A Soldier's Story from Bethlehem to Calvary.
Follow Legionnaire Asher from his horrific first mission in Bethlehem through three decades, as he is changed by the amazing events of the first century, ending at an empty tomb near Jerusalem.
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The reader sounds like Paul Harvey, I keep waiting for him to say "now this is the rest of the story." There is no flucturation in his voice, and I wonder if it would have been better to have a femail read it.
Nothing from the First Century Heroes
I only could stand about one and half hours into the story, so no.
I really enjoyed this book, I have started listening to the second book in the series which includes Asher and I really like the character.
There was a lot of empathy described throughout the book.
I would rank it among one of the best Christian novels that I have listened to. I have started to listen to a lot throughout the last year and I thought most where really good. I really liked this book and the next in the series, I look forward to listening to the third in the series.
the story is pretty good except for using the name Jesus as his Greek name instead of Yeshua when none of the Greeks had heard of him yet. most of the story adhered to the biblical accounts, except for that blatant error. the narrator was a piece of work though, stopping after every phrase as if it was the end of the sentence, mispronouncing common names like Bethlehem, and a few other idiosyncrasies that made it difficult to listen to.
teach the narrator to read smoothly.
asher - throughout the story. fairly credible character.
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