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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • The Secret on Ararat
  • Tim LaHaye
  • English
  • 04 October 2016
  • 9780553586077

About the Author: Tim LaHaye

Jerry B JenkinsHe has written over books both fiction and non fiction.



10 thoughts on “The Secret on Ararat

  1. Jerry Jerry says:

    Continuing the biblical archaeology based actionadventure saga that began in Babylon Rising The Secret on Ararat has even cliffhangers and intense moments than its preuel Michael Murphy the series' protagonist is an Indiana Jones style Biblical scholar who finds himself in tight situations and regularly proves himself to be mentally and physically up to such tasks If you've read and enjoyed the Babylon Rising uadrilogy's first outing you've got to read this one too I've actually read the entire series previously and from what I remember the action heats up so much in the final two volumes it's almost like a old school video game in your mindEDIT I pretty much feel the same way I did beforeso why reinvent the wheel?EDIT 2 This was a bit lighter on action than I rememberedbut still good I hope the next two are as action packed and fun as I recall them being

  2. Christie Christie says:

    I really loved this book It is faith based series that includes a hero that is a biblican archeologist that is trying to prove that the bible is authentic The cool thing is that it takes place all the world and uses the bible to bring to life the possibility that what the bible says is accurate and the accounts are based on what happened In this book they are trying to prove the existence of Noah's Ark with a spin there are good guys and bad guys I think this book is provacative and even if you have uestions about how you feel about the bible and its authenticity it will make you uestion and come to your own conclusions Isn't that what it is all about?

  3. Nola Redd Nola Redd says:

    Once again Tim LaHaye and Bob Phillips have teamed up this time bringing us an adventure centered around locating Noah’s ark Michael Murphy teams up with a skilled and diverse group and sets out on an expedition up this great mountain – after of course the appropriate background research The Babylon Rising series are engaging and intriguing describing some fantastic possibilities The action is non stop and those secrets are for the most part well written I again take umbrage with the initial mixed up seuencing but otherwise the scenes are well crafted As with the last book I resent and am bored by being lectured to but at least the authors are consistent I really enjoyed the way Noah’s ark was linked to the New Testament prophecy made by Christ and how that worked itself into the story to make this one of warning I think that LaHaye has always been successful at subtle missionary work along with a few passages of blatant conversion aimed towards unbelievers in the book The subtle works the best I think because it digs deep into the readers mind without their even being aware of it I also like the gradual change our characters undergo through this novel Murphy has changed since his wife’s murder only slightly although his kill or not kill struggle regarding Talon is realistic and keeps us wondering But Isis is changing as well and in a very subtle way I appreciate the fact that we are not – as yet – being hit over the head by her conversion The introduction of the “bad guy” was also well crafted; it kept me guessing until the very end Talon of course is a staple but his cohort in crime was uite a surprise particularly after the CIA betrayal We are left wondering just how the government factors in The only grudge I have left regarding the writing style is the freuent change in the 3rd person At some points it is limited focusing on a single character’s thoughts and feelings Then it jumps into another character’s mind in the same passage This is uite confusing I noticed this in the first book as well; when Barrington meets with the Seven he can’t see their faces but we are soon told their names despite being trapped in his perspective This was very confusing and left me wondering if I had missed something I hadn’t; I looked The Secret on Ararat made some intriguing points and stimulated my imagination It left me wondering if there is a conspiracy if there was evidence if the ark was there I would love to see a note from the author detailing which parts were fact and which were fiction so that I could follow up on the information he has provided

  4. Kim Kim says:

    book two in the series following our main character murphey in his uest to find Noahs arkdanger all around him death and betrayalhard to believe its christian book this one had a little bit of everything comedy that had me LOL'ing suspense romance etcetc

  5. Lee Lee says:

    Another winner looking for Noahs Ark Lots of adventure always some sermons but again can't put it down

  6. Rod Rod says:

    An Indian Jones meets James Bond attempt at making the Bible come to life It Works I loved it

  7. Jay DeMoir Jay DeMoir says:

    25 stars

  8. Elijah Abanto Elijah Abanto says:

    Finished this incredible novel this morning This is part of a series and I'm sad I don't have the other books 1st 3rd and 4th but this one has taught me on the subject of Noah's Ark than any I've ever read The thrilling moments are palpable and I've learned about family relationships the lure of money and the reality of evil in this world

