Genesis PDF Ú Paperback

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10 thoughts on “Genesis (Idolatry Book 1)

  1. Jon Jon says:

    Genesis beautifully brings together art history love and philosophy in order to show an artist’s struggle to maintain his love of life in the face of injustice Perfectly paced and with an almost lyrical style uent causes you to dance through his story with ease His descriptions of scenes and characters are poetically precise allowing the reader to imagine the scenes with a joyful simplicity yet possess striking clarity no matter what your imaginative skills are The character’s passion and vibrancy make them irresistibly intriguing From their first words and actions to their last I was rooting for them as if they were my best friends Ending in a blaze of action part one leaves you starving for by implying that this story is going to develop into an epic objectification of an abstract struggle as timeless as civilization itself Our contemporary culture is starving for value oriented art and Genesis is a perfect example of what we hunger for

  2. B.E. B.E. says:

    I don't think any review I write could do this story justice And anything I could say about it seems trite and formulated It's gripping but so much It's beautiful in a way beyond explaining It's touching and uplifting and inspiring and yet saddening and infuriating and it left me a little bereft And now I'm left waiting for Part 2 to be finished

  3. Jenna Jenna says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel and can't wait the book II The setting of the story was in Alexandria of ancient Egypt A great sculptor of his time Apollonius while attending her lecture was mesmerized by her beauty and intellect Twenty years had passed he just wanted to live but Apollonius past had followed him He has to faced the past for the love that he had for herThe story is excellent Fascinating lead characters courageous heroheroine a fun historical This book is worth adding to your reading list

  4. Dan Dan says:

    In Genesis Cordair's romantic storytelling masterfully creates an ancient world with characters that are the breathing embodiment of the author's radiant sense of life His heroes beautifully illustrate an uncompromising individualism and an unwavering admiration for the exalted in man Set in the backdrop of the encroaching Dark Ages Genesis takes you to a time and place that ominously reflects our present This was a great read and I can't wait for Idolatry Book 2 To say I highly recommend reading this book is an understatement of mammoth proportions

  5. Jacob Jacob says:

    It has been uite some time since I have been so completely hooked by a story So many powerful emotions came through while reading Genesis The entire read was an engaging experience and I can't wait to start A New Eden I will definitely be recommending this one to my friends and family Well done uent

  6. Erik Wingren Erik Wingren says:

    This was so good and left me so stunned and hanging waiting for that it is hard to write an appropriate review Perhaps I will come back and attempt to edit but for now let me just say get and read

  7. Dwayne Roberts Dwayne Roberts says:

    Extraordinary story told superbly

  8. Linda Linda says:

    A masterpiece in 5 parts

  9. Laura Laura says:

    Very nice prose with so far a very simplistic story It is just interesting enough that I am willing to keep going but I want a bit substance to match the very nice writingGood knowledge and understanding of art and as an art nerd I definitely appreciate that But I don't uite love the characters yet and need of a connection to them other than just their love of art Interested in reading the next one

  10. Pavel Urubčík Pavel Urubčík says:

    It's been a while since I've read a book and had moments when I had to keep reading Enjoyed this memorable story Even though it's a fiction the story is all well too known in human history and references to historical figures make it even memorable experienceReceived as a gift

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Genesis (Idolatry Book 1) [Read] ➫ Genesis (Idolatry Book 1) ➳ Quent Cordair – In the twilight of the Roman Empire a sculptor struggles to keep an 800 year dream alive while honoring the love of his life and raising his adopted son Part I of the epic five part Idolatry series th In the twilight of the Roman Empire a sculptor struggles to keep an year dream alive while honoring the love of his life and raising his adopted son Part I of the epic five part Idolatry series the story of a wealthy young heir and a devout Christian girl who find themselves at the heart of a year struggle for the soul of Western Civilization Beautifully written on the order of Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth with the historical insight of James Michener it brings to life a time of great thought great art and its clash with religious fanaticism Cordair writes with a poet's sense of scene and nuance and gives us a great deal of insight into the mind of a sculptor; I found this an exciting and easy read Alan Nitikman.

  • Paperback
  • 148 pages
  • Genesis (Idolatry Book 1)
  • Quent Cordair
  • English
  • 15 August 2014
  • 9780692584644

About the Author: Quent Cordair

UENT CORDAIR was born in in southern Illinois raised “under a church pew” as the saying went in a fundamentalist Christian sect an insular community in which the devout were forbidden the enjoyment of movies pop music television school sports alcohol jewelry and most other temporal pleasures worth mentioning While many things in his youth were proscribed the reading of fiction wa.