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by Kathy Frias

eBook Rumors of Eden ePub
Author: Kathy Frias
Language: English
ISBN: 0983175101
ISBN13: 978-0983175100
Publisher: White Feather Press, LLC (December 1, 2010)
Pages: 462
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 983
Formats: docx lrf lit mobi
ePub file: 1766 kb
Fb2 file: 1559 kb

Kathy Frias rated a book it was amazing. Rumors of Eden by Kathy Frias (Goodreads Author). This was an amazing book. I was lost in time and felt like I was there. Looking forward to a sequel from Mrs. Frias.

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3 quotes from Kathy Frias: 'The kipper was in a race for it's life, and it knew it. It used all the skill its Maker had given it and drew the creature far away from the craft, to be sacrifice . Kathy Frias, Rumors of Eden. It used all the skill its Maker had given it and drew the creature far away from the craft, to be sacrifice in the end. It was a fitting task for the kipper there is a thing about monsters. 'What I ask," Job replied, "is that you trust Him to know better than you what is just, and to trust that He is God and His wisdom is better than yours. and 'In the end, it was not his will that failed him, but rather the sheer passage of time.

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East of Eden is a novel by Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck, published in September 1952. Often described as Steinbeck's most ambitious novel, East of Eden brings to life the intricate details of two families, the Trasks and the Hamiltons, and. Often described as Steinbeck's most ambitious novel, East of Eden brings to life the intricate details of two families, the Trasks and the Hamiltons, and their interwoven stories. The novel was originally addressed to Steinbeck's young sons, Thom and John (then 6½ and 4½ years old, respectively). Steinbeck wanted to describe the Salinas Valley for them in detail: the sights, sounds, smells and colors.

Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. What widow Lady Maggie Graham does there more than greases the rumor mill. When she agrees to wed the Viscount Langdon, there are those who would act upon their suspicions. Experience has taught Lord Jamie well.

300 years after the great flood of Noah, the Garden of Eden, the story of earth and mans beginning had been reduced by time to mere legend. But young Madai, a descendant of the tribe of Japheth, had a burning fire within him that demanded action. Was the great father-God real? Had Eden existed? Were rumors of Noah and the great flood true? Madai had to know. He crossed the great Brine Sea

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Ltd, 182-190 Wairau Road, Auckland 10, New Zealand. First published in the United States of America by. The Viking Press 1952. ISBN 0 14 0. 997 5. Printed in the United States of America by. Offset Paperback Mfrs. In. Dallas, Pennsylvania. Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition. that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise

East of Eden Summary

East of Eden Summary. Our first ill-fated family is the Trasks: there's Cyrus, a brief soldier for the Union who is obsessed with the army, and his two sons, Adam and Charles. Adam is the more beloved by his father, despite being softer, but Charles craves his father's love and doesn't get it-and on one occasion he takes his anger out on Adam. Adam wants his Eden now that he has an Eve. He tells Samuel the story of his life: his fearful relationship with Cyrus, his time killing Indians, his farm, his brother, and Cathy. Adam glorifies Cathy as the best thing to ever happen to him, and Samuel recognizes Adam's feeling of blind adoration.

