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eBook Omen IV: Armageddon 2000 ePub
Author: Gordon McGill
Language: English
ISBN: 0708822754
ISBN13: 978-0708822753
Publisher: Futura; paperback / softback edition (1983)
Pages: 224
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Subcategory: Crafts
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 875
Formats: azw lit mbr txt
ePub file: 1203 kb
Fb2 file: 1514 kb

Omen IV: Armageddon 2000 Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1982.

Omen IV: Armageddon 2000 Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1982. by. Gordon McGill (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Instead, Gordon McGill (who wrote the movie tie-in novelization of Omen III: The Final Conflict as well), kills off the Antichrist, only to have the real Antichrist be born to Katherine Reynolds, the unfortunate journalist love-interest of the last outing. Delivered by the cult-nurse of the third part, the new, 14-year-old nameless child (literally, the Nameless One, or the Desolate One), knows exactly who he is.

Omen IV: Armageddon 2000 is a 1983 novel published by Gordon McGill. It is a sequel to The Final Conflict, and is completely unconnected to the 1991 film, Omen IV: The Awakening. Damien Thorn, spawn of Satan, was dead, slain by one of the sacred daggers of Armageddon. Even Father De Carlo, his most brilliant opponent, believed the greatest threat the world had ever known was defeated for eternity.

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Omen Four : Armageddon Two Thousand. Unlike the Omen 4 that came out on television, Armaggedon 2000 stays on the correct path of the series established in the first book (The Omen). Book in the The Omen Series). This is a must read book. Too bad they didn't make this version into the movie.

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Gavinranadar
This IS NOT a novelization of the terrible made-for-TV Omen 4, with the girl-Damien and the New-Age mom from V - the series. Instead, Gordon McGill (who wrote the movie tie-in novelization of Omen III: The Final Conflict as well), kills off the Antichrist, only to have the real Antichrist be born to Katherine Reynolds, the unfortunate journalist love-interest of the last outing. Delivered by the cult-nurse of the third part, the new, 14-year-old nameless child (literally, the Nameless One, or the Desolate One), knows exactly who he is. And where Damien: Omen II character Paul Burher served as an integral character of that film/book tie-in - he's only mentioned in The Final Conflict - here, he is prominent, serving as "the boy's" personal assistant. As people begin to drop off Omen-style (the franchise's weakness), Buhrer wakes up to the fact that where Damien seemed to want merely to control the world, the boy blatantly wants to destroy it. Frankly, I was disappointed that no one ever even tried to make this into a film, even a TV movie. It's a fun read, and one that (like its predecessors), gets you all nice and caught up on the long body count touching the Thorn family over the years, before continuing it. McGill does a good job telling the story and a good job of using disparate elements of the Omen universe (a tiny one) to connect its threads. It's a good followup to The Final Conflict and feels very much like a natural extension of the thing the franchise grew into, before it grew that other Omen 4.
Vojar
I'm a huge "Omen" fan, and I own all the novels up to this one. I'm about 2/3 of the way through the book, and I must say while it does have some very chilling scenes....it just seems lacking somehow. The first 2 novels were superb, tightly paced and the characters well fleshed out. The novel that precedes this one: "The Final Conflict" was written by the same author as "Omen IV", and I recognize the prose. The story is just much too rushed, characters jump from here to there without much of an even flow.
The characters become confusing as to who is who sometimes, and while it is a decent entry, it needs more "Omen menace" to it.
I will say its VERY fascinating and refreshing to have the Son Of God play a role in this tale!
Lightseeker
If you are an "Omen" fan who was disappointed (as was I) by the finale of "The Final Conflict" movie in 1981, then you should know that there's quite a bit more to the story. Gordon McGill has continued the saga of the Antichrist, the late Damien Thorn, with a story that reads like another 20th Century Fox entry in the "Omen" saga. Forget that horrid made-for-TV movie, "Omen IV: The Awakening"...that was, and still is, manure. Mr. McGill follows this installment with "Omen V: The Abomination".
anonymous
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Tygokasa
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Gholbirdred
Omen IV, Armageddon was a chilling novel, and held my interest all the way. I gave it 5 stars. The seller William Stucker, delivered in record time and the book is in good condition. I would purchase from him again.
Dranar
waste of money and poorly written
Omen IV: Armageddon 2000 picks up ninth months after the events of The Final Conflict, then jumps ahead 18 years. The son of Damien (Grandson of the Devil?) is living in seculsion, hidden from the world, and protected by Paul Buher (a character Damien 'befriended' in Omen 2) the head of the once mighty Thorn Corporation. Several characters are taken from the opening montage of The Final Conflict and dispatched in clumsy 'accidents' before the novel stumbles to its conclusion. Other than Buher's crisis of faith (he is considering converting to Christianity) there is of little interest here. At least it's superior to the terrible tele-sequel.
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