  9. Stan Stan says:

    Since I didn't read the third book in the series I can't say it was better than this one I can say however that this book was the best of the books in this series that I read That may be attributable to the fact that Mr LaHaye brought a new co author on board apparently LaHaye provided the research and the co authors put it in novel form but I'm not surePlausibilty definitely got a bump in this book Murhpy's awesome skills for instance are better shown to be grounded in training there's a hint at that in book one but not so much as here Things didn't seem to come uite as easily as in Babylon Rising thankfully but there were still plenty of Deus Ex moments like the convenient arrival of a mysterious mountain man who saves Murhphy's group before disappearing wordlessly only to later and very conveniently save Murphy againLaHayePhillips don't seem particularly bothered with keeping characters alive As expected however the important characters lived ie those we were expected to have some emotional investment in but it seemed the supporting cast must have all been wearing red shirts if you know what I meanThis book is also very heavy into the Dan Brown feel but fortunately for the series most of the infodump happens in a classroom setting which makes it easier to handleMurphy had started to grow on me a little by this time and that helped It also helped that the research as in all the books in the series was very well done and that the authors did keep things real despite the occasional authorial fiat that helped some of the charactersOne thing that continued to turn me off though was the whole everyone hates evangelical Christians tone that started in book one and doesn't abate throughout the series I wasn't so bothered by the freuent evangelising that went on in the book there are a few subplots about Christian characters sharing their faith; I could live with that even if I didn't agree with everything they said Still there was this woe is me feeling and it utterly sidelined non evangelical Christians almost as if there were no other type of Christians I wasn't offended by that but it seemed to tie into the too convenient thing like the fact that a small town college professor would attract the serious attention of a world spanning cabal that surely has potent enemiesAgain lots of unrealised potential here but it was definitely an improvement over the first

  10. Nathan Nathan says:

    The Secret on Ararat is the second book in the Babylon Rising series Biblical archaeologist and professor Michael Murphy is back on a search to prove that the Flood in the book of Genesis really happened He is on a search for Noah's Ark In this book the reader learns even about Murphy further stregthening the feeling of Murphy and the reader being relatedI liked this book because it seems to go into detail about Murphy and the rest of the characters from the first book along with bringing in new characters Tim LaHaye goes into detail of Murphy's crew of mountian climbers and their dangerous conflicts while searching for the Ark on Mount AraratHe also goes into detail about the relationship between Murphy and Dr Isis McDonald a friend of Murphy's There are many dangers along the way to find the ark and that is a reason I liked the book its action and suspenseI would recomend this book to anyone who had read Babylon Rising and felt like they needed of the story

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10 thoughts on “The Secret on Ararat

  1. Jerry Jerry says:

    Continuing the biblical archaeology based actionadventure saga that began in Babylon Rising The Secret on Ararat has even cliffhangers and intense moments than its preuel Michael Murphy the series' protagonist is an Indiana Jones style Biblical scholar who finds himself in tight situations and regularly proves himself to be mentally and physically up to such tasks If you've read and enjoyed the Babylon Rising uadrilogy's first outing you've got to read this one too I've actually read the entire series previously and from what I remember the action heats up so much in the final two volumes it's almost like a old school video game in your mindEDIT I pretty much feel the same way I did beforeso why reinvent the wheel?EDIT 2 This was a bit lighter on action than I rememberedbut still good I hope the next two are as action packed and fun as I recall them being

  2. Christie Christie says:

    I really loved this book It is faith based series that includes a hero that is a biblican archeologist that is trying to prove that the bible is authentic The cool thing is that it takes place all the world and uses the bible to bring to life the possibility that what the bible says is accurate and the accounts are based on what happened In this book they are trying to prove the existence of Noah's Ark with a spin there are good guys and bad guys I think this book is provacative and even if you have uestions about how you feel about the bible and its authenticity it will make you uestion and come to your own conclusions Isn't that what it is all about?

