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Would you believe it if someone told you that you were one of the last two prophets mentioned in the book of Revelation?
It is the End of Days. The power of the Antichrist and his grip on humanity grows stronger with each passing day, enabling him to deceive the world and entice humanity into joining him in his corruption, and in his eternal punishment. With the help of th...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by World Castle Publishing
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Rick F.
Would you believe it if someone told you that you were one of the last two prophets mentioned in the book of Revelation?
It is the End of Days. The power of the Antichrist and his grip on humanity grows stronger with each passing day, enabling him to deceive the world and entice humanity into joining him in his corruption, and in his eternal punishment.

WHAT A PLOT!!

Another winner from the brilliant Jeff Horton- plot, characters and locales so finely rendered- this is not simply a book to read- b...more
Avry15
originally appeared on:Bookshelf Confessions

The last prophet is an apocalyptic book that would surely engage readers to the content of it.

The plot is well-written with enough mysteries, suspense and thrill all around it that one could not stop turning pages. I’m always lured to books which had a fact-based piece and especially this one who depends on the bible. I find the plot of having the last prophet and all written along it a bit of interesting. The author made the characters real, humanlike...more
K.A. Storm
Truly well written. I enjoyed it immensely. I look forward to reading more of his works.
June Ahern
Jonah (Jon) Elijah March is born to ordinary parents in an ordinary town in the United States. But he is no ordinary child. He is one of the last of two prophets mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Revelations.

He has dreams that in time prove to manifest as actual events that become stronger when he is a teen. When his earlier visions, like the one about Lara––literally a girl of his dreams––being involved in an accident does not manifest as he envisioned, Jon thinks he is wrong. In time he realize...more
George Lasher
A must read, especially for those that enjoy or wonder about the mysticism of religion and man's relation to the creator.
Sandee (The Whimsical Reader)
It was so real.
I loved it.
Review to follow.
Glenda Alexander
Aug 24, 2011 Glenda Alexander marked it as to-read
Sounds interesting..............!
Sanela Jurich
I really enjoyed reading this book. Actually, I think I enjoyed the author’s way of writing more than the book itself. He explains everything so clearly. You feel as if you’re truly there. This is not the type of book I usually read—I tend to go for romance—but I did like it because it made me think. No matter what your beliefs, this book will make you wonder…
I will definitely read other books written by Jeff Horton, and I would recommend The Last Prophet to everyone.
Steven
Horton is a talented author and this being the third book of his I've read, I have to say his work never bores me and keeps my mind intrigued with everything that his story is filled with. I love stories that make me wonder and think about things and that's exactly what The Last Prophet did for me.
David Bergsland
Jeffmade a difficult subject real. Praise The Lord!
Sheila
An interesting take on the tribulation and the last two prophets, based on the book of Revelation from the Bible. This book is similar to the Left Behind series of books, but it is also unique in that the Left Behind series starts with the rapture of all Christians (hence the title refers to those unbelievers who were "left behind") while The Last Prophet does not include the pre-tribulation rapture event, which means even the believing Christians have to live through the final days and the trib...more
Karen
I like this book and it's different take on the Tribulation. Since a friend wrote it I wanted to support him. He writes well and in an interesting manner. With my belief and stand on theology though ( and I do so dislike telling friends when I do not agree)I cannot go with the church being in the Great tribulation and some other factors. Thank You Jeff for letting me read and review, but must put my stand with God first above all else. this is hard for me to do though, because I love you in Jesu...more
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Jeff Horton was born in North Dakota, the youngest son of a career Air Force master sergeant, where he spent the first four years of his life before moving to North Carolina. A voracious reader growing up, he enjoyed reading everything from comic books to The Bible, including stories by many popular authors such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Michael Cric...more
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“Life is only a brief stop on the road to eternity. Our loved ones, acquaintances, and strangers pass away before our very eyes on a daily basis. Yet each of us carries on with our lives as if we will live forever. This is merely an illusion; of course, as it is an inevitable consequence of life that each of us must die.” 3 likes
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