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Publisher's Summary

John David Krygelski's suspenseful debut novel - The Harvest - is a stunning tour de force! Whether tackling the epic battle between good and evil, or answering the subtle and persistent questions which haunt us all, Krygelski writes a compelling and startling story centered on the mysterious arrival of a man who claims to be the Creator. Clearly not a mortal, Elohim - as the stranger prefers to be known - astounds those he meets with unexplainable miracles and reality-altering answers. All of this is but a prelude to his announcement that he has come to do something...something which will affect every person on Earth...something which will occur in five days. Against the backdrop of a world reacting to the announcement that God has arrived, a hastily assembled group of interviewers question and test Elohim...while hidden forces emerge to thwart his plans.
©2007 John David Krygelski (P)2015 John David Krygelski
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5 out of 5 stars
By Charles C. on 12-25-15

The Harvest = Phenomenal

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The most thought provoking story I’ve ever come across…as an avid reader for 30+ years that is quite a statement; however, it is well deserved! Approach this phenomenal tale with an open mind as it is an amazingly deep read which forces you to take stock of your own beliefs. I first read The Harvest in paperback in early 2012 and just completed the recently released audio version, narrated by the author. As with all his works, it is an impressive performance.

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5 out of 5 stars
By R. J. Lopez on 08-03-17

This is a MUST READ!!!

What made the experience of listening to The Harvest the most enjoyable?

Simply the story. Thank you John for writing this! Thought provoking and entertaining. I really do appreciate John's conservative and religious baseline to his stories. So darn refreshing in thus time of "anything goes" in the name of "tolerance".

What did you like best about this story?

The thoughtful dialogue between "The Creator" and the subject matter experts.

What about John David Krygelski’s performance did you like?

Since he wrote the book, he presented his characters exactly like he meant them to be.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Are you one of the chosen?!

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John is a great and refreshing writer and I can't wait to listen to more of his books!

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4 out of 5 stars
By redhammer on 01-06-18

Quite a refreshing surprise

I had no idea what to expect & is there nothing better than a fantastic surprise. I’m far from religious & far more atheist, but this book intrigued me so I thought I’d try something different, couldn’t stop listening for a week! Also the book was read really well by the the author as he knew his characters well. Definitely worth a listen

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2 out of 5 stars
By Mrs A Hardcastle on 12-12-17

Hard going at times

This was such a cracking idea but unfortunately it was, to me, lacking in the story line and character building.
It came across more as a philosophical debate between religion and science.
This was not helped by the writer narrating “God” in the style of Stephen Hawkins.
It’s a good try but I prefer stories to lectures. I would love to hear or read this as a work of fiction rather than a dissertation.

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