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B & H Publishing Group Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook

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Customer Reviews for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
Review 1 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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Very interesting book

Date:December 19, 2012
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Flower
Location:Trinidad and Tobago
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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I really enjoy this book! I will surely recommend this book to a friend.
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Review 2 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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Good Story Line

Date:June 6, 2012
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Puddie
Location:Las Vegas, NV
Age:35-44
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I enjoyed the story line and the characters. The book overall was a good read and met my expectations. Was very entertaining and will share with my friends.
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Review 3 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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Really holds interest! Thought provoking.

Date:May 29, 2012
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Judy Hess
Location:Swords Creek Va
Age:Over 65
Gender:female
This was an excellent book. I thought it portrayed the depth of emotions that Adam & Eve must have felt after realizing the terrible thing they had done. I could feel the sorrow & desperation that had come into their perfect world. The desperation we all experience when we are no longer in a good relationship with God. I had never really thought of the pain & sorrow that they must have gone through. It caused me to be more thankful for God's plan of salvation for us today.
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Review 4 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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Good reading

Date:May 27, 2012
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Ma23
Location:OH
Age:55-65
Gender:female
This was a good read good - I would recomend it to a friend
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Review 5 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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Intriguing.

Date:May 25, 2012
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Anu2
Brought the story of creation to a personal level...I can identify with Havah, especially the years following exile. Really enjoyed it and made me wonder if I would have been any different, in her situation. I loved the relationship between Havah and her son, a mother's love, hope, expectation.
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Review 6 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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This is the first book I've seen written about Eve

Date:December 9, 2011
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DeeDee
Location:Bloomington, IN
Age:55-65
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It is written in an interesting style, which makes it easy to fill in information not directly stated.
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Review 7 for Havah: The Story of Eve - eBook
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A Novel Made to be Absorbed

Date:October 7, 2011
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Christy Janes
Age:25-34
Gender:female
Tosca Lee has got to be one of the most talented authors in Christian fiction today. It has been such a long time since I read a novel with as much depth as this one had. Normally, I fly through books as so many of them have similar storylines and plot devices, but I found myself slowly and methodically reading this book, absorbing each and every page.
This book changed my perceptions of those early days from Genesis that I am familiar with. Tosca's ability to convey the joy of Adam and Eve's time in the garden was contrasted extremely well to their sudden flight after eating the fruit, along with their subsequent wonder of how they would survive. And while it's not the norm for Christian fiction, I appreciated Tosca going the extra mile in describing the love shared between Adam and Eve as husband and wife. It seems that lately this has been frowned upon by some Christian readers, but I found it to be completely natural and added that extra bit of realness to the story.
Not only is Havah a great addition to Christian fiction, it is a wonderful addition to the genre of Biblical fiction that is growing by leaps and bounds. I have found that these novels help me in my understanding of Biblical truths, and I always find myself going to the original source and comparing both works side by side. It is my belief that Tosca has found her niche with the Biblical fiction genre, and while I'm sure her newest novel with Ted Dekker is great, I'm eager for her next solo novel in the works called Iscariot.
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