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Realms Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook

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Customer Reviews for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
Review 1 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
This review is fromEnoch.
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 24, 2009
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Terry Medlock
Great book!! Would recommend anyone to read, even teens. I love good Christian authors and this is one of them!
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Review 2 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
This review is fromEnoch.
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:November 25, 2008
Overall I thought this was a really good book. Characters were well developed even when some of them were on the scene for a short time. Scenes were set apart and then woven together from different perspectives. There is the mystery of who this stranger is and what he is doing here... miracles are happening - why?
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Review 3 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
This review is fromEnoch.
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 22, 2008
Alton Gansky has another hit on his shelf with his latest novel, Enoch. Based around the Biblical persona who never tasted death, this incredibly suspenseful read is meticulously crafted with a multi-strand plot that finds a common thread in a message from a mysterious herald that appears in various forms to alert the characters to look for the one I am sending you. Meanwhile, a just-as-mysterious hitchhiker is picked up by a kindly older couple. And does he have some surprises in store for those he encounters. I thoroughly enjoyed this character! Gansky develops him with brilliance. This book made my heart race and took my imagination to surprising places. As I turned each page, the plot twisted and turned and kept me guessing until I devoured the final word. WOW! What a book!
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Review 4 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
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Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 2, 2008
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Ginger
This book captures your full attention on page one and carries you through a fast-paced journey through a story of good versus evil.An unusual message, "Look for the one I AM sending you," stops popping up on TV shows, Movies, Computers, Radio Stations & Newspapers. The message puts fear and confusion in the minds of many. Before you know it, you are pulled into the mystery and trying to figure out the ending.I highly recommend this book. An easy read with a great message
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Review 5 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
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Overall Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:November 2, 2008
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Sandra Hackett
Great storyline! excellent writing as alwaysfrom Mr. Gansky. Will there be a sequel about Elijah? I hope so! My husband and I are big fans of this authors work. Please, keep them coming!
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Review 6 for Enoch: He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him - eBook
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Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:October 22, 2008
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Richard Mabry
Alton Gansky is the master of on-the-edge, what-if fiction, and this is his best work yet. It features a character based on the Biblical Enoch, the man who didn't die, now returned to earth to deliver a message, a message that gives pause to all who hear it. There's plenty of action, a number of heart-tugging moments, building suspense, and a denouement that kept me reading long after my bedtime. It's rare that I say of a book, "I couldn't put it down," but this is one of those times. The book is doesn't hit the reader over the head with the message of Christianity. It simply makes him think. And, after all, isn't that what books should really do?
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