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The Nativity Story epub ebook

by Renee Raudman

The Nativity Story epub ebook

Author: Renee Raudman
Category: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2006)
ISBN: 1400103398
ISBN13: 978-1400103393
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 375
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Written by Angela Hunt. Narrated by Renée Raudman

Written by Angela Hunt. Narrated by Renée Raudman. Bestselling author Angela Hunt, who most recently wrote Magdalene, a historical fiction novel of the story of Mary Magdalene that was tied to The Da Vinci Code, now focuses on Mary, the mother of Jesus. She has adapted the screenplay for The Nativity Story into a powerful historical novel. Her moving novelization of this film tells the extraordinary tale of two common people, Mary and Joseph, a miraculous pregnancy, an arduous journey, and the history-defining birth of Jesus.

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I liked your characterization of the people in the book, but again listening to all the slurring of all "s" sounds took away from the book. ct/ServiceRenee RaudmanPosts. Renee Raudman, one of the top audiobook narrators in the business, teaches us how audiobooks are actually produced. 18 July 2014 ·. Thanks for the fun interview!

This Narrator: Renee Raudman. This Publisher: Tantor Audio. Based on the major motion picture, The Nativity Story is the very human, very dramatic, and uniquely inspiring saga of a journey of faith

This Narrator: Renee Raudman. Based on the major motion picture, The Nativity Story is the very human, very dramatic, and uniquely inspiring saga of a journey of faith. Best-selling author Angie Hunt, who most recently wrote Magdalene, a historical fiction novel of the story of Mary Magdalene that was tied to The Da Vinci Code movie, now focuses on Mary, the mother of Jesus. She has adapted the screenplay for The Nativity Story into a powerful, historical novel.

The Nativity Story audiobook, by Angela Hunt. Renée Raudman is an actor and Earphones Award–winning audiobook narrator. She has performed on film, television, radio, and on stage and can also be heard in several video games and hundreds of television and radio voice-overs.

Renee Raudman captures the personality of the Virgin Mary with the soft, melodious voice of an innocent maiden. Raudman's portrayal of Joseph as a man of principle, in love with his wife yet obedient to the Lord, is realistic as he adjusts to the fact his wife is pregnant before marriage. The characterization of Mary and Joseph's wonder at God's choice of them as parents is superb. Raudman gives this renowned couple such real faces and human emotions that the listener closely identifies with their struggles. Raudman's rendition of this familiar story is fresh and dynamic.

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Theresa Flores (Author), Renee Raudman (Narrator), christianaudio. com (Publisher) & 0 more. This is not an easy book to read, but it's a story that needs to be heard. The atrocities committed against this young girl are unbelievable. That she lived to tell about it is the miracle. It's so easy to bury our heads in the sand and think sexual slavery of our young girls (and boys) doesn't happen in our country, it happens everywhere but here. The facts are startling. The stories are heartbreaking. Awareness has to come about to protect our children.

Bestselling author Angela Hunt, who most recently wrote Magdalene, a historical fiction novel of the story of Mary Magdalene that was tied to The Da Vinci Code, now focuses on Mary, the mother of Jesus. She has adapted the screenplay for The Nativity Story into a powerful historical novel. Her moving novelization of this film tells the extraordinary tale of two common people, Mary and Joseph, a miraculous pregnancy, an arduous journey, and the history-defining birth of Jesus. Brought to life with an unprecedented attention to detail and commitment to historical accuracy, Hunt tells how from humble beginnings great things can come.
Reviews (7)
GYBYXOH
A nice way to start the Christmas season! Good read!

Fhois
This book is based on the movie (the opposite of a movie being based on a book) so I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the book actually has a better, lengthier and more accurate ending than the movie. Bravo!

Rollers from Abdun
The Nativity in book form. Just OK...not what I was hoping for...it was offered with a cd that gave the purchaser the impression it was the soundtract, which it was not, rather just various artists rendition of Christmas songs.

