Bill Myers’ works have sold over three million copies and won more than 40 national and international awards. In books like Eli, Threshold, and now, Blood of Heaven, he combines elements of science and scripture into provocative page-turners.
A small section of vine with bloodstained thorns has been encased in candle wax for centuries - and some believe the blood came from Christ. Convicted killer and death-row inmate Michael Coleman agrees to have the genes from the mysterious blood planted into his body. The results are so astonishing that the research must continue outside prison walls. But nobody can predict what will happen when Coleman assumes a new identity and reenters society. Filled with taut suspense and based on careful research, Blood of Heaven delves deep into the human heart and examines the very nature of good versus evil. Narrator Richard Ferrone’s gravelly voice adds a thrilling dimension to this compelling story.
©1996 Bill Myers (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
Yes, I was at the edge of my seat often wanting to know what's next? I want to review it again with a notepad in hand.
I enjoy rich detail with challenges; this book compares to Frank Peretti's books!
He's one of the best narrators out there!!
Every single Bill Myers book I have read or listened to has been amazingly brilliant! Richard Ferrone is a very good narrator too. Is is the kind of book I will listen to again.
The book started off well but got predictable at the end with the usual bad guy getting mauled by his own creation and all is well for everyone else including the other guy who own the company and started the whole thing but develop a conscience with how far he would go to experiment. Decent read or listen.
"Needs a different Narrator"
I love Bill Myers' books. I love the way he thinks, his use of imagination and the way he writes. Once I start something by him, I usually end up listening straight through if I can... The only reason I give this book 4 out of 5 stars is because it would have been better if Bill Myers' had narrated it himself.
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