300 years after the great flood of Noah, the Garden of Eden, the story of earth and man's beginning had been reduced by time to mere legend. But young Madai, a descendant of the tribe of Japheth, had a burning fire within him that demanded action. So he left his home in the north to search out the truth. Was the great father-God real? Had Eden existed? Were rumors of Noah and the great flood true? Madai had to know. He crossed the great Brine Sea, braving serpents, monsters and all manner of evil. Follow the adventures of Madai as he discovers the secrets of Genesis. Go with him to the ark. Meet the great patriarchs of old through the power of story! Watch the Bible come alive as you travel back thousands of years to a primal time in history when the world was still young! 300 years after the flood, God was a rumor, a fading whisper. But God is more lasting than rumor, and his hope and truth more powerful than evil.
Karg
Probably one of the best (if not #1) Christian books I have read. I could not put it down (my house is a mess). The cover art and description do not do the book justice. The story is masterfully crafted, Biblically correct, the characters are deep and believable, and as another reviewer said, the Christian message was not "in your face" or preachy. I was in tears by the end, not wanting to finally put it away.... I would have given this 4.5 stars if allowable, only because there are a few typos and at times the language could have been smoother. However, the book shines in many areas where other authors struggle - the main plot and sub-plots work flawlessly together, there is incredible description, action, suspense, romance! The ending was a triumph. This story has it all, like a supreme pizza. I hope the author reaches out to larger publishers in the future so her work can be enjoyed by a larger audience. In a nutshell, Rumors of Eden is definitely worth the long read!
Biaemi
Rumors of Eden is an epic novel that draws you into the lives of it's characters and keeps you reading until the very end. It did take me a little while to get into the story but once I did it was hard for me to do anything until I was able to finish it.
I loved the author's take on the Noah story as well as her thoughts on what the earth was like following the flood.I also felt like, when it was presented, the message fit into the story naturally and this is not an easy thing for some Christian authors to do. I like reading Christian books but I feel like just whacking the reader with the message where ever you please detracts from the story and in turn fails in the proper deliverance of the point you are trying to get across. It is a fine line to walk but I think that Kathy Frias handled it very gracefully.
I read this book on my kindle but am actually wanting to buy the physical copy of this book now as well. And with the limited space that I have-that's saying a lot!
Qulcelat
For a first novel, Ms. Frias has done an outstanding job on this mini-epic-length endeavor. The first hundred or so pages alone are worth the price of the book. The writing is tight, descriptive, compelling as the author weaves a plausible story about people living in this intriguing time in human history. Honestly, the last third of the book begins to lag and the clever theologizing does tend to go on. The tone becomes less literary and more commercial. Still, a great read, and the author's thorough research of ancient cultures and the motivations that may have driven people to act as they did is evident throughout.
Bremar
I honestly wasn't sure what to expect, but was more than surprised at how much I enjoyed this book, and was sorry it came to an end. I want to know what happened next! :D

It's almost impossible to combine evolution with creationism, but Kathy Frias did just that, and extremely well, I must say! It's a fascinating tale, with REAL characters from the Bible, mixed with a quite believable explanation for evolution. Of course, the timeline is quite different from the timeline given us in Scripture. It would have to be, wouldn't it. :)

I'd highly recommend this book, and can't praise the author enough for her imaginative, yet quite plausible, rendering of Biblical events.
Mavegar
The more I read The Rumors of Eden, the more I didn't want it to end. The author tells a story of a time centuries after The Great Flood. The main character is on a search for an "Ancient" to tell him if it really happened or not. We've all wondered the logistics of Noah and the Ark but the story this author tells is more in-depth than anything I've ever imagined or been told. This book was fascinating from beginning to end. I would love Ms. Frias to write on other stories in the Bible with her special talent of making them come alive. Excellent read!
Arcanefist
I highly recommend this book. It is long, but so fun to read. Kathy Frias did her research and must have had a visual time line in order to keep it all straight. I love how she wove mankind's history in with events that took place in the bible and made them so real. I love how it wasn't predictable and even the ending was a surprise. That doesn't happen often with me. Good read!
Ganthisc
As true to biblical truth as can be for fiction. The details so vivid in this amazing tale, you find yourself standing in the story with a panoramic view, seeing, smelling, touching each moment with the characters. I savored the last chapters not wanting it to end. Renewing a desire in me to KNOW the "One True God".
Like the old testament stories, no sugar coating of mans proclivity to evil.
March 15, Reading it again......yep it is that good!
This novel did not contain a solid story line; it was all over the place. By the time I reached the middle of the 'story', I no longer knew what it was about. Some chapters focused on the main character, some on different bible characters, and the remaining chapters set the scene using a heavy amount of "adult connotations”. The abrupt ending shocked me; so many details never came together.
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