The Mystery of Shemitah

  • by Jonathan Cahn
  • Narrated by Michael A. Brown
  • 6 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The book you can't afford NOT to listen to. It is already affecting your life... And it WILL affect your future! Is it possible that there exists a three-thousand-year-old mystery that...

Has been determining the course of your life without your knowing it?
Foretells current events before they happen?
Revealed the dates and the hours of the greatest crashes in Wall Street history before they happened?
Determined the timing of 9/11?
Lies behind the rise of America to global superpower... and its fall?
Has forecast the rising and falling of the world’s stock market throughout modern times?
Lies behind world wars and the collapse of nations, world powers, and empires?
Holds key to what lies ahead for the world and for your life? And much more....


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Customer Reviews

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Why is this narrated by Optimus Prime??

This is an important message with great content but is almost completely unlistenable due to the Hollywood movie trailer voice that reads it in the audio book. I honestly think it's the voice of Optimus Prime from Transformers. The historically significant and relevant factual message and content is totally lost through the narrated voice that makes it sound like complete fiction. I hung in there as long as I could but couldn't listen any more after 4 chapters. Jonathan Cahn reads the Harbinger, let's bring him back for this one!
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- Pagemaster

Good information, but lots of problems

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

The book has some very interesting information but it suffers a lot in several ways -- from the author repeating himself in chapter after chapter to issues with actual audio recording.

First the author changed the book format from story telling (in The Harbinger) to a straight non-fiction format -- which would be good if it wasn't written as a sort of collection of smaller discussions. Many of these discussions repeat facts already stated (nearly verbatim) adding only a little more information as you read. The first half of the book is the worst part where some 15 or more chanter could have been edited down to about 4 or 5 without the constant repeating of the facts. I got past that and it got better. Another issue is that the author seems to be really stretching at times to make the facts fit the narrative.

As of this writing, the audio title itself seems to be a CD rip, but it has several places where there are audible (pun intended) skips during the recording and a few sections that actually repeat. The skips occur in several places and you lose the point the author was trying to make. I notified audible and hopefully they will fix the download.

Overall, the book is still a good listen barring several places where it gets a bit frustrating. It probably could have had been edited better and trimmed down a good 40% and been a great book.

The other BIG detractor in this title is the narrator... He has the "movie trailer" voice and every line is delivered in a dramatic deep tone. It actually detracts from the book because it sounds like a several hour long movie preview. You can only listen to so much at a time before the voice starts to irritate. The author has a far better voice and should have done it himself.

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- N. Zett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-25-2014
  • Publisher: Frontline