OCARO
It is a rare occasion that a film is better than the book it is based on. The book is almost always superior. However, a book that precedes a film by the same name is typically far better than a book that is based on the film. Only rarely does a textual adaptation of a film equal it. And so it was with little eagerness or expectation that I began to read The Nativity Story, the official novelization of the forthcoming film by the same name.

The film of The Nativity Story is set to hit theaters on Friday, December 1. It is billed as a faithful retelling of the biblical story of Jesus' birth. Of course, as with any film based on the Bible, there must be a good deal of artistic license and exploration. I hope to discuss this further after I have seen the film.

The book novelization of the film was handled by Angela Hunt, author of over one hundred books, most of which are historical or contemporary novels targeted at women. How well this book represents the film I will not be able to say until I have seen it. If it is a true adaptation I believe I will enjoy the film a great deal. I began reading this book with great skepticism but found myself enjoying it all the way until I had turned the final page. It will not win any Pulitzer Prizes, but is still well-written and enjoyable, even though it feels that perhaps it was rushed just a little bit. Hunt clearly dedicated a good deal of time to understanding Jesus' cultural context and these details add a fascinating dimension to a story we all know so well.

Just how closely the book adheres to the biblical story is a discussion that can wait until I review the movie. Suffice it to say, for now, that many scenes and characters in the book are fictitious, invented to fill in details or to create a suitable setting for the story. Details of the personalities of the real characters are also created or adapted as necessary. The story also bows to old church traditions at times, such as in the names of the wise men Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthasar. These names are traditional but can be traced only to the seventh century and are unlikely to be genuine. And yet all of the biblical details are present, I believe, with the rather disappointing exception of "the angel [and] a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among those with whom he is pleased!'"

When considering the story of the nativity and Jesus' early life, the majority of attention tends to be focused on Jesus and Mary with Joseph serving as only a bit player. I found it interesting that in this book Hunt devotes equal time to exploring both of Jesus' earthly parents. While the Bible says little about Joseph, Hunt fleshes out his character into what he probably was - a principled man who dearly loved the Lord. And yet this points to a concern about this type of book. The Bible says almost nothing about Joseph and it may not be expedient for us to remember him in a way that differs from Scripture. The same may be true of Mary, Elizabeth or any of the other characters. But the beauty of a book like this is that it can easily transport us to the time and culture of the characters, allowing us to understand more about the world they lived in than we are told in the Bible.

Regardless of these misgivings, I did enjoy this book a great deal and am awaiting the movie with eager anticipation. I am more than willing to admit that my love of the subject matter may bias me, but I would have little hesitation in recommending this book and even in passing it to unsaved friends or family. It is, after all, little more than the story of Jesus' birth with attention given to the historical setting and cultural context. The story takes no major missteps, but accurately and faithfully represents the biblical account. I hope the movie does the same.

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I read the book before watching the movie so I went to the film knowing a lot of what was going to happen. If I thought the movie made the familiar characters more human and real, the book does even more so. The book adds to the movie script and includes more scenes that help to develop the characters. Mary is seen as caught between childhood and becoming a married women. We feel her struggle as she has to leave her old life behind. The reader is taken to understand what she went through after the angel told her what was going to happen to her. Since in the Bible, we don't hear a lot about Joseph what is written here shows him as an understanding and devout man. He loves Mary and wants to take care of her and the baby even though it will not be his completely.

I enjoyed the research that went on towards the writing of this book. It's full of historical detail and knowledge. You get a feel of the time, from Mary and Joseph's perspective, from Herod's, and the Wise Men. I know there is much debate about when the Wise Men showed up or even how many there are. I just find it amazing that any persons would come, near or far, to see a baby being born. Imagine how the shepherds felt when they saw Jesus, their Messiah had finally come. I also liked the prologue, which showed a modern view on the Nativity which is what most people believe in and have become immune to.

The Christmas season should be remembered in the way Hunt portrays the first Christmas. Very simple, with lots of faith and belief. The book shows that these were real people who were struggling to understand why they were chosen, yet they believed without a doubt. We today should follow in their footsteps. Another powerful read from one of my favorite authors.

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