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review 2017-06-28 17:36
A thought-provoking analysis of the end of times and the Messianic Era

 

 

Daniel Friedmann’s Roadmap to the End of Days is a thought-provoking analysis of the end of times and the Messianic Era, controversial and misunderstood subjects. Mr. Friedmann dares his readers to consider his arguments with an open mind and confront their own mix of scientific and religious core values.

 

The book begins with the story of a small boy who comes home from Sunday school and retells to his dad the story of the Exodus and parting of the Red Sea. He describes Moses as a strong wrestler who God sent behind the enemy lines with a team of engineers. His mission was to rescue his people and lead them out of Egypt. Awestruck, the dad asked: “Is that really what the teacher taught you? The boy replied, “No, Dad. But if I told you the story the way the teacher did, you'd never believe it!” Mr. Friedmann uses this allegory to prepare readers as he presents his arguments in a simple and understandable way.

 

The book keeps the author's familiar rhetorical style. Each of its 10 well-developed and interesting chapters starts with an introduction to its topic, concludes with a summary of the collected data and their interpretation, and leaves the reader wondering: “Where will it lead me?” Friedmann skillfully reconciles and explains the Apocalyptic prophesies based on physics, history, the holy Bible, and the Torah (including its books of commentary), and he clarifies humanity's key role in its outcome. To help readers understand how God and humans differ in measuring time, he utilizes Einstein's theory of special relativity. I highly recommend the reader take the time to explore the extra documentation provided in the appendixes, glossary, and endnotes as it facilitates the understanding of this challenging topic.

 

To put his message in context., the author offers the following disclaimer on page 69: “The sources are clear: no one can know the exact form of future events, or their timin

 

g.” However, by recognizing the signs, we can prepare ourselves for fulfillment of the prophesies and reduce casualties.


In sum, as the author observes on p

age 85: “The purpose of our existence is to bring both ourselves and the world back to its original state of spiritual sensitivity to create a dwelling place for the Divine Presence in this world”

 

When the author contacted me to end

orse and review this book, I did not hesitate. Having reviewed his previous book, The Broken Gift, I knew about his earnest style and had no doubt he would provide food for thought in another high quality and well-documented masterpiece. The book exceeded my expectations, captivated me through the journey, and enlightened me regarding this fascinating topic.

 

I highly recommend this book to readers who dare to examine new possibilities and are able to examine them closely without personal bias.

 

DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided in exchange for this review. Reviews expressed are solely those of the reviewer. No compensation was received for this review.

 

 

 

 

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review 2016-07-01 20:44
Review: The Darkest Flame
The Darkest Flame (Roadmap to Your Heart Book 1) - Christina Lee

DNF at 25%.

 

Gawd, the writing was just so weird! The descriptions and dialogue:

 

"One last glance, his gaze fueled with molten heat. I nearly melted to the ground in a pile of my own come."

 

Really? Melt in a pile of come??

 

"If only I could get him out of my brain."

 

I would think head or mind would be a better word fit.

 

“Did you not feel my raging hard-on stroking against your groin?”
Smoke momentarily shut his eyes. His hands bunched into fists as if to get a hold of himself. His eyelashes were like golden wings that cast faint shadows on his cheekbones.


I like dirty talk, alright, but this was just comical in my opinion. Erotic (?) dirty talk romanticized with "golden eyelashes?

 

“You a top or a bottom?” I asked.
A dark look crossed over his features. “A top, man. Always a top. You got a problem with that?”
Damn, there was definitely a story there somewhere. “No problem here,” I said, shrugging. “I would never complain about getting it on with someone as hot as you.”


So, what? You're just fine with whatever because he's so hot? *rolls eyes* Hotness trumps preference?

 

"As the clocked ticked past midnight"


*wince* Annoying typo!

 

"my cock lying hard against my thigh."


To the best of my knowledge a hard cock does not lie against a thigh when hard... Semi yes, hard no.

 

Gah! I can't take anymore of this writing! Bleh.

 

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text 2016-06-29 20:41
I've read 24% The Darkest Flame
The Darkest Flame (Roadmap to Your Heart Book 1) - Christina Lee

"...my cock was lying hard against my thigh."

 

To the best of my knowledge, a cock does not lie against a thigh when hard...

 

 

You get what I'm sayin'?

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text 2016-06-29 20:18
I've read 20% of The Darkest Flame
The Darkest Flame (Roadmap to Your Heart Book 1) - Christina Lee

"Did you not feel my raging hard-on stroking against your groin?"

 

Who says that?? Is that a new pick-me-up line??

 

 

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text 2016-06-29 20:13
I've read 19% of The Darkest Flame
The Darkest Flame (Roadmap to Your Heart Book 1) - Christina Lee

"If I only I could get him out of my brain."

 

Shouldn't it be "head" or "mind"? This book has so many little "faults" like this.

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