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Title:
The ultimatum : a novel
Author:
Bunn, T. Davis, 1952-
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Publication Information:
Nashville : T. Nelson Publishers, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
ix, 312 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
"A Janet Thoma book."

Sequel to: The warning.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780785270867
Format :
Book

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Summary

An award-winning author delivers a compelling sequel to the bestselling The Warning. Buddy Korda calls America to repentance and fights collusion in high places as countless lives hang in the balance.


Author Notes

Thomas Davis Bunn grew up in North Carolina. He became an international financial expert and worked in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Bunn is writer of historical fiction and legal thrillers, in which Christian faith plays a big part. He has written novels together with Canadian author Janette Oke, and others with his wife Isabella. Bunn has recently begun publishing using the name Davis Bunn. Bunn has also used the pseudonym Thomas Locke. He won a Christy Award three times

T. Davis Bunn is a Christian writer who won the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award for Fiction for Tidings of Comfort and Joy (1998). He has also collaborated with Janette Oke on works, including Another Homecoming, which also won the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award for Fiction, and Return to Harmony.

His works include Falconer's Quest, Full Circle, All Through the Night, and Gold of Kings.

(Bowker Author Biography) T. Davis Bunn was raised in North Carolina, taught international finance in Switzerland, worked in Africa and the Middle East, and served as managing director of an international advisory group based in Dusseldorf, Germany. He is the bestselling author of fourteen novels and currently lives in Oxford, England, with his wife, Isabella.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Library Journal Review

In The Warning (Thomas Nelson, 1998), Buddy Korda received a message from God warning people of a coming economic disaster. The message proved true, and the world was plunged into a second Great Depression. Now Buddy has received a second divine message, this time urging him to have an amendment specifically protecting religious freedom added to the U.S. Constitution. Buddy travels the country hoping to get the amendment passed. Although this book is smoothly written, whether readers enjoy it will probably depend on their feelings about Buddy's mission. Libraries where the first title proved popular might want this sequel, but others may want to pass. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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