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- Chronicles of the Nephilim (Volume 1)
- By: Brian Godawa
- Narrated by: Brian Godawa
- Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
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.
- By joe on 05-29-13
What made the experience of listening to Noah Primeval the most enjoyable?
Great story that rings true to the human heart but also stays true to biblical speculation
What other book might you compare Noah Primeval to and why?
The Didymus Contingency by Jeremy Robinson was another fun jaunt into biblical fiction
Have you listened to any of Brian Godawa’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
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
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
True Mythology Made Real
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The Didymus Contingency
- By: Jeremy Robinson
- Narrated by: R. C. Bray
- Length: 9 hrs and 26 mins
If you could go back in time...and witness any event...where would you go? When Dr. Tom Greenbaum faces that question after successfully discovering the secret to time travel, he knows the time, place, and event he will witness: the death and failed resurrection of Jesus Christ. Dr. David Goodman, Tom's colleague and closest friend follows Tom into the past, attempting to avert a time-space catastrophe, but forces beyond their control toss them into a dangerous end game.
Not what I expected at all.
- By Wesley on 12-17-13
Sceptical walking in, walked out a believer
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes I would, and have already passed this on to my sons to enjoy.
Who was your favorite character and why?
A draw between David and Tom (tho Lazarus was a lot of fun as well). I related myself to David, I could understand his lack of faith at times even in the light of what was in front of him
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