An apocalyptic thriller on an epic scale that will make you question your own reality.
All around the world, people start to see things that aren't there, that cannot be. Visions, ghosts, events from the past playing out in the present.
To start with, the visions are unremarkable: things misplaced in time and caught out of the corner of the eye; glimpses of long-dead family or friends. But, as time goes on, the visions become more sustained, more vivid, more widespread. More terrifying. As the visions become truly apocalyptic, some turn to religion, others to science.
Only one man, driven by personal as well as professional reasons, is capable of finding the real truth. But the truth that psychiatrist John Macbeth uncovers is much, much bigger than either religion or science. A truth so big it could cost him his sanity. And his life.
Fantastic book. I've read it in paperback and now in audio. Thoroughly recommend it. It even made me doubt my own existence
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Couldn't really get into the story
Would you recommend Biblical to your friends? Why or why not?
if they liked science fiction
Have you listened to any of Christopher Ragland’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Not heard any of his books before
Do you think Biblical needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
What made the experience of listening to Biblical the most enjoyable?
This concept is a bit of a cliché these days but this is a good treatment of it. Much more of a comment would give it away. An enjoyable listen.