Item description for Prodigal Project, The: Exodus (The Prodigal Project) by Ken Abraham, Daniel Hart & Ken Abraham and Daniel Hart...
Overview Based on a biblical interpretation of the Rapture, "Exodus" is the story of those caught up in this world-upending phenomenon. Against a backdrop of the chaotic battles against the Islamic mujahideen's attempt to wrest power from the nations of the West, the personal struggles of Agent John Jameson, journalist Cat Early, and others are caught up in forces beyond their control.
Publishers Description In the twinkling of an eye, their lives changed forever. Husbands, wives, children, all lost in what was first called the disappearance. Now many understand that with millions of Christians called home, the Rapture has irrevocably torn the fabric of their lives. They wander, rootless and searching, in the wake of events nearly too powerful, too overwhelming to comprehend. Some set out on a personal odyssey to reconnect with family, their past, with some semblance of order in a world menaced by the Muslim mujahideen. Offering hope, Azul Dante and his Prodigal Project remain a beacon in the swirling maelstrom of uncertainty that threatens to engulf nations, ideologies, and faiths. While on quiet street corners, in darkened homes, abandoned offices, wherever two or more are gathered, a small band of believers begin again to spread the Word.
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook, CD
Studio: Brilliance Audio on CD Lib Ed
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.58" Width: 6.66" Height: 1.02" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date May 27, 2003
Publisher Brilliance Audio on CD Lib Ed
ISBN 1593550154 ISBN13 9781593550158
Availability 0 units.
More About Ken Abraham, Daniel Hart & Ken Abraham and Daniel Hart
Ken Abraham is a New York Times best-selling author, known around the world for his collaborations with popular celebrities and fascinating, high-profile public figures such as former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, Senator Bob Dole, Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, mega-church minister, Joel Osteen; actor Chuck Norris; 9/11 widow, Lisa Beamer; NFL football coach and NASCAR team owner, Joe Gibbs; psychologist, Neil Clark Warren, founder of e-Harmony.com; former U.S. Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist; champion boxer and entrepreneur, George Foreman; and ASCAP’s Gospel songwriter of the century, Bill Gaither.
Thirteen books on which Ken has collaborated have appeared on the New York Times bestsellers lists, with three of Ken’s works reaching the number one position. At present, Ken has more than ten million books in print.
Ken recently walked with his mother through the journey of dementia. He has written of their poignant, sometimes funny, and always inspirational experiences in his newest book:
When Your Parent Becomes Your Child.
Ken Abraham currently resides in the state of Tennessee.
Ken Abraham has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Prodigal Project, The: Exodus (The Prodigal Project)?
Save your time & energy & just buy the Christ Clone Trilogy Jul 11, 2006
After reading the first book and feeling dissapointed by the thin plot line, lack of dynamic characters, and the overall transparency, I had hoped that book 2 would be more promising. No such luck. Unfortunately, I bought all four of the books right off the bat and have an acute sickness where I feel obliged to finish what I start from beginning to end and this unfortunately includes these four long, drawn out, christ clone trilogy wanna-be-but-falls-way-short books. My overally recommendation is to save yourself the time, energy, and frustration of these 4 books which could be and SHOULD BE summed up in one book of about 400-500 pgs. no more, no less. If you really want a VERY similiar and WAY more exciting version of these books - I strongly urge you to pass these over enroute to the Christ Clone Trilogy which keep you guessing for awhile and are about 1 Million times more intellectually stimulating. A word of caution, however, the down-sides of Christ Clone Trilogy is that it ends far too abruptly after so much build up to the final battle (as stated in Revelations) and becomes over the top preachy in addition to leaving a number of questions still unanswered. It gives the impression that the author just got tired of writing on the topic and looked for a quick way out. However, far preferred over the Prodigal Project Series which unlike the Christ Clone Trilogy will not leave you at the end of each book hungry for more.
Could Edit Out Entire Book Apr 23, 2006
Let's get it out of the way- I have to force myself to read this novel, the second instalment of Abraham and Hart's Prodigal Project series and I held very little hope that it would improve at all. Not to mention that if his style of writing continues into the remaining five books then this entire series could have been condensed into one single two hundred or so volume. The beginning didn't bode well for the rest of the book, nothing more than a rehash of previous events and sermon, which had been repeated unnecessarily more times than I'd like to count in the first two hundred pages of Book One. Fifty pages could be turned into one and his point would still be pushed sufficiently to proceed. The question is, what is the point? I stick firmly by my opinion that Abraham and Hart are crazy, Bush loving Republicans- the sort that would have changed `French' fries into `freedom' fries because of their objection to an entire nation (yet I have to wonder, if they hated the French that much then why not just remove the object of objection (the `fry') rather than rename it?). They even have some more than obvious PC attacks on homosexuals, pushing the notion that this is a `two sex world' and one goes with the other- even adding the obligatory new romance which is enough to bug me further. The only thing of consequence to happen in the beginning was Thomas Church's miraculous (and thoroughly ridiculous) discovery of his son. This is the only incidence in when I think it would have been appropriate to add a few more pages to a scene. Around ninety percent of this book is a reiteration of everything that is said in the instalment, and other than the confirmation that no, Noir cannot be killed, the fiery hail and one hint towards something sinister in Azul, nothing (and I mean nothing) of any consequence happens and this entire book could have been edited out. I doubt that I will read the next instalments- even though I could probably skip three and five without missing anything, because this is nothing more than a repetitive, Republican piece of propaganda. I do not recommend it.
Still Going Nov 2, 2003
This is a really great series and book 2 is even more interesting than the first. Once the characters are developed it's hard not to feel for them and it's very hard to put the book down.
This series keeps getting better! Aug 11, 2003
I've been looking forward to reading this book since GENESIS captured my imagination, and I wasn't disappointed at all. I can't wait for the next book in the series. There are a lot of great scenes, but also a lot of hope and inspiration in these books. I really like them.