• Road to Paradise: How to Find the Way

  • Christian Way to Knowing Our Creator
  • By: Alan Horvath
  • Narrated by: Alan Horvath
  • Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 11-21-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Alan Horvath
  • 5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

Regular price: $6.95

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Publisher's Summary

Alan shares inspiring and exciting stories about his life...from childhood, through 30+ years in the music industry working with some of the most famous personalities in the record industry - people like David Bowie, Johnny Cash, Bernie Taupin, Bill Aucoin (creator of KISS), famed producers, Phil Spector, and Tony Camillo, among others. Alan tells how God reveals Himself...and then talks to you about how you can develop your own personal and indescribably rewarding relationship with the Creator of all things; explaining how you may find The Way!

©2013 Alan Horvath (P)2013 Alan Horvath

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revealing

listen to the entire book within two Ana a half hours... I've been searching for the father and this has paved a path to follow and search through..

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A Spirit-Filled Author

I really enjoyed this unusually Spirit-filled, honest yet humble and humerous account of Alan Horvath's journey through life. It is an all-to brief history; I got the feeling that there is a lot more to know about him! However, Alan keeps the focus is on our Beloved Father, His Son, the Dedicated Spirit, and The Way. He is passionate that the listener be aware of the original language chosen by The Father and Son to communicate with His children on Earth. The language is Aramaic Hebrew, for which Alan cites resources so we may explore. A very warm, loving telling, leisurely narrated by the author.

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After the scriptures, the most helpful book ever!

You will be blessed beyond meaure. HalleluYAH! your servant, brother David YAH. P.S. If I can help you in any way, just let me know.

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Alan's Works Can Be Your Best Earthly Friend

I love Alan's videos and now this book. He takes his time to explain his discoveries and wisdom in a way that goes in and helps to increase one's courage to pursue Elohim to the depths of one's being until the end of one's days here on earth--no matter what this life serves up.

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Encouraging!

The echo filter was a bit off putting at first, but great book. I would recommend to all.

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Wonderful Author comes out of the crowd...

What made the experience of listening to Road to Paradise: How to Find the Way the most enjoyable?

The depth of this authors knowledge is pretty astounding. His ability to convey scripture to your life and the nuances of how it applies to me individually was a great help in confirming things I've considered for quite some time.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Road to Paradise: How to Find the Way?

Quite a few actually, I like they way the author puts himself in the story in the first half of the book. I could relate.

Which scene was your favorite?

too many, I'd have to get the physical book to mark and rate them LOL.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Probably the authors description of how God approaches us carefully since we're so prone to turn our backs on Him - I'm an old guy and typically don't cry but that moment did stir my emotions toward that direction.

Any additional comments?

I hope the author does more of this type of work. I'm very busy and don't have time to sit and read books, only the Bible and not often enough - this format was designed with me in mind I know.