Lazarus, Man

Lazarus, Man

by Scott Toney

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BN ID: 2940044970519
Publisher: Scott Toney
Publication date: 09/28/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 771,346
File size: 363 KB

About the Author

From the author: I grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of a mathematician mother and basketball loving father, and so naturally my passion became writing! It all began as a youth when I wrote tales to go with the computer game Oregon Trail, creating stories to go with Jimmie getting typhoid or Susie getting small pox. Oh the fun of younger days... but one must advance. From there I tackled poetry and received a $100 prize in High School for winning a poetry contest. In college I earned degrees in Journalism and Public Relations. Later I married my wonderful wife, Laura, and we now have an amazing daughter that fills our lives with such joy! Just before I met Laura the idea came to me to write a Fantasy story based on the story of Noah's Ark in the Bible. It was a 'what if' tale centering on Maanta, a merboy who descends from people who, instead of drowning in the flood, adapted to be mer people. Because of Noah's age when he died in the Bible that also left things open for me to incorporate Noah in the book as well. Thus 'The Ark of Humanity' was born. Since then I have been inspired by other things and have gone on to write Eden Legacy and Lazarus, Man. Eden Legacy is another Fantasy work and Lazarus, Man is the story of Lazarus of Bethany, told through tale and tribulation. I've joined forces with other authors as a member of Breakwater Harbor Books and am enthusiastic about the worlds and stories to come! My family is my most treasured achievement. I don't just choose to write. Writing is a part of me.

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Lazarus, Man: This Is the story of Lazarus of Bethany, told through tale and Tribulation 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not an avid reader of Religious Fiction, but LAZARUS, MAN turned out to be a compelling book that I really enjoyed. The author creates evocative images, tells his story in exquisite language. It was definitely worth taking a look at this book.
Arnon001 More than 1 year ago
This book held a lot of meaning for me as I read. I always viewed the story of Lazarus as a distant miracle as a child, but this helped to show me what the man may have been like, and what his journey after ressurection may have been.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I REALLY ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK. I WOULD RIGHLY RECOMMEND IT
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