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    biblical awakening

    i started ths book having no insight into what it was about. So i wasn't expecting it to be the story of david based purely on the title. But having said that i thoroughly enjoyed it and didnt want it to end. However i do regret giving it to my mum for christmas and will recommend he give it to dad instead as it is more up his alley.
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    The Secret Chord

    Anyone familiar with the New Testament of the Bible will be able to put their hands on events surrounding the writings of this book. The book does not appear to deviate much from the Bible, although Samuel 1 2 and Kings are yet to be rexamined for comparison. If the narrative surrounding Natan (Nathan[ial]) had been developed into more depth of this person rather than simply following the narrative of the Bible and David the story may have been more fulfilling. Readers without Christian or Jewish instruction will hold a much different opinion and may find this book more rewarding. However, my opinion is that anyone in first year journalism would have been able to execute a writing with equal skill.
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    Good but the names were too similar!

    Another insight into a historical event in an entertaining format. Not knowing much at all about David I found this informative and interesting and written very well. My only problem was not being be to place the characters easily as the names were too similar. I counted 13 on the list beginning in the letter A and could not remember them. I think using a more anglicized format would have been easier to follow.
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