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Prophet

Prophet

Написано Frank Peretti

Озвучено Cameron Beierle


Prophet

Написано Frank Peretti

Озвучено Cameron Beierle

оценки:
4.5/5 (83 оценки)
Длина:
19 часов
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Издано:
15 мар. 2002 г.
ISBN:
9781581162059
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Описание

John Barrett, anchorman for "News Six at Five," has a problem. He's caught his producer skewing a story to suit her own prejudices, then lying to cover her tracks. The "accidental" death of John's father is also now in question, after the father's controversial testimony. And a young girl has been murdered, and John is the only one who can prove it. "Once again, master storyteller Frank Peretti has woven a prophetic tale for our times."
Издатель:
Издано:
15 мар. 2002 г.
ISBN:
9781581162059
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Об авторе

Frank E. Peretti is one of American Christianity's best-known authors. His novels have sold over 10 million copies, and he is widely credited with reinventing Christian fiction. He and his wife, Barbara, live in the Pacific Northwest. www.frankperetti.com.


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  • (5/5)
    Peretti is the prophet. pray pray pray pray pray pray
  • (3/5)
    Overall I liked it but there were parts that felt very slow. The tone used by the narrator may have been a factor in that as well. Glad I stayed with it for the whole story.
  • (5/5)
    Awesome book it kept me on the edge of my seat
  • (5/5)
    Brilliant book!
    Not only captivating but also deeply, deeply moving.
  • (4/5)

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    The book begins in the world of John Barrett, a successful news anchorman for channel 6 and his father, a successful businessman. Their two worlds collide when John's father makes the news by challenging a prominent political figure. John's disdain for his father's public proselytizing is brought to a sudden halt when his father is mysteriously killed. This event forces John to understand his father, go head to head with a powerful politician, reconcile with his son, question his own integrity and keep the news crew of channel 6 from putting an erroneous spin on a story.

    I don't usually read this author who often writes with Ted Dekker, who I am very selective about. That being said. I did enjoy the story line behind this book. A well crafted story, with interest building throughout the book.

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  • (4/5)
    A story that depicts the raging battle between the forces behind the pro-life and pro-choice movements. John Barrett, a high profile, TV anchor man finds himself embroiled in the middle of a story involving the death of both his father and the Governer's daughter. How are they connected? John is forced to self examine as the plot unfolds as his life takes a shape he did not expect. This story will either make you very mad or it will lift your spirits. Read it either way. Also, the narrator did a fabulous job of creating character voices to help the imagination
  • (1/5)

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    Poor writing doesn't do much to disguise this pro-life propaganda novel. I picked this up at the library because I was intrigued by the idea of a man receiving prophetic messages; unfortunately the promising plotline of a man coming to terms with a new divine plan for his life was tossed away in favor of convincing readers that all pro-choicers are evil and abortion doctors kill women.

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  • (3/5)

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    Nothing earth-shattering here, but Peretti's works are always good for an interesting and exciting read. His characters are likable and the story solid, which I think has always been his appeal. So many people concentrate on the huge wild spiritual realm aspects of his novels (such as the angels and demons of the previous works), but I've always thought the interesting thing about him is how he puts regular people into a crisis of faith and asks them to work it out (with God's help).That strikes me as sound fiction. And while his style isn't great, the stories are worth the telling, and they are worth the hearing.

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  • (3/5)

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    A bit different from Peretti's usual with visions of angels and demons. This book (though fiction) made me more aware that everyone has hurt and most people are still hurting.

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  • (3/5)
    Descriptive of how hungry the world is to believe in
  • (4/5)
    John Barrett, anchorman for "newssix at Five" the city's most watched newscast, has a problem. His comfortable, successful world is being jarred to the breaking point. He's caught his producer skewing a story to fit her own prejudices, then lying to cover her tracks-and she appears to be hiding something much bigger. His father's "accidental" death suddenly isn't looking so accidental. Carl, his estranged son, has returned to challenge his integrity and probe to find the man behind the TV image. The supposedly progessional and objective newsroom is now divided and fighting over "Truth".