2010 (Release date August 1)
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Havah, Eve the mother of all humanity. This is her story, fictionally portrayed as never before, or as I have never read.
A beautiful story filled with poetic descriptions, a story that will capture your interest. Truly you will feel yourself screaming for Eve to stay away from the serpent on the island as he tempts her with the fruit. You will grieve and cry for Eve as they are banished from the beautiful garden in the valley.
Follow along as Eve, Havah and Adam face the world without the presence of The One, I Am to fellowship with them, as they learn their punishments were truly indeed as hard as I Am had said they would be.
This story will cause you to think of things perhaps you have never thought of, drawing your attention to how the life of Adam and Eve could have been after the Fall. Truly a story you will not want to miss!! Watch for this book to release August 2010, to be sold where your favorite B& H books are sold. 384 pages US $14.99 4 stars Originally released in 2008, the new edition will include the author's research, behind the scene notes and some dropped story lines from the original book.
This book was provided for review purposes only, No payment was received for this review.