The Chasm

A Journey to the Edge of Life
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (2.65 hours)
Product Number: Z100010718
Released: Feb 08, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780307749406
Narrator/s: Randy Alcorn
Publisher: Books on Tape
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Description

A Journey He Couldn't Miss and a Step He Couldn't Take He found himself a traveler in the strangest of lands. Where invisible secrets come starkly into sight. Where the fairest of companions leads the way into unsuspected danger and darkness. Where hidden battles burst into the open. Where so much is graspedand so much more seems unattainable. Driven by a yearning he doesn't understand, compelled toward a destination he can't quite see, the traveler navigates the inhospitable landscape with determination and a flicker of something like hope-despite the obstacles that seem to unerringly block his path. Best-selling novelist Randy Alcorn weaves a supernatural interplay of wills and motives, lusts and longings, love and sacrifice. It's a potent mix that leaves every reader wondering: Do I really understand this world I live in? Do I really understand myself? Is there more to all this than I've ever dared hope? INCLUDES 12 ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS

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Author(s): Randy Alcorn
Original Publish Date: Feb 08, 2011

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Author(s): Randy Alcorn
Product Number EB00164028
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: #9781601423405

Professional reviews

"This contemporary allegory is written as the first-person narrative of a strong male personality. Unlike many authors who attempt to read their own work, Randy Alcorn does the book a service by infusing every line of his parable with vivid feeling, thereby bringing it to life. Although his emphatic sentences become slightly repetitive in cadence, he varies the rapid delivery of the action scenes with slower, softer tones in reflective moments. While there are places where his reading borders on the melodramatic, this suits the genre of the story. Some may think of this work as a millennial revision of the classic PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. M.R. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"

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