Shadowed: The Final Judgment

Shadowed: The Final Judgment Review

In this rapid-fire conclusion to the best-selling Soon series, follow Paul Stepola, his wife, Jae, and their young children as they try to elude capture by the National Peace Organization and sentencing for treason. The law banning the practice of religion around the globe is on the brink of collapse. The tide is turning but personal, family hostilities threaten to end in disaster before the world comes to its senses.

Title:Shadowed: The Final Judgment
Edition Language:English

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    Shadowed: The Final Judgment Reviews

  • Heidi Williams

    A must read for everyone.Makes you really question am I ready are my family and friends ready?"People get ready Jesus is coming "...

  • Barbara

    This thrilling conclusion of the Underground Zealot series is well worth reading. The ending is very satisfying, and the characters did not always remain as they seemed to be at first. It was interest...

  • Angie B

    I finally finished! In this was just as exciting as the other two in the series. Makes you really think about what we as Christians can do if/when put in the position in which we would have to go unde...

  • Jerry

    The writing and story are at least on par with the previous two novels, both of which were better than usual for Jerry Jenkins. However, (view spoiler)[the ending seemed too Disneyfied; bad guy gets c...

  • Kiersten

    More great suspense from Jerry Jenkins, although not up to par with, say, the Left behind series. I felt like I just couldn't connect with the characters. I'm kind of on the fence about the ending, to...

  • Carla Still

    This was a great finish in this trilogy of books. It was exciting to read the character transformations and plot twists and turns. The continued unfolding of the gospel was well written into the story...

  • dejah_thoris

    The content is good and the pacing is faster than the other two books, but I would not recommend listening to the audiobook. The audiobook frequently jumps between volume levels using whispers for int...

  • Randy Tramp

    Strong characters and exciting plot, and I might add, realistic.Hopefully, the events in the book never happen but the way the world is going, it could. Religious persecution formed this nation. Yet, ...

  • Anna Catherman

    A slightly confusing and disappointing end to an okay-to-good trilogy, Shadowed felt a little more cliched than the others. On top of that, the ending was quite vague and in some ways "undoes" some of...

  • Marlene Banks

    This third Underground Zealot novel certainly made up for the lag in the second one. It didn't get boring at all and the story's action kept me turning the pages wanting to know what would happen next...