"Kien Lantec, you will bear witness to my followers in ToronSea." The last thing Kien Lantec expects on his first day of military leave is to receive marching orders from his Creator, the Infinite. Orders that don’t involve destroyer-racing or courting the love of his life, Ela. Adding to Kien’s frustration, his Infinite-ordained duties have little to do with his skills as a military judge-in-training.
His mission? To warn the people of ToronSea against turning their backs on the Infinite to worship a new goddess. "Tell them I see they are beguiled. Tell them I seek their hearts. The wise will hear Me." But why Kien? Isn’t this the role of a true prophet, such as Ela of Parne?
Seeking answers, Kien visits Ela and finds her stricken by a devastating vision of her own. Her birthplace, Parne, has forsaken their Creator and will soon suffer judgment. Pulled in separate ways, each must seek to follow the Infinite’s leading . . . and hope He will reunite them again soon.
"Child of dust, will you be My servant?"
©2012 R.J. Larson (P)2012 Oasis
Its a good book
The scene removing God's presence.
Chage of voice for the charcters
Seith. Perfect pet.
. So far this series it's like taking Isaiah, Jonah, Jeremiah, Job, and King David and slamming them all together
When I first started reading prophet, i was amazed at how truly good it was, it had a good plot, original characters and the way the story is told just draws you in. Now that I've finished the second book, I can't wait to get the third.
Although a word of warning, there are time In which headphones would be good.
I just can't say enough good about this book and series. I hardly have any constructive criticism for it either. Such a well done story line and the charcter development over the last two books has been very well done. I haven't been able to stop listening!
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