Noah’s wife and sons knew he was old but they assumed his claim of being over 600 years old was a joke. But when he begins hearing a disembodied voice claiming to be an unknown God who was about to destroy the world, they begin fearing for his sanity. When Noah insists on building a huge ship to save his family they are certain that advancing age is destroying his mind – at least that’s what they think until the mysterious strangers appear out of the desert and claim they have been sent to help Noah build his great ship. Finally accepting this strange situation, Noah’s sons agree to help build the ship, but as construction progresses relations between Noah’s family and their neighbors deteriorate into ugly confrontations and threats of violence. Then, as the ship nears completion, it begins to rain…and then the real problems start.
What people are saying...
"The author's plausible interpretation of the story of Noah, the ark and the flood captured me and I was mesmerized from start to finish. The characters, dialogue and settings were so realistic I was on the edge of my seat all the way through. The way the story was laid out and put together, the construction of the ark, was very believable and fascinating. The author used three ancient sources to base his book on. The book on Genesis in the Bible, the book of Noah and the Epic of Gilgamesh. Outstanding! I recommend this to any and all. WOW!"
- Sandra Padgetton 'Amazon Reader Review'