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Publisher's Summary

What do you get when you mix a couple of immortals, a snotty archangel, the Father of Lies, a redneck street preacher and a couple of wiseass waitresses from Texas?
You get a cross-country road trip to save the world, of course!
Adam (yeah that Adam) has been around for a long time, but even he's never seen anything like this. He has to gather his ex-girlfriend and his youngest daughter with his ex-wife (you remember Eve, right?) and his oldest surviving son (Cain) and get them across the country for a meeting with Archangel Michael and Lucifer to determine the fate of the world.
Along the way there are strip clubs, cheap beer, expensive whiskey, biker bar fights, shotgun blasts in motel parking lots, sing-alongs in public parks and other wild adventures as our group of intrepid immortals and universal icons travel to save the world.
The Chosen is the first novel from best-selling fantasy novelist John G. Hartness. A wild comic ride through biblical genre-bending, The Chosen is as funny as it is probing. With characters pulled from the pages of the Bible and from everyday life, The Chosen takes a hard look at what happens when the divine becomes the everyday.
©2010 John G. Hartness (P)2015 John G. Hartness
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By Kindle Customer on 04-21-16

The Chosen

Didn't like as much as other stories by the author...story felt forced...narration was good...was so...so.

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By Mario on 05-13-15

Good Story Bad Ending

This is yet another good story were the ending just pulls everything apart. sigh...

Overall this is a good book.

Their are alot of great moment both heartwarming and gut busting.

The Characters are well rounded and smoothly developed.

The pacing is smooth never felling to fast nor to slow.

The narration is by far the best part about this audiobook with Andrew McFerrin bringing the story and characters to life.

The ending is however were everything goes from pretty good to that "but if that is so than why did such and such happen" realm.

I can't say I would recommend this audiobook but at the same time I can't say just skip it.

If you can take to whole "good-story bad-ending" I would say give this a try.

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3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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