Ends and a beginning

I found this list of bestsellers to be more than a little amusing and I wonder how many authors have had their books stuck on the bestseller lists behind both Richard Dawkins and Tim LaHaye. Anyhow, thanks to everyone who made the release of the three ebooks a successful one, as all three hit the top 25 in their category and War even hit number 11. I hope you find them enjoyable, or at the very least, occasionally thought-provoking. And, if you’ve got the time, I hope you’ll consider posting reviews once you finish them, Wrath in particular could use some since it has only two.

This was probably my favorite review, coming from Publisher’s Weekly concerning Shadow: “Some of the best (and most disturbing) writing occurs in the sections that try to imagine the inner worlds of the killers”. I’m not sure what it says about me that I am apparently better at imagining and describing the mindset of a murderous, demon-possessed psychopath than a happy and well-adjusted cheerleader, except I may be listening to too much Mushroomhead.

Best Sellers in Religious Science Fiction & Fantasy

1. Left Behind
Tim LaHaye, Jerry B. Jenkins
2. Tribulation Force (Left Behind)
3. Nicolae (Left Behind, No. 3)
4. SCARS: An Amazing End-Times Prophecy Novel
Patience Prence
5. Soul Harvest (Left Behind, No. 4)
6.Assassins (Left Behind, Book 6)
7.Armageddon (Left Behind)
8. Apollyon (Left Behind, No. 5)
9. Glorious Appearing (Left Behind)
10. The Indwelling (Left Behind)
11. The War in Heaven (Eternal Warriors)
Theodore Beale