The Immortal


Read by JJ Dewey

(4.7 stars; 36 reviews)

Acclaimed by readers worldwide, this first installment in The Immortal series presents unique and mystical teachings in a way that captures the imagination. In a provocative synthesis of both fiction and non-fiction, this dramatic story draws from the author's many true life experiences to create an account of one man's encounter with a virtual immortal--John, the Beloved, the Revelator, an Apostle of Jesus, perhaps the most mysterious man in history.

Joseph, the main character, perseveres in his unfolding journey to obtain greater knowledge and understanding of the higher truths and ageless wisdom...and the mysteries of the ages. What is true and what is fiction? That is for the reader to determine.

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(0 stars)

Ben, thanks for the constructive comment. In response, we have re-mastered all audio files for The Immortal and re-launched it with fewer, longer episodes. Each episode now is a complete chapter. What this means is that the previous feed (the one with the short episodes) is going away and is ...

looking forward to next book!!! this one kept me to the end .😁


(5 stars)

GREAT GIFT OF WRITING


(5 stars)

THANK YOU FOR READING YOUR BOOK


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Overall I am enjoying the story but the short episodes, 3 to 5 minutes with an advertizement at the begining and the end, are very distracting. I'm currently listening to Chapter 8 and 2 of the parts have ended in the middle of a thought! If the complete chapters were ...


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Just finished the book. I generally like the beginning of the book. I think there are two things that could use improvement. The first is that the audio seems very monotone, nobody gets excited or happy or expresses any emotion during the reading. The second thing is that there aren't ...


(5 stars)

Excellent book and very well read. Thank you!!


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as interesting as the book is, i can't help but feel it's just a massive ploy to get you to buy the other books and make you feel poorly / ostracized if you don't. i mean i understand it all and such and am interested in reading it but compelling ...