You first met David Ponder in The Traveler’s Gift, and now several years later, he’s back – to save the world. God has decided that the world has strayed so far away from Him that He is going to destroy humans and “start over” IF David and the other Travelers cannot figure out the answer to a question. David must race against time to find the answer with a limited amount of guesses and the help of his fellow Travelers. Will he succeed?
This book was very interesting. I had a hard time understanding it several times, and I think the author portrayed the archangel Gabriel in a very negative light. For example, Gabriel got upset when humans referred to him as an angel and not an archangel. When reading this book, people need to remember that angels are holy, therefore anger and haughtiness are not something angels exhibit unless they have fallen. Other than that, The Final Summit offers a interesting glimpse into historical figures, and makes several good points about our world and where it is headed and what it needs to do about it. It was also interesting that he mentioned historical figures that were in his books “The Boy who Changed The World” and “The Butterfly Effect”.
In accordance with new laws, I am required to say that I got this book for free from Thomas Nelson in exchange for a review. I am not required to give a positive review.