1. The Tower of Geburah #3 Archives of Anthropos Series
    The Tower of Geburah #3 Archives of Anthropos Series
    John White
    InterVarsity Press / 1978 / Trade Paperback
    $13.99 Retail: $20.00 Save 30% ($6.01)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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  1. Age: 35-44
    Gender: male
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Awesome book for all ages
    December 30, 2011
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I was introduced to this series as a child. Now I have purchased them for my children and the adventure still enthralls me. John White creates an exciting world with a rich history that draws you into several adventures. My children have also started to read it themselves and lend it out to the neighbors as well.

    Highly recommended.
  2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    October 10, 2007
    I was introduced to this book by my older sister, who borrowed it from a friend. Prior to my reading it, my sister had related to me in her own words the events of the first chapter--and left me hanging. Even since then I was hungry to get my hands on it on my own account. ...What is Anthropos like? It is a little bit like Narnia, except there is more of an emphasis on items used as thematic items in the series, and... it seems more human, somehow. They have there own native population of people, or "Regenskind," children of the Regents of there own equivalent of the Garden of Eden... it isn't less wild or less natural than the atmosphere in Narnia, but it is wild in a different way... it's really difficult to explain unless you've experienced it for yourself. Two things I can tell you; the book caught my attention from the start, and some of its images--especially the cross/bridge across the chasm and the thought of wiping one's dirty, slimy, blood-and-forbidden-candy-stained hand of Jesus' (or Gall's) hand and it coming away pure and clean and tingling--keep haunting one beyond the reaches of reading-time. It's not like Tolkien; Tolkien's work is a class of its own. Perhaps there is a touch of Farmer Giles of Ham in it, and there is definitely strong influence (admitted by the author) from Narnia, but Anthropos is its own country... not a great country, not a country that you will necessarily hold up as a future standard for all other worldbuilding that you read, but a country that is worth the time it takes to enter.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 8, 2006
    My teacher read this book to my class this year (I'm in eighth grade). I really liked this book. I probably would have enjoyed it more if we didn't have to answer a page of questions after each chapter,do a written and an oral test and draw a title page for the book. It was an exciting book and I'm looking forward to reading the others in the series!!
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 10, 2006
    THIS IS THE BEST BOOK EVER! YOU HAVE TO READ IT! This series changed my life and made me love God so much more if you ever get the chance READ IT.
  5. 3 Stars Out Of 5
    September 24, 2002
    I didn't like it. I thought it was confusing and kinda odd in some points. I'm only in the 7th grade but kids opinions matter.
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