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A Story of God and All of Us
- A Novel Based on the Epic TV Miniseries 'The Bible'
- By: Roma Downey, Mark Burnett
- Narrated by: Keith David, Roma Downey, Mark Burnett
- Length: 13 hrs and 11 mins
A Story of God and All of Us is a sweeping narrative that dramatizes some of the most important events and characters in the Bible. The book is narrated like a fine novel, dramatizing the sweep of biblical events, making the men and women of scripture come alive in vivid detail and dialogue. All are historically and theologically accurate. A 10-hour miniseries on the History Channel will be based on the story, and the script has been reviewed by a number of Christian church leaders and seminarians for authenticity.
Murder, mystery, betrayal & more!
- By Katz on 03-14-13
What made the experience of listening to A Story of God and All of Us the most enjoyable?
This story makes many stories that may be hard to understand if just read from the bible much more interesting and dramatic and I could not put it down
What other book might you compare A Story of God and All of Us to and why?
The bible I would think but that might be to specific but I think that might be my only comparison due to the fact that these stories are straight out of scripture and made to be more understandable to the average reader.
Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
His was my first by Keith David but I thought his performance was very good never had difficulty with clarity and it was a recognizable Hollywood voice
Who was the most memorable character of A Story of God and All of Us and why?
Well I would say Jesus because he has always been my inspiration and to read histories like they were portrayed in this book was a complete joy and absolutely moving
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- Hunger Games, Book 2
- By: Suzanne Collins
- Narrated by: Carolyn McCormick
- Length: 11 hrs and 37 mins
Katniss Everdeen continues to struggle to protect herself and her family from the Capitol in this second novel from the best-selling Hunger Games trilogy.
Great story - wrong reader!
- By Erika Shaffer on 06-06-13
This book is on fire!!!
What did you love best about Catching Fire?
The thing I loved most about this book was the constant action I could not put it down in fear of missing a moment it was so good.
What did you like best about this story?
The best part of the story was the struggle between good and evil in this case the main character verses the Capitol and reminds me of a fear that many might some day have in our everyday lives.
Which character – as performed by Carolyn McCormick – was your favorite?
Katniss Everdeen of course she is the main character and she shows such a strong will to survive and to protect what is left of her family and constantly struggles to keep her friends happy even without considering her own happiness..
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The part that moved me the most is when you find out that the capital had destroyed district 12 and most of its inhabitants this struck a chord with me because of the distress it had to have put on the main characters knowing that their actions caused all those people to die.