This is not your Sunday School's Noah's Ark.
Noah Primeval is a speculative retelling of the beloved story of Noah for a new generation. In an ancient world submerged in darkness, fallen angels rule as gods, and breed giants and monsters. Mankind is enslaved to evil. Noah, a tribal leader, has been prophesied to bring an end to the rule of these "gods" and save humanity from coming destruction. But Noah's wife and son are captives of these dark forces. To rise against this supernatural evil and rescue his family, Noah will need an equally supernatural army. But why has God told him to build a huge box out of gopher wood?
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Great story that rings true to the human heart but also stays true to biblical speculation
The Didymus Contingency by Jeremy Robinson was another fun jaunt into biblical fiction
This is my first, overall I rated him 4 out of 5 because at times I thought he didn't capture how I wanted the characters to sound, but he is the author, so maybe there was a reason for it that I will find upon repeated listenings
True Mythology Made Real
This is an excellent fictional re telling of the flood that weaves the biblical account seamlessly with many of the Ancient Near Eastern flood myths; the result is a reasonable (and vastly entertaining) explanation of the presence of and belief in many of the deities and seemingly divergent understandings found regarding the Deluge. I especially enjoyed listening to the appendices following the novel that explained much of the rationale of the author's choices for the depiction of Noah and the other characters. Thank-you, Mr. Godawa, for this series!
first off its a good story and pretty well read. Also it opens your mind up to a whole new way of looking at the bible and history. would be great as a film.
Methuselah... really cool character. He needs his own book.
Really good except for some dialog moments with the archangels... they did not sound... otherworldly enough to me. I dont know if thats the writing was of or the reading. The end conflict however was epic! The reader/ author really gets into it and you feel like you are on this battlefield with him as this wave is coming..
I just got a jolt at the final chapter. It was Just such a cool and epic 3rd act
Just another human like all the rest ;)
No, I don't listen or read stories more than once.
Great story, captivating and well created from biblical lore.
Gabrial for sure! Beautiful being full of dimension.
Great book! Kept me entertained the whole way through while connecting much biblical info, events and characters.
I was extremely disappointed in these books. The first one was ok, but made me wonder. They just kept getting worse and worse. If these are supposed to be Christian then why does the author go into such gory detail about the sexual exploits of the Nephilim?? Each book got worse with the details. I will never read another book from this author.
loved it!! Unfortunately i barely have enough time to listen but if i had i d finish it in the exact reading time):):to me this is very real and all the events were facts really all combined into a scenario type ferry tale
I bought the second book in this series first, it was great fun. I liked it alot. this one, not good. Very dull and just bad. I wouldn't buy any more of this series.
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