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The Prophet and the Dove

"An epic read."

Feb. 1, 2020 - Five out of five stars at goodreads.com and Amazon.com UK

 

The Prophet And The Dove was a powerful tale that is not meant to be read instead of the Bible but alongside it to aid us in our understanding of sometimes confusing Old Testament tales. It’s an epic read.

- Julia Wilson, christianbookaholic.com

"An exciting, unique telling of the account of Jonah."

Jan. 31, 2020 - Five out of five stars at Amazon.com and goodreads.com

 

This book is at once historical, dramatic and exciting while also presenting a message of love which I strongly suspect will lead neatly into the second book. Great book. I strongly urge everyone to read this book.

- Dana Davis at Amazon.com and goodreads.com

"I could not put this book down"

Jan. 30, 2020 - Five out of five stars at goodreads.com

 

I could not put this book down once I started reading it. The boy following the prophet as he struggled against God's instructions makes me think of my own struggles sometimes.

Sonnia Weikel at goodreads.com

"A Good Read that makes you think."

Jan. 23, 2020 - 5.0 out of 5 stars at Amazon.com

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Knowing the Biblical story of Jonah already, I was interested in seeing what this book had to add. Its narrative paints a vivid picture of historical Israel and Assyria that kept my attention. There is a lot to think about in this book. Fascinating...

- by "Amazon Customer" at Amazon.com

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