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On just another Sunday, a man joins a group of friends for a golf game. A working mother, trying to balance career and home, skips weekly services. An Internet junkie scours the Web looking for some comforting news but finds only unrest. Ordinary people who live their lives in an unsettled time, like most too overwhelmed by their own concerns to register the groundswell of changes taking place everywhere-until the instance when millions around the world disappear.

Immediately, life after the Rapture becomes a chaotic battle for survival. Into the void steps Azul Dante, the charismatic leader of the Prodigal Project. He shines a light in the darkness of the End Times, his new world order representing a return to the promised land of the past.

And in the beginning, seven hopeful men and women set out separately to find salvation in the Prodigal Project. Instead, they initiate a series of personal trials that will ultimately prove to be the sternest test of their souls...

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Hard to listen to.

What disappointed you about The Prodigal Project?

Very preachy and anti-Muslim

Would you ever listen to anything by Ken Abraham and Daniel Hart again?

No

What does Dick Hill bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The narration was fine, but the story made me wanting for the whole thing to be over.

What character would you cut from The Prodigal Project?

All of them, they were all so stereotypical.

Any additional comments?

I have listened to and enjoyed other books with religious themes, but this one was like a conservative religious pamphlet that just kept going on. As a Christian, I also found the anti-Muslim themes offensive.

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