Reviews of Blackbird and The Indwelling

| July 10, 2001

Blackbird -
Jennifer Lauck

Reviewed by trucker
Dyan Y. Bartlett
Round Rock, Texas

Title: Blackbird
Author: Jennifer Lauck
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Listening Time: 6 hours
Retail: $26
Genre: Jennifer Lauck’s childhood memoirs

Plot: Blackbird is the memoir of Jennifer Lauck’s childhood, during the early 1970s. Through tragic events, Jennifer learns she can depend only on herself.

Main characters: Jennifer Lauck is a small child who deals with caring for her dying mother. She must also face her father’s marriage to the wicked stepmother.

Mrs. Lauck, the mother, is an ailing woman unable to cope with losing her dignity and her husband. Mr. Lauck, the father, is a man who will not deal with his ailing wife and spends more time at work than with his family.

Narrator’s style: It was very hard to get into the story. But if you can get past the semimonotonous voice, the story becomes engrossing.
What’s best (or not): That one so young could endure so much and still come out OK. I look
forward to the sequel.

Would you recommend? Yes, I think we sometimes feel that we have it bad. I couldn’t even imagine being that young and dealing with Jennifer’s life. It made me thankful for my own life.

Rating: 6


The Indwelling -
Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins

Reviewed by trucker
Robert D. Goff
Cottonwood, Ala.

Title: The Indwelling
Author: Tim LaHaye and
Jerry Jenkins
Publisher: Books in Motion
Listening Time: 10 hours

Genre: The Indwelling is a fictional presentation based on a nonfictional religious belief. Anyone will surely be drawn into the suspense as reported by Jack Sondericker.

Plot: The Indwelling is the continuing drama of those left behind. It is the midpoint of the seven-year tribulation with the Battle of the Ages raging which will eventually engulf the earth and allow hell to emerge in a new light throughout the land.

The tribulation force continues their tasks to stand and fight the enemies of God during the most chaotic years that the earth will ever see and await the rise of the Antichrist. The flight of the tribulation force is international in nature including underground operations with operatives inside the global communities awaiting the Antichrist to organize his takeover and continue his one-world government based in Bablyon.

Reviews of Blackbird and The Indwelling

| July 10, 2001

Blackbird -
Jennifer Lauck

Reviewed by trucker
Dyan Y. Bartlett
Round Rock, Texas

Title: Blackbird
Author: Jennifer Lauck
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Listening Time: 6 hours
Retail: $26
Genre: Jennifer Lauck’s childhood memoirs

Plot: Blackbird is the memoir of Jennifer Lauck’s childhood, during the early 1970s. Through tragic events, Jennifer learns she can depend only on herself.

Main characters: Jennifer Lauck is a small child who deals with caring for her dying mother. She must also face her father’s marriage to the wicked stepmother.

Mrs. Lauck, the mother, is an ailing woman unable to cope with losing her dignity and her husband. Mr. Lauck, the father, is a man who will not deal with his ailing wife and spends more time at work than with his family.

Narrator’s style: It was very hard to get into the story. But if you can get past the semimonotonous voice, the story becomes engrossing.
What’s best (or not): That one so young could endure so much and still come out OK. I look
forward to the sequel.

Would you recommend? Yes, I think we sometimes feel that we have it bad. I couldn’t even imagine being that young and dealing with Jennifer’s life. It made me thankful for my own life.

Rating: 6


The Indwelling -
Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins

Reviewed by trucker
Robert D. Goff
Cottonwood, Ala.

Title: The Indwelling
Author: Tim LaHaye and
Jerry Jenkins
Publisher: Books in Motion
Listening Time: 10 hours

Genre: The Indwelling is a fictional presentation based on a nonfictional religious belief. Anyone will surely be drawn into the suspense as reported by Jack Sondericker.

Plot: The Indwelling is the continuing drama of those left behind. It is the midpoint of the seven-year tribulation with the Battle of the Ages raging which will eventually engulf the earth and allow hell to emerge in a new light throughout the land.

The tribulation force continues their tasks to stand and fight the enemies of God during the most chaotic years that the earth will ever see and await the rise of the Antichrist. The flight of the tribulation force is international in nature including underground operations with operatives inside the global communities awaiting the Antichrist to organize his takeover and continue his one-world government based in Bablyon.

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