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  • Feet of Clay: A Story of Toxic Faith and Redemption

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Jack Watts
    • Narrated By Janie Renell
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Exposing evangelical Christianity's darker side like nothing ever has, Feet of Clay is an accurate portrayal of what life is often like working for large Christian ministries in America. Sounding more like a memoir than a novel, Feet of Clay is authentic, believable, and interesting; captivating the listener from the first minute. It's difficult to put down. It will motivate many to insist on greater integrity and adherence to Christian values by faith-based organizations.

    Gail says: "Fun and motivating "
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    I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this narrator create visual pictures of each character from the shady to the redeemed. I never had to push replay to understand the words. His intonation captured the authors spirit, pain and recovery. I found myself frowning at the corrupt and smiling with the characters joy.

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  • Unholy Seduction

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Jack Watts
    • Narrated By Jamie Renell
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    Unholy Seduction is a first-rate novel, filled with intrigue, deception, seduction, betrayal and murder - mankind's timeless issues. It is set during the colorful Vietnam War era, when millions of kids championed free love, while repudiating the establishment, they turned America upside down. But there were others with a different goal. They fought equally hard to establish a perfect church - one where everything was held in common. Ryan Parker was one of them.

    Catherine says: "Great listen!!"
    "Wow! When is the next audible book available?"
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    This book exceeded my expectations! The last 11 chapters were compelling, filled with intrigue, avenging detail and although fiction a very real thought provoking reflection of my own belief system. The best way for me to tell you how much I liked the story and it's telling is to explain that I did not allow myself to listen unless I was walking at the same time. I generally walk 2 miles a day. By chapter 16 I had extended my walk to 3 miles just to listen to what came next. By chapter 25 I was up to almost 5 miles and had to stop due to body limitations. I could not wait to walk the next morning to hear the big surprise! Truly a book that helped my body, mind and pleasure!

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