Yerusalem City is dying, and the king’s fear of invasion renders him blind to the starvation and plague ravaging his people. Only Yirmiyahu the prophet can see the truth; only he can hear God weeping behind her veil in the Temple. He knows the locked city gates will keep no one out - they will only keep the dead in.
©2012 Stant Litore (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This is a clever retelling of parts of the book of prophet Jeremiah with the undead acting as the result of depravity in Jerusalem during the reign of King Zedekiah (before the Babylonian exile). The justice theology is spot on with some (obviously) free literary embellishments included for narrative purposes (for example, God in the story is cast as feminine, which according to the author's website is to reflect the shekinah -- i.e., the feminine presence of God beyond the Temple veil).
If you're looking for a traditional rough and tumble zombie adventure, then you may be disappointed because zombies are not the main focus of this novel. If you'd like to listen to a tragic religious story with some good horror thrown in and delivered by an excellent narrator, then you should find this book delightful like I did.
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It was just horrible! It jumped around so much it didn't make much sense to me. I love all things Zombie but yuck!!! Who mixes a bible story with a Zombie novel ? A bad idea that didn't work out. Don't waste your money or credit
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