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10 thoughts on “Armageddon 2000: Omen IV

  1. says:

    An enjoyable slice of 80s occult hokum that picks up exactly where The Final Conflict left off Better written than it needs to be, you can practically hear Jerry Goldsmith s Oscar winning score kick in every time another bizarre murder takes place Speaking of murders, this book s loaded with em The body count is impressive, and the whole thing builds to a downbeat, apocalyptic climax involving Biblical prophecy, the Middle East and atomic weapons Best r

  2. says:

    What I took most from this book was how does cow shit end up on the wheel of an aeroplane, and would you be bothered if you were stuck to that wheel as it came in to land And something about the end of the world.

  3. says:

    EH, it was ok, but sort of lack luster Also weak ending.

  4. says:

    This was actually a really good book Basically Damien is reborn since his soul wasn t destroyed at the end of the 3rd book and he continues to bring about Armageddon A good read if your a fan of the Omen

  5. says:

    Giving birth out of your arse ouch.Pretty forgettable other than that bit.

  6. says:

    Yuck The original novel in the Omen series is by the author of one of the film novelizations and he really seems lost without a screenwriter to come up with ideas for him He seems to fall back on a lot of ideas from the films and they come as no great surprise to anyone who has seen them in theory this book is for fans of the films I love Richard Donner s 1976 original The Omen , it s a masterpiece, and Damien The Omen II is a decent entry so why didn t I have fun with this First Yuck Th

  7. says:

    The Omen series is just full of missed opportunities This fourth book, which is of no relation to the film Omen IV The Awakening, feels just like a rehash of everything that has happened thus far, only this time it s with Damien s son, who was born under rather unsavory circumstances The rud re born Nazarene is still nowhere to be found, and everyone is just trying to kill Damien s son The death scenes are entertaining and memorable, and really, I guess, that s all The Omen series real The Omen

  8. says:

    Silly stuff, and not nearly as wild as I had heard Still, some great over the top horror moments, and the ending it pretty cool.

  9. says:

    216 pages

  10. says:

    Quick read and fun, I laughed out loud.

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