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The Longest Day: Winner 2020 Best Book Award For Religious Fiction (The Eden Stories 1) Kindle Edition
What would happen if an astronaut from Earth, a fallen and sinful man, discovered a planet where Adam and Eve had not eaten from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?
Adam Lang, a self-professed atheist, travels to the ends of the universe to discover intelligent life on the only perfect planet left, Adon. There he discovered something he least expected to find . . . God.
Winner of 2020 Best Book Award for Religious Fiction by American Book Fest.
“Best-selling author, Terry Toler is a well-written, rising star in literary fiction, with his epic fantasy story, The Longest Day, the first in The Eden Stories series and the one that started the franchise.” Michael DeAngelo reviewer
As much as it is about a strange journey across the stars, it’s also about people, and consequences, both of which are captured in page turning suspense.
The Longest Day is one man’s story of romance, loss, science, discovery, mystery, sin, and salvation.
What Others Are Saying:
“Groundbreaking . . .”
“Highly complex characters and a stunning conclusion.”
“The best fantasy series since Left Behind.”
Toler draws his readers in and makes sure that they’re settled in, because he knows it’s going to be a long ride and they aren’t going to want to miss a thing. Best of all, there are more Eden Stories coming as he tells us what happened on each of the planets in our solar system through suspenseful, thrilling stories.
What if every planet in our solar system once had life, a Garden of Eden, an Adam and an Eve, and a tree of the knowledge of good and evil? What might’ve happened on those planets to cause them to destroy themselves? Will earth suffer the same fate?
Other Books in The Eden Stories
The Reformation of Mars
The Late, Great Planet Jupiter
The Great Wall of Ven-Us
Saturn: The Eden Experiment
The Mercury Protocols
Clean Fiction with a Message
- ASIN : B08KFL61NS
- Language : English
- File size : 7943 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 246 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 98,410 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The second part of the story was interesting but I have some theological differences with the writer that made it a bit jarring for me. It also kind of felt like one minute I was reading action-fiction, then sci-fi, and then a fantasy. The other planet felt more like a dream world or heaven, than extra-terrestrial. Not that that is an impossibility.
It was definitely a creative story and it kept me reading to the end. The ending was also a bit depressing - that the fall of mankind would be repeated on another planet - but I'm guessing it is followed by other books.
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However, the writing is amateurish and there are a lot of typos. Also, in Part 2, the genre of the novel suddenly switches gears. I got lost in the character's mental calculations. And the ending was horrible. Disappointing. Not to mention that the theology was totally off. And, in the final six percent of the book, extremely sloppily written. Glad I got it for free; I wouldn't have wanted to pay for it.