A riveting time travel parable in the tradition of the best-selling The Traveler's Gift.
This is mankind’s last chance. Centuries of greed, pride, and hate have sent humanity hurtling toward disaster, and far from its original purpose. There is only one solution that can reset the compass and right the ship, and it is only two words. With time running out, it is up to David Ponder and a cast of history’s best and brightest minds to uncover this solution before it is too late. The catch? They are allowed only five tries to discover the answer.
Readers first met David Ponder in The Traveler’s Gift. Now, in The Final Summit, Andy Andrews combines a riveting narrative with astounding history in order to show us the one thing we must do when we don’t know what to do.
©2011 Thomas Nelson, Inc. (P)2011 Thomas Nelson, Inc.
This story has an interesting concept. I would recommend it to someone who has an open mind. While it is Christian fiction, it is not scriptural. That might tend to turn someone away.
Many of the characters from history were interesting. My favorite was King David. His sense of authority came through in the character. But, Winston Churchill's sense of humor was fun, too!
It has lots of funny parts. It is also a thought-provoking book.
Thanks for keeping it clean!!!
Love the spiritual attributes that his books provide. Without being preachy or bringing forth the rules of Christianity and the baggage of Christianity he brings a very spiritual aspect to the person that seeking to actually improve their life.
Yes. There are so many great lessons to be learned from this book.
David Ponder, of course. He is the epitome of what everyone has the potential to become.
Yes. I will listen to anything with Andy Andrews name on it. They are all great.
Oh, yes! there is so much insight here and the presentation captures you. The Travelers Gift, which preceeds this book, is equally drawing to the soul.
The characters were so unique and tru to their form in the book andout of the book as some are historical. They were interesting, as was the author's presentation in reading his book.
There is so much in his reading, voices unique for these eifferent chatacters, intonations as you wait for wisdom to be spoken, a unifying way about him as he brings the common thread and the diversity around this table.
I would recommend this to anyone, as well as he other books of which I have read many--different but equally captivating and enjoyable.
It gives the listener a challenge - to be a better person
It made me think
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