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I, Saul

Author Jerry B. Jenkins w/ James MacDonald
Narrator John McLain
Runtime 10.85 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Oasis Audio
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Release Date April 29, 2014
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

From multi-million copy best-selling novelist Jerry Jenkins comes a compelling international thriller that conveys you from present-day Texas to a dank Roman dungeon in A.D. 67, then down the dusty roads of ancient Israel, Asia, and back to Rome.

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From multi-million copy best-selling novelist Jerry Jenkins comes a compelling international thriller that conveys you from present-day Texas to a dank Roman dungeon in A.D. 67, then down the dusty roads of ancient Israel, Asia, and back to Rome.

A young seminary professor, Augustine Knox, is drawn into a deadly race to save priceless parchments from antiquities thieves and discovers a two- thousand-year old connection with another who faced death for the sake of the truth. I, Saul consists of two riveting adventures in one, transporting you between the stories of Augustine Knox and Saul of Tarsus.

Filled with political intrigue, romance, and rich historical detail, I, Saul is a thrilling tale of loyal friendships tested by life-or-death quests, set two millennia apart, told by a master storyteller.

Customer Reviews

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Love It!
I am only half way through the audio book but listen every chance I get. I have found it interesting, informative and it raises questions which cause me to search the scriptures to try to separate "facts" from "fiction". All qualities, in my mind, in a great book. I did not find the "back & forth" mentioned by others distracting and I quickly got use to the readers voice.
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Review by / (Posted on 6/19/2014)
Unusual Format - consider this
The content is great overall but the format is choppy. It bounces back and forth between first century Palestine and present day. This is a history of Saul mixed with a modern detective mystery. It would have been much better to first have Saul's story and then the detective story after that. Frustrating.
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Review by / (Posted on 5/24/2014)