  3. Nola Redd Nola Redd says:

    Once again Tim LaHaye and Bob Phillips have teamed up this time bringing us an adventure centered around locating Noah’s ark Michael Murphy teams up with a skilled and diverse group and sets out on an expedition up this great mountain – after of course the appropriate background research The Babylon Rising series are engaging and intriguing describing some fantastic possibilities The action is non stop and those secrets are for the most part well written I again take umbrage with the initial mixed up seuencing but otherwise the scenes are well crafted As with the last book I resent and am bored by being lectured to but at least the authors are consistent I really enjoyed the way Noah’s ark was linked to the New Testament prophecy made by Christ and how that worked itself into the story to make this one of warning I think that LaHaye has always been successful at subtle missionary work along with a few passages of blatant conversion aimed towards unbelievers in the book The subtle works the best I think because it digs deep into the readers mind without their even being aware of it I also like the gradual change our characters undergo through this novel Murphy has changed since his wife’s murder only slightly although his kill or not kill struggle regarding Talon is realistic and keeps us wondering But Isis is changing as well and in a very subtle way I appreciate the fact that we are not – as yet – being hit over the head by her conversion The introduction of the “bad guy” was also well crafted; it kept me guessing until the very end Talon of course is a staple but his cohort in crime was uite a surprise particularly after the CIA betrayal We are left wondering just how the government factors in The only grudge I have left regarding the writing style is the freuent change in the 3rd person At some points it is limited focusing on a single character’s thoughts and feelings Then it jumps into another character’s mind in the same passage This is uite confusing I noticed this in the first book as well; when Barrington meets with the Seven he can’t see their faces but we are soon told their names despite being trapped in his perspective This was very confusing and left me wondering if I had missed something I hadn’t; I looked The Secret on Ararat made some intriguing points and stimulated my imagination It left me wondering if there is a conspiracy if there was evidence if the ark was there I would love to see a note from the author detailing which parts were fact and which were fiction so that I could follow up on the information he has provided

  4. Kim Kim says:

    book two in the series following our main character murphey in his uest to find Noahs arkdanger all around him death and betrayalhard to believe its christian book this one had a little bit of everything comedy that had me LOL'ing suspense romance etcetc

  5. Lee Lee says:

    Another winner looking for Noahs Ark Lots of adventure always some sermons but again can't put it down

  6. Rod Rod says:

    An Indian Jones meets James Bond attempt at making the Bible come to life It Works I loved it

  7. Jay DeMoir Jay DeMoir says:

    25 stars

  8. Elijah Abanto Elijah Abanto says:

    Finished this incredible novel this morning This is part of a series and I'm sad I don't have the other books 1st 3rd and 4th but this one has taught me on the subject of Noah's Ark than any I've ever read The thrilling moments are palpable and I've learned about family relationships the lure of money and the reality of evil in this world

  9. Stan Stan says:

    Since I didn't read the third book in the series I can't say it was better than this one I can say however that this book was the best of the books in this series that I read That may be attributable to the fact that Mr LaHaye brought a new co author on board apparently LaHaye provided the research and the co authors put it in novel form but I'm not surePlausibilty definitely got a bump in this book Murhpy's awesome skills for instance are better shown to be grounded in training there's a hint at that in book one but not so much as here Things didn't seem to come uite as easily as in Babylon Rising thankfully but there were still plenty of Deus Ex moments like the convenient arrival of a mysterious mountain man who saves Murhphy's group before disappearing wordlessly only to later and very conveniently save Murphy againLaHayePhillips don't seem particularly bothered with keeping characters alive As expected however the important characters lived ie those we were expected to have some emotional investment in but it seemed the supporting cast must have all been wearing red shirts if you know what I meanThis book is also very heavy into the Dan Brown feel but fortunately for the series most of the infodump happens in a classroom setting which makes it easier to handleMurphy had started to grow on me a little by this time and that helped It also helped that the research as in all the books in the series was very well done and that the authors did keep things real despite the occasional authorial fiat that helped some of the charactersOne thing that continued to turn me off though was the whole everyone hates evangelical Christians tone that started in book one and doesn't abate throughout the series I wasn't so bothered by the freuent evangelising that went on in the book there are a few subplots about Christian characters sharing their faith; I could live with that even if I didn't agree with everything they said Still there was this woe is me feeling and it utterly sidelined non evangelical Christians almost as if there were no other type of Christians I wasn't offended by that but it seemed to tie into the too convenient thing like the fact that a small town college professor would attract the serious attention of a world spanning cabal that surely has potent enemiesAgain lots of unrealised potential here but it was definitely an improvement over the first

  10. Nathan Nathan says:

    The Secret on Ararat is the second book in the Babylon Rising series Biblical archaeologist and professor Michael Murphy is back on a search to prove that the Flood in the book of Genesis really happened He is on a search for Noah's Ark In this book the reader learns even about Murphy further stregthening the feeling of Murphy and the reader being relatedI liked this book because it seems to go into detail about Murphy and the rest of the characters from the first book along with bringing in new characters Tim LaHaye goes into detail of Murphy's crew of mountian climbers and their dangerous conflicts while searching for the Ark on Mount AraratHe also goes into detail about the relationship between Murphy and Dr Isis McDonald a friend of Murphy's There are many dangers along the way to find the ark and that is a reason I liked the book its action and suspenseI would recomend this book to anyone who had read Babylon Rising and felt like they needed of the story

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