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Anna the Prophetess

Narrated by: Luone Ingram
Length: 7 hrs and 10 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Anna the Prophetess is the dramatic chronicle of the only woman to be called prophetess in the scriptures. When Anna’s great niece Julia is exiled to Jerusalem as punishment for her refusal to marry a man old enough to be her father, Anna shares the story of her early days of courtship with her husband. Although Julia’s parents admonished her to observe firsthand how lonely Anna’s life is, Julia instead discovers that her great-aunt’s life is far from lonely - it is full of love, peace, and incredible faith. As Anna shares her unwavering testimony of the coming Messiah with her great niece, these two faithful women are changed forever as they seek the Lord’s will in their lives and joyfully witness the long-awaited miracles of Christ’s birth.

©2018 H.B. Moore (P)2018 Shadow Mountain

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Of course, one of the things that can make or break an audiobook is the narrator. Luone Ingram does a fabulous job with this book, voicing the elderly Anna as well as the younger during the middle of the story. I was never unsure of which character was speaking at any time. Her pitch and cadence were pleasing--neither too fast nor too slow, not too loud nor too quiet. Perhaps the male voices could have been a bit deeper but I had no trouble distinguishing between them.

I have read the gospels numerous times during my life and am pleased that this story of Anna held my interest so well. Obviously, as with any book of this nature, you must be willing to understand that it is a work of fiction. That being understood, I felt the author did her research well and I felt transported to the time period during the entire listen. Anna's story was presented in an entirely believable way and I thoroughly enjoyed getting to "know" her. This is not a scholarly work, rather a warm, friendly, sweet way to spend a few hours.

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