New Beginnings: ar' Ama Gedeon

  • by T D Ree
  • Narrated by Scott Aiello
  • 7 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The place is here, the time is now, and something is happening to our Earth.
Waves of destruction have been unleashed from four sites of ancient forest, and scientists are unable to explain the instability in Earth’s mantle, nor the forces sweeping across the planet’s surface, changing everything.
As this occurs, an unlikely hero arises.
Elizabeth is drawn away from her engineering career back into her estranged family to finish the most tumultuous chapter in their lives. Her father, Martin, an apparent hermit, has relented to his long estranged wife, Susan, and invited her to his cabin in the remote Northwest to sign their divorce papers. Before he agrees to sign however, Susan must bring Elizabeth, and strangely Susan’s and Elizabeth’s companions, Leonard and Aaron. And they must all come now.
Of all places on Earth, something supernatural protects Martin’s cabin and shields the family from the impending doom. Yet their survival is not assured. Elizabeth must discover and control the forces that surround them, while Martin attempts to teach the family to create a belief in each other that stabilizes not just their family, but the world.
Will they believe? And from their belief, will there be a new beginning?

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too esoteric for me

The story sounded interesting but except for the unusual title it was quite a disappointment. Very, very long introduction, subplots which run to nowhere and a chaotic end. That we have only one earth and that we have to take care of it has already been told in more original and exciting ways.
The speaker was OK but could not help to improve the weak story.
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- Andrea

Great imagination

I enjoy a story that carries one away with imagination. New Beginnings did. Wife and kids loved it too. Cannot wait for what comes next.
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- Tambrie L. Robinson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-12-2014
  • Publisher: Quintillion, LLC