Fallen

Fallen

By David Maine; Simon Vance (Read by)

Tantor Media Inc, Compact Disc, 9781400131822

Publication Date: September 1, 2005

Description
A provocative epic of a story we know so well-or do we? Once expelled from the Garden, Adam and Eve had to find their way past recriminations and bitterness to build a new life in a harsh land. In Fallen, David Maine has drawn a convincing, enthralling portrait of a family-one driven (and riven) by familiar passions and jealousies. The result is a staggering achievement an intimate, hilarious, and utterly original telling of temptation and murder and of exile and loss. Praise for The Preservationist: "Inventive re-imagining of the Biblical flood tale for a 21 st-century audience." - People "An elegant, inventive book... that] envisions the events in Noah's life with awe and realism." - The New York Times "A brilliant, kaleidoscopic analysis of the situation...this debut is a winner." - Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Author David Maine brings motive and inner dialogue to the story, and narrator Simon Vance brings those elements alive." AudioFile Magazine.


About the Author
David Maine was born in 1963 and grew up in Farmington, Connecticut. He attended Oberlin College and the University of Arizona and has worked in the mental-health systems of Massachusetts and Arizona. He has taught English in Morocco and Pakistan, and since 1998 has lived in Lahore, Pakistan, with his wife, novelist Uzma Aslam Khan. He is the author of books including "Monster, 1959 "and "The Book of Samson."

Simon Vance is an award-winning actor and an AudioFile Golden Voice with over forty Earphones Awards. He has won thirteen prestigious Audie Awards and was Booklist's very first Voice of Choice in 2008. He has narrated more than eight hundred audiobooks over almost thirty years, beginning when he was a radio newsreader for the BBC in London.


Praise For Fallen

"Author David Maine brings motive and inner dialogue to the story, and narrator Simon Vance brings those elements alive, from Cain's rage at the God who cast his parents from Eden and his regret at his murder of Abel, to Eve's fears during the first childbirth and Abel's and Adam's faithful love of God."---AudioFile