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Alone in Eden by Stephen R. Pastore

Alone in Eden

by Stephen R. Pastore

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This has got to be the most God-awful biblical fiction story I have ever read!!!! Glass domes spring out of nowhere covering a great valley, during the great Flood, to protect Adam's heritage to help those people survive while Noah had to build an ark??? Come on!!! No wonder this had to published under a vanity press! No one in their right mind would ever consider publishing this. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977719693, Paperback)

The Story of Adam & Eve’s First Born Before the Fall---Perfect and Immortal! This novel follows his journey through the centuries.

Alone in Eden is a novel about Adam and Eve’s first born son before the Fall in the Garden of Eden; follow his journey through this first person account of the tragedy of evil and suffering in the wake of original sin and its ultimate consequences. It is an introspective study of good and evil, what could have been and what could still be. Pastore floods the reader’s mind with startling images of the beauty that was and the hopeless void that lingers threatening to happen. In addition to its profound mystical content, it is a treasury of unforgettable imagery. See Adam and Even, Cain and Abel – even Noah – as you have never seen them before. Pastore’s vivid accounts are almost three dimensional – uniquely described. Be brought on a journey…a journey of fear and joy; a journey of love and hope.

What the Human Race was Destined to Become

A remarkable tale of God's love and purpose for us all. A truly fascinating fictional work filled with Truth. Rarely will one find a book having such an abundance of beautiful and precise word pictures. Sure to stimulate controversy and discussion as many unanswered questions are resolved in an imaginative and exciting narrative.

A stunning and visually thrilling work that exercises both your intellect and imagination – and ultimately, your spirit.

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