The Devil gives Norman Reeves an ill-fated mission he has no choice but to accept: Find the center of Eden and reverse the Fall of Man. Thrust into a place called Creation, Norman's task is plagued by unimaginable people and events. He must unravel impossible clues to free the Three Trees and keep himself out of Hell at the same time. On this surreal and humorous journey, Norman discovers many things better left unknown: the shocking secret lives of people close to him and the other unthinkable reason he was brought here. But should Norman fail, like all visitors to Creation, he will forget everyone and everything he has ever known, becoming part of the madness that was once the paradise of Eden.
©2012 J.A. Redmerski (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I coulden't finish this book it was to strange. i knew by reading past reviews that it was going to be but it was a little to much for me, the bit that I did get through was written and narrated so well the detail and caracter development was great just the story weird.
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This was one of the slowest and confusing rewrite of the Garden of Eden ever. Redmerski did not know what religious symbolism to use so he used everything and included the zodiac.
It became so confusing and bogged down that it was an effort to finish it. I kept reading hoping that it would get better. It never did.
I am the author so my answers and 5-star ratings here ONLY apply to the narration by Stephen Bel Davies. He did such a superb job narrating this story I couldn't resist giving him some public credit!
I was surprised at how Stephen gave every character in DIRTY EDEN such rich, unique voices. It is so hard to choose which I liked best, but I think maybe it's a toss-up between Taurus and Gorg.
Absolutely everything. I am so grateful to Audible for allowing Stephen to narrate DIRTY EDEN. I am 100% pleased and can't imagine it having been done by anyone else.
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