I won't say much about the book, except it is still applicable to the Christian life today. The narrator is outstanding. She is easy to understand. I did not tire of listening to her.
After you get use to the old English in the first chapter it's a wonderful "read"! I plan on listening to it many times over, it lifts the Spirit.
I have read this book before, when I was in high school. Reading it as an adult Christian is like listening to Truth.
I think the print version is better. The written book is beyond excellent all should read it.
Yes, could be a bit slower, the English accent throws me off.
Too long for one sitting.
If you can understand a fast British accent then you will do fine.
"The story within a story"
It ranks high. its very good. It tells the story of dream of a man who travels along a road and tells his progress and errors of his journey.
That hes not all good within, he has errors too along his journey he meets people who try to make him sway from his true path. Like Apollyon, who represents satan trying to sway the travellers with the words of dispare attacks with all he has.
Christian who is the main character, he is the one who puts the most into the story and takes you along his journey with him the whole way from the city of destruction to the celestial city
The story made me think, and think of how it is in real life as a christian, how hard the journey can be, but how easy it is to return to the right path. In that sence it made me sway with the emotions christian did on his journey
Probably not, but I am glad I have listened the once.
The book was much less 'dry' than I expected, and emphasised the joyful gift of God's love. I loved the characterisations and the funny names for the stereotypes we still encounter in society today.
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