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Bob Cornuke is a real-life Indiana Jones, searching for evidence of biblical events and artifacts. In this book, he tells the story of his search for the remains of Noah's ark. Using investigative skills learned during his years as a police officer, Bob investigates all the clues, from ancient Scriptures to modern day eyewitness accounts. His quest to learn the truth about Noah's ark leads him from his safe home in the foothills of Colorado to the dangerous mountain ranges in Turkey and Iran. Follow Bob as he risks his life climbing icy peaks, dodging bullets, evading capture, and much more. As you follow the trail of tantalizing clues to the place where Noah's ark may lie, you just might catch "ark fever" too!
©2005 Robert Cornuke (P)2005 Oasis Audio LLC, under arrangement with Tyndale House Publishers, publisher of the printed book version.

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WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT!

When I read the description of the book, it seemed like a terrific topic; but the way it is read, it is more like a guy screaming at the same pitch about a sports game. The story is very poorly structured and is not really an adventure. The author runs out of things to write about after too many tortuous trips up many different mountains and ends with a narration of his father dying of cancer and his personal religious needs. I thought this was going to be an adventure looking for the Ark-NOT! It was boring and uninteresting.

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  • Annie
  • BelroseAustralia
  • 08-25-06

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I enjoyed the content but the reader was a bit over dramatic

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  • Steve
  • Centennial, CO, USA
  • 12-29-05

Dump this reader please!!

Attention authors, Do Not let this guy read your books!! He's horrible and I find myself listening to his extremely poor dynamics and missing out on the book. He sounds like one of those sales people on late night TV, such a phoney. The book seems to be okay, but it's very hard for me to be sure.

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the over exaggerate performance killed the book!

the reader of this title was bad. Very bad! I had a hard time focusing on what was a potentially interesting story but I couldn't stop paying attention to how bad and over acted the reading of this book was. l feel bad for the author because this could have been a good book