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Moses

The Epic Story of His Rebellion in the Court of Egypt
Narrated by: Christopher Kipiniak
Length: 15 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Summary

The story of Moses, who grew from orphan to adopted prince to leader of the oppressed people, is worthy of many retellings. In Moses, Fast breathes new life into the legendary story of the infant found among the reeds of the Nile. From Moses’s adoption into the home of Pharaoh Ramses II, to his upbringing in Egypt's royal court, to his controversial support of monotheism and eventual leadership of a nation, Moses is a stunning look at the life of one of world history's most celebrated men.

©1958, 2000 Howard Fast. introduction copyright 2000 by Howard Fast (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Fascinating concept

Not a religious book, but a psychological novel about the biblical figure with modern understanding of personality formation

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  • WizeHawk
  • 26-05-14

I would have given the book a -1 star if I could

What would have made Moses better?

A new author, and not wasting a credit on it. Simply awful from start to finish.If I buy it, download it, I will listen to the entire book, no matter how much mind and ears want to close up. I found this to be the absolute worse book I've ever read. Please don't waste your credit or money on this one.

Would you ever listen to anything by Howard Fast again?

No way.

Would you be willing to try another one of Christopher Kipiniak’s performances?

Not searching him out, that's for sure. So NO.

What character would you cut from Moses?

Let's see,, all of them in this case.

Any additional comments?

If you enjoyed this book I am happy for you. Maybe I missed something during those monotone never ending characters. Sorry for such a negative review, but seriously, I could in no way get into this book.

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