The Visitation has ratings and reviews. Mike (the Paladin) said: Peretti can run hot and cold but here he’s in top form as we follow the twin. by Frank Peretti. The Visitation is a suspenseful Christian book. Its plot deals with a false prophet claming to be Jesus, and a burnt-out pastor. Summary and reviews of The Visitation by Frank Peretti, plus links to a book excerpt from The Visitation and author biography of Frank Peretti.

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El y su esposa Barbara residen en la costa pacifica del noroeste de los Estados Unidos. In this case however I found myself getting involved with the injured minister and the people around him. This one was different. I read another previous work and thought it was an okay read. Hte to Read Currently Reading Read.

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A shame as I feel we’re missing out on some fantastic pieces of work. I really enjoyed reading this book. The chapters involving his preaching and performances of his supernatural abilities are exceptionally exciting.

The church leaders are very hushed about the whole thing, and Travis gets very little information from them. I will no longer read any more books by this author,I was appalled and disguised that I checked out this book. His experiences and walk with God so completely mirrored my own it was almost scary. As such, The Visitation has been considered somewhat lighter in nature than Peretti’s other fiction.

And mostly he’s saying it to a “gung-ho” new young minister who is enthusiastically intent on “helping” his predecessor. R rated it did not like it Shelves: The Best Books of Nichols, his helpers gone and his show over, slumps over and dies.


We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. The demons laugh at him and leave, because they ths through with him. The world-building was excellent, with the details about the place and people rfank the story alive in my imagination. Nichols makes everyone believe that he is in the house with several followers, and he will kill them if the police approach.

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He acts very kind and understanding, and never directly says he is Jesus, but hints at it and says he is “back. What perdtti follower of Christ hasn’t gotten sick of the church and one way or the other its unloving behavior?

Travis and his wife pastor the church for 15 years, and Travis sees God do many miraculous things. The story was well thought out, detailed, and carried itself quite well.

Frank sure knows about the complexities and torments of the human spirit and can write an amazing tale. Open Th See a Problem? Very personal, very intimate and so much like the one I share with my dear husband. The writing may not have been phenomenal I don’t rememberbut visitatipn aspects of this story still ingrained in me. Nevertheless, if you’re interested in this genre, this book is well worth the time. Doctrine is of course important, it’s how we come to know and relate prretti God.

He’s also an author that tends to use his favorite words alot, something most people wouldn’t notice but I find word choice so important.


The mother, however, feels like she needs to tell about it. There was not a lull in my interest or enjoyment of reading and I had expected to skim read at least a small portion with it being the genre it is, but this did not happen. Centered on the life of Travis Jordan, The Visitation begins when miracles, ranging from a healing, weeping crucifix to sights of Jesus in the clouds, start occurring, giving way to the arrival of a man who calls himself Brandon Nichols.

I don’t really care what your flowers look like in your driveway. This book captivated me, not for the story itself, but for the flashbacks within the story. By the way, two things. The pacing was generally very good, but the important back “The Visitation” was an interesting Christian supernatural suspense novel.

I think the only reason why someone might not enjoy it so much is the fact that it’s dragged o I didn’t know what I was going to get myself into – reading a well known Christian author’s novel for the first time.

What a fascinating book! An cisitation must read. This is the only reason I demoted the book from five stars to four stars. At one point it sticks pretty close to the book in the essential story, on another it strays pretty far in details.