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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1994
Availability: In Stock
Series: Seven Sleepers
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CaseyMissouriAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Easy and enjoyable reading for it's age group.December 30, 2011CaseyMissouriAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I've read several books in this series, and found them enjoyable. They are thought provoking, with the character of Goel coming in at times when one would look toward God for guidance. Each book is a separate adventure, so once all the sleepers have been awakened the books can be read out of order if necessary.
Christine M. Irvin3 Stars Out Of 5Christian Sci-FiJune 8, 2011Christine M. IrvinQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2Flight of the Eagles, written by Gilbert L. Morris, is the first book is a 10-book Christian sci-fi series.
This first book sets the tone and storyline for the rest of the series. Seven people, the Sleepers, find themselves waking up to a strange new world 50 years after being placed inside special capsules to sustain them while they sleep. They have slept through a nuclear war and the world they wake up to totally is different from the one they remember.
Josh is the first Sleeper to awaken and it is his task to find the other six and release them from their capsules. Then, the Seven are to join with Goel to battle the wicked priests of the Sanhedrin in an effort to save the world.
Not only must Josh survive the battle to save the world, he must also survive the inner battle he has with himself when he loses faith and hope in his mission and the future.
A few black-and-white pencil sketched illustrations are scattered throughout the text.
What I Like: I like science fiction, especially books in a series. There are 10 books in this series, so there is plenty to read.
What I Dislike: Unfortunately, this first book isn't very well written, so I would not be inclined to read any more books in the series.
There are many inconsistencies in storyline. For instance, when the Sleepers wake up after 50 years, you would think they would be all cramped up from not moving for so long. But, not one of them seems to have any problems with that particular issue.
Also, when they wake up, they are hungry. One of the Sleepers, Sarah, wants steak and potatoes to eat. The land they wake up to is desolate and barren, yet, somehow, the survivors manage to find steak and potatoes to eat. Where did it come from?
And, when Sarah wakes up, she isn't a bit curious as to why things are so different from the way they had been 50 years ago. She doesn't ask any questions at all.
And, I could go on and on. There are just so many things about the storyline that don't ring true or don't make sense.
Overall Rating: Ho hum.
Age Appeal: Young adults.
Andrew Miller5 Stars Out Of 5August 25, 2007Andrew MillerThis is a great book. I have read all the Seven Sleepers Books and I am starting the Lost Chronicles and all of them are great!
Sara5 Stars Out Of 5April 8, 2003SaraBest book in the world! I am already on Book 8 for the Seven Sleeper books! If you like the Seven Sleeper books, you'll like The Lost Chronicles of the Seven Sleepers. Those are just as good!
Abby5 Stars Out Of 5March 6, 2003AbbyI think this is a great book for everyone in the family. I strongly recommend this book to anyone looking for a great adventure.
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