A Is for Adam

  • by Marc Richard
  • Narrated by David S. Dear
  • 1 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

And on the sixth day, God created man.
Adam is the first human being all alone in the Garden of Eden. He has everything he needs, but he sure is lonely.
One morning he awakens to find his body flayed open. Could it be kidney thieves? No, God has stolen a rib to make him a companion. Why he couldn't have just made Eve out of dirt like Adam was, is beyond him. Adam and Eve are living in relative peace in Paradise until trouble comes to the Garden in the form of a snake. He convinces Eve to eat the Fruit from the Tree of Knowledge, and she convinces Adam to do the same. This makes God very angry, and he banishes them to the desert to fend for themselves.
Why are they suddenly knowing things they shouldn't? Why are twigs sprouting out from their body? How did their goat learn the words to all these Phil Collins songs?
Follow me, as we journey together through one man's complete misunderstanding of the Book of Genesis.

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.A real joy from start to finish

Lets start with David S. Dear ,his voice is so wonderfully engaging that I found myself smiling just listening to the story that we have heard 100 times before but never from Adam's POV and never this utterly hilarious.I listened to the book in the car and nearly choked on many occasions as I tried to stifle the compulsion to laugh out loud trying to avoid the other depressed Dublin commuters thinking that I had lost it.
This book should be compulsory listening for everyone tired of hearing about economic doom and gloom in the media. It is funny and inspirational. Highly recommended.Marc Richard knows how to write a comedy and a brave guy for doing it on this topic.Great entertainment.I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.As always this is my honest opinion .
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- Amy

Dichotomy

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I was given this review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This is a difficult book to rate. I found bits and pieces funny but it was just this dichotomy of modern technology and ideas in the Garden of Eden and other Bible stories. i really struggled to get my head around it.

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- Emily

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-05-2017
  • Publisher: Marc Richard