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Safely Home

Author:   Randy Alcorn ,  Steve Sever ,  Steve Sever
Publisher:   Oasis Audio, Div of Domain Communications
Edition:   Abridged edition
ISBN:  

9781598593099


Pages:   6
Publication Date:   01 November 2007
Format:   Audio  Audio Format
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American business executive Ben Fielding has no idea what his brilliant old college roommate is facing in China. But when they're reunited in China after twenty years, the men are shocked at what they discover about each other. Thrown together in an hour of encroaching darkness, watched by unseen eyes, both must make choices that will determine not only the destinies of two men, but two families, two nations... and two worlds.

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Author:   Randy Alcorn ,  Steve Sever ,  Steve Sever
Publisher:   Oasis Audio, Div of Domain Communications
Imprint:   Oasis Audio, Div of Domain Communications
Edition:   Abridged edition
Dimensions:   Width: 16.50cm , Height: 1.70cm , Length: 14.60cm
Weight:   0.181kg
ISBN:  

9781598593099


ISBN 10:   1598593099
Pages:   6
Publication Date:   01 November 2007
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Audio
Publisher's Status:   Unknown
Availability:   Awaiting stock   Availability explained

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While a fictional story, this is not art for art s sake. There s a strong message in this story of an American businessman who has lost his Christian faith. He travels to China, where he meets his college roommate, who is practicing Christianity in the midst of persecution. The persecution leads the American back to his faith. Steve Sever s presentation of the Chinese voice is quite good; he captures the speech pattern of someone whose native language is Chinese. His deep voice is always clear and strong. However, this is the voice of a professional radio announcer, not the voice of a storyteller. And the voices from heaven are a bit hokey.M.L.C. 2002 Audie Award Finalist - (c) AudioFile Portland, Maine While a fictional story, this is not art for art's sake. There's a strong message in this story of an American businessman who has lost his Christian faith. He travels to China, where he meets his college roommate, who is practicing Christianity in the midst of persecution. The persecution leads the American back to his faith. Steve Sever's presentation of the Chinese voice is quite good; he captures the speech pattern of someone whose native language is Chinese. His deep voice is always clear and strong. However, this is the voice of a professional radio announcer, not the voice of a storyteller. And the voices from heaven are a bit hokey. M.L.C. 2002 Audie Award Finalist - (c) AudioFile Portland, Maine


While a fictional story, this is not art for art's sake. There's a strong message in this story of an American businessman who has lost his Christian faith. He travels to China, where he meets his college roommate, who is practicing Christianity in the midst of persecution. The persecution leads the American back to his faith. Steve Sever's presentation of the Chinese voice is quite good; he captures the speech pattern of someone whose native language is Chinese. His deep voice is always clear and strong. However, this is the voice of a professional radio announcer, not the voice of a storyteller. And the voices from heaven are a bit hokey. <br>M.L.C. 2002 Audie Award Finalist - (c) AudioFile Portland, Maine<br>


While a fictional story, this is not art for art's sake. There's a strong message in this story of an American businessman who has lost his Christian faith. He travels to China, where he meets his college roommate, who is practicing Christianity in the midst of persecution. The persecution leads the American back to his faith. Steve Sever's presentation of the Chinese voice is quite good; he captures the speech pattern of someone whose native language is Chinese. His deep voice is always clear and strong. However, this is the voice of a professional radio announcer, not the voice of a storyteller. And the voices from heaven are a bit hokey. M.L.C. 2002 Audie Award Finalist - (c) AudioFile Portland, Maine


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Randy Alcorn is the founder of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM). He is a bestselling author of over forty books, including Heaven, The Treasure Principle, and the 2002 Gold Medallion winner Safely Home. Visit his website at www.epm.org.

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