalistic fervor to make a lot of money and gain an enormous amount ...
Doomsday Can Wait (The Phoenix Chronicles, Book 2)
St. Martin's Paperbacks
Terrific Doomsday 2
Doomsday Can Wait by Lori Handeland St. Martin's Paperbacks (April 28, 2009) Handeland's Doomsday series is one of the best of the burgeoning paranormal fantasies based on biblical allusions to fallen angels, children of the fallen and human women, plus a clash of darkness and light. Liz Phoenix is the resilient, sometimes frightened leader of Light. She says "I found myself the leader of ...
One of the best Superman books I've ever read, holds up to the classic Death of Superman saga well.
Possess Me at Midnight (The Doomsday Brethren, Book 3)
I was so excited for this book. From the first book there were little hints regarding Ice's pull to Sabelle and vica versa. Thier attraction and pull to eachother is adorable and sexy. Just makes you smile. Ice is the outcast of the group, but a Warrior non the less. Bram, Sabelle's brother and leader of the Brethren, has disdain for Ice. He won't allow Ice to shake hands with Sabelle. Bram ...
It has been over 10 years since I read this book, and I can still remember it clearly. It is not, as many people have said in their reviews, typical sci-fi. The story drama is drawn out without so many twists and turns that I'm used to reading. The black death becomes the main focus of the book, and it's hard to not feel real emotions from such a tragic period. The priest is an awesome ...
Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon
The two renegade Time Lords
_I found this to be a quite enjoyable revisitation with the good Doctor. While I remember the original airing of this episode, the book fleshes things out a bit better. It reads quickly and with few let downs in interest or action. _It was especially nice to have the Doctor's assistant, Jo Grant, introduced for the first time. But then you have a wealth of the Who universe introduced here: the ...
The Last American (Doomsday Warrior, No. 3)
Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
It has been 100 years since the Soviets conquered the United States and much of the world. Now the scattered Free Cities within the U.S. are about to unite and form a new nation with one goal: to forever drive the hated Soviets from America's shores. And there's only one man who can spearhead this second War of Independence: the Doomsday Warrior, Ted Rockson. However the insidious KGB, lead by the maniacal Colonel Killov, are planning to destroy ...
The Rematch that Every one knew would happen
This is a follow up to the death and rebirth of Superman. FOr those who read that tale the Creature Doomsday slayed the MAn of Steel in one of COmics greatest Battles. Later an impostor known as the Cyborg took Doomsdays corpse (it died at the same time) and strapped it to an asteroid and threw it into the depths of space. In this tale it starts of with Superman still ahving Nightmares about ...
Doomsday Men - the Real Dr Strangelove and the Dream of the Superweapon
P. D. Smith
An outstanding history of the cultural impact of superweapons
Doomsday Men is an impressively creative examination of how literature and philosophy influenced the development of superweapons, and how knowledge of their ghastly potential shaped, in turn, the cultural icons of the 20th century. It shows how those involved in the Manhattan Project differed greatly in their temperments and outlooks, and reached drastically different conclusions about the role ...
No Such Thing As Doomsday : How to Prepare for Earth Changes, Power Outages, Wars & Other Threats
Yellowstone River Publishing
HEARD ABOUT BOOK VIA ART BELL RADIO SHOW. ONE THING: DID NOT KNOW AS AUTHOR CLAIMED, THAT 1994 CRIME CONTROL ACT OF CONGRESS FORBADES HOARDING MORE THAN A 6 MONTH SUPPLY OF FOOD. AUTHOR WELL LEARNED, ARTICULATE AND WELL ABOVE GROUND, IN CLEAR THINKING; RICH IN PRACTICAL ADVICE. THIS IS A SUPER BOOK.
2012: Seeking Closure
Gregory Bernard Banks
What would you do?????
Gregory Bernard Banks wrote a powerful novel based on Tom Townsend's short story. You will run the gamut of emotions reading this book - horror, hate, panic, love, forgiveness, and so much more. Let me ask you to think - What would you do if you were told that the world would end in 3 hours and you had no control over it? How would you react? Hold those you love closely? Find revenge on ...
Life After Doomsday
How to Prepare for the Realities of Nuclear Conflict
Bruce Clayton's book was written during 1979 not too many years after Nixon frightened us with his threat - "I can go in to my office and pick up the telephone and in twenty-five minutes 70 million people will be dead"p15. Clayton's book was published in 1980 during the end of Carter's Presidency. Ronald Reagan's lot had been stirring up American fears of the "Red Scare", while Ed Clark's ...
2012: Science or Superstition (The Definitive Guide to the Doomsday Phenomenon)
The Disinformation Company
A wide-ranging and thorough approach to the 2012 phenomenon
The most cohesive and thorough approach to the subject of 2012 that I have read. Rather than focusing on the purely spiritual or physical side of this phenomenon, this book offers a brief yet highly informative look at all sides of the topic ranging from Mayan culture to geomythology to the binary star theory and its relation to the precession of the equinoxes - and thats just the first 70 ...
Tempt Me with Darkness (The Doomsday Brethren, Book 1)
love it! It's steamy, hot, sexy and yummy, I love these books, I wish there were more
Fun, easy read
As an early and mid-teen, my brother and i were englufed in David's "Endworld" and Blade series of books. Endworld was by far our favorite and in each of the over 25 Endworld books, we always heard how "Kurt Carpenter" started The Family and The Home. With those early books taking place over 100 years after the armageddon and the world still in chaos but starting to come to some common ground, it ...
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