• The Unrighteous

  • By: EK Jonathan
  • Narrated by: John Eliot
  • Length: 12 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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The Unrighteous

By: EK Jonathan
Narrated by: John Eliot
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Publisher's Summary

A novel set centuries into our paradisaical future, The Unrighteous offers a fictional glance at the thrilling stories of a single family as they band together to help a handful of newly resurrected unrighteous ones adjust to their surroundings. Narrated by John Eliot.

©2015 EK Jonathan (P)2020 EK Jonathan

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Thiis is not science finction

This is a story based on christian religious prophecy. If you are not crazy religious and christian this is a waste of time. Even if you are christian this not an entertaining story.

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Great wholesome read

It is great to be able to read a book without worrying if it will become inappropriate at anytime. Imagining life in the new world is a great way to spend my free time. Brothers like EK Jonathan and A. F. Lima provide us with some wholesome read and faith strengthening entertainment. I totally recommend it.

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can I just say...wow!!!

I soooo want to listen to this again! had me on the edge of my seat throughout the whole story, I didn't want to stop! very believable in the sense it keeps you thinking.. as the author says, we don't know exactly how things will be, however this was wonderful to imagine and experience.. soooo often we think about the new system and the resurrection in such a "cloud 9" thinking..but we also would want to be realistic in our thinking that everything isn't going to be smoooooth as butter. we want to stay adaptable and obedient.. what a well written, thought provoking novel. thank you sooo much EK, look forward to meeting you in the new system!!

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Loved everything about it!!!

The book is wonderfully well written and goes beyond what I ever imagined. My daughter and I have been discussing what different scenarios may look like. How will we react if someone we think of as wicked is resurrected but they’re really just unrighteous? The only thing that could be improved is how Adrina dies. Acetaminophen overdose won’t cause kidney failure and a quick death but a medication like Percocet (oxycodone/acetaminophen or hydrocodone/acetaminophen) or Lortab would because they are narcotics and in the scenario written would cause the person to fall asleep and succumb to respiratory depression and just stop breathing. I’m a nurse so that kinda bothered me. Otherwise the writing was superb and I could imagine everything. I thought Kessick would turn out to be an angel in disguise honestly but truly loved the different characters, the twists, and how the development of the characters came along. I love how everyone and everything was so entwined!!

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This was an awesome book

I like everything about the story. I would recommend all JWs to read because it helps to see yourself in the new world to come. Now I’m going to search and see if there is the next book like a sequel to this one.

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Imagination used well!

With so many writers today using their imagination to instill fear of unity and peace with dystopian books/movies, this was a refreshingly unique take. I enjoyed each character’s inner struggle and development. The clean drama ultimately showed God’s loving direction and gift of freewill. Thank you for using your imagination in this way.

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Beautiful glimpse into Paradise

Never really thought about what it’s going to be like to witness to the unrighteous in paradise. This book made me contemplate real life possibilities of reasoning with those who will be resurrected. It’s an interesting concept. A wonderful and clean read. Full of suspense and turns around every corner.

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Loved using my imagination

This book was good for my mind, heart, and body.
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outstanding

this story is outstanding in the author's grasp of the scriptures. His imagination brings excitement and suspense to the story. I find my feeling on how this whole scenario will pay out in the future in alignment with EK Jonathan.
I highly recommend that you read his other books too. Critical Times, Flee, Stand and Stand are highly recommended, as they give you deep food for thought. Just remember that it is not prophecy, but Jonathan's imagination how things MIGHT develop. even so, the principals and challenges of each character are what each one of us could face. From challenges to our faith to maybe having to depend on the one person you might not get along with! (hint... work on your tolerance and endurance 1 Cor 13:8). Jonathan also brings out, in a wonderful way that just because we were strong on Faith to move mountains, does not mean we won't lack the faith in the next challenge ( 1 Cor 10:12).
I really recommend that you read his books to give your Faith a deeper dimension and room to grow!