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Enoch: He Lived Long Ago. He Never Died. Now the Most Powerful Woman in the World is Trying to Own Him.

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  • Posted October 22, 2008

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    Couldn't put it down

    Alton Gansky is the master of on-the-edge, what-if fiction, and this is his best work yet. It features a character based on the Biblical Enoch, the man who didn't die, now returned to earth to deliver a message, a message that gives pause to all who hear it. There's plenty of action, a number of heart-tugging moments, building suspense, and a denouement that kept me reading long after my bedtime. It's rare that I say of a book, "I couldn't put it down," but this is one of those times. <BR/>The book is doesn't hit the reader over the head with the message of Christianity. It simply makes him think. And, after all, isn't that what books should really do?

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 25, 2008

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    Who is this stranger in a strange land...

    I have always been fascinated by the story of Enoch - the man who walked with God and never died... I was excited to read this book. I had never read a book by Alton Gansky but had heard good things so I wondered what he would do with this character. Overall I thought this was a really good book. Characters were well developed even when some of them were on the scene for a short time. Scenes were set apart and then woven together from different perspectives. There is the mystery of who this stranger is and what he is doing here... miracles are happening - why? Without giving anything away, I just want to say that there were only a couple things that bothered me. One, the cover tag line says,<BR/><BR/>"He lived long ago. He never died. Now the most powerful woman in the world is trying to own him..."<BR/><BR/>I just don't think this statement represented the book very well. And secondly, I just thought it wrapped up a little too quickly. But overall, I really enjoyed this book and will be looking for more books by this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 2, 2008

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    Enoch by alton Gansky

    This book captures your full attention on page one and carries you through a fast-paced journey through a story of good versus evil.<BR/><BR/>An unusual message, "Look for the one I AM sending you," stops popping up on TV shows, Movies, Computers, Radio Stations & Newspappers. The message puts fear and confusion in the minds of many. Before you know it, you are pulled into the mystery and trying to figure out the ending.<BR/><BR/>I highly recommend this book. An easy read with a great message

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2013

    My name is enoch and im 12

    This is cool my mom said she named me after him wow and i always thought i was the only person in the world named enoch

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