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The Urantia Revelation Audiobook

The Urantia Revelation: The Structure and Meaning of the Universe Explained, Third Edition

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This book, now in a third edition, presents a digest of what The Urantia Book says - the gist of it, the main outlines of the story. As such The Urantia Revelation: The Structure and Meaning of the Universe Explained will serve as an introduction and guide to The Urantia Book, or as a simplified and accessible substitute for those wishing to know what was revealed in the fifth epochal revelation on planet Earth. There is hardly anything more interesting.

©2012 Malcolm Locke (P)2016 Malcolm Locke

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    Greg Howard 03-23-17
    Greg Howard 03-23-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Great Information, Poor Narration"

    This is a classic example of an author who wrote a great book, but should not have "tried it at home."

    As one who has worked for years in voice overs, talk radio, etc., there are times to leave this kind of work to professionals who are trained and experienced in narration.

    The book contains a great synopsis of the Urantia Book, but the voice inflections used by the author in narrating his own work are not only inappropriate, but detract from the value of his efforts as a writer.

    All in all, I recommend the book for those who are serious about a short, synoptic view of the Urantia Book. However, I would warn you that you will have to endure a fairly poor narration performance.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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