The premise is fantastic! The story is lacking and the narration is awful!
I would have preferred it to have been delivered in the format of a documentary. The dialogue was so inane.
The facts were so interesting but the presentation made me want to turn it off.
The information provided was perfect
I am not sure but he definitely ruined it for me.
To stay vigilant
More research and facts and less made to fit Bible versus.
Less self aggrandizing bull crap!
all of it
I have never thought it necessary to write a review before. However this book was so AWFUL! I felt it necessary to do so. Save your money buy something better
If you are the type of person that turns on the evening news just to see all the bad going on in the world (and enjoy it) you might like this book. Not only is the book extremely depressing it is poorly written which leads to poorly read. Through all nine stages it is the same story. I tried to figure it out, couldn’t, tell me the answer, give me more hints. They try to relate today back to Isaiah gospels. They could relate it back to almost any story when you already know the outcome.
The book does not work and not worth 10 cents. Don’t waste the time or money. The world needs inspiration not dribble like this!
Miserable, senseless, endless drivel. The point could have been made in a few setences.
The plot and "mystery" of this story si so transparent you find yourself wondering how the main character can be so dense. The author has strung a lot of coincidences together and tried to make it into some big hidden secret about America being the second incarnation of ancient Israel. Hinging entirely on 2 verses from the Book of Isaiah, the narrative completely ignores the fact that America is a Christian nation, NOT a Jewish nation, and that the ancient laws of Judaism do not apply to Christians, followers of the second covenant.
Don't waste your time.
A pro-life conservative.
Not this kind of book.
Just because you wrote it rarely means you should narrate it. Narration is an art and you need acting training on how to use language and embody character. The author needs more of this kind of training or should give the job to a professional. Don't try to save money on something so important to the success of an audiobook.
Now, I'm curious about how this book came to my attention and the digital marketing strategies that went into it. So, the one aspect that the book did well - marketing.
This one makes me want my book credit back.
It puts the biblical aspect into September 11th and what's happening now. Also, I knew some of the details in the book - But not all!
It was all compelling. I can't just pick one.
Can't give it away - the Church.
The author says the book is 90% fact, and 10% fiction. The fact part is extremely interesting. The fiction part becomes very repetitive and boring, which is a shame. If I had not been interested as to where he was going, I would have dropped out long before the end.
Depends on how interested they are in prophecy. Surely, it is not an exciting read.
I had expected an interesting story in line with Dan Brown's quasi historic pot boilers. Alas, this book is total hog-wash -- Blaming America for 9/11 --
Drawing parallels between the fall of the first Temple in Jerusalem and the fall of WTC is beyond contempt. One would have to be a rather dim bulb to see these happenings as G-d's punishment for the deeds of the victims rather than the actions of evil men.
Actually, it is Jennifer, not Michael. I enjoy a variety of books but am drawn to romantic historical fiction with a Christian message.
I heard so much about this book, that I felt sure I would like it. Actually, I just could not get into it. My mind kept wandering and then I would have to relisten to parts of it. I have never finished the book. Jennifer