The Flood - David Maine Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: David Maine / ISBN: 1841956309 / Publication Date: 2005 / Publisher: Canongate Books
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David Maine The Flood
Pages: 272, Edition: New Ed, Paperback, Canongate Books Ltd
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by - written on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I am not naturally drawn to Bible stories, and if it were not for a friend lending and recommending her copy of The Flood, I would never have thought to give it a try. However, once I had started reading this modern interpretation of the age old story of Noah and his family, it started to grip me and, to my own surprise, I found myself reading it avidly until the final page was turned. The Flood does not hold any hidden surprises; Noe hears the voice of God and, obeying, starts to build his Ark. The flood waters come and events take their course. There was something reassuring and familiar about reading this well-known tale, rather like re-reading a fairy or ... Read the complete review
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