The Book of Revelations Graphic Novel brings the last story of the Bible to life & repeats what I see in my mind when I read it.

The Book Of Revelation

The Book of Revelations Graphic Novel brings the last story of the Bible to life & repeats what I see in my mind when I read it. I have read the last chapter of the Bible several times, a few of those times was late at night unto the early morning. I have read it from the beginning to the end and what I imagined in my mind is exactly what was put forth in this graphic novel, what a great depiction of the text it was.

While immersed in this novel and “great soon to be reality” I felt like I was the eyes of John and as always… I could not put this chapter of the Bible down. The images were dark and very graphic and just as they should be for one of the greatest stories ever told. I enjoyed all of the images in this novel but one of my favorites would have to be on page 169 where one of the seven Angels took John in the spirit to a soaring steep mountain and showed him the Holy City, Jerusalem, descending from God out of heaven, embodying the glory of God. What a magnificent site it was.

I would also agree 100% with Matt’s Dorff’s interview comment with Zondervan publishing “When readers see that last panel with John’s final “Amen” I think they’ll experience a sense of emotional fullness. For all the action and intensity and horror it contains, The Book of Revelation is in the end a profoundly emotional story.” I say amen to that!

The translation of the Bible in this novel was smooth and very easy to read and understand. The illustrations and adaption that was put fourth I believe was magnificent! I would highly recommend buying this book and sharing it with as many people as you can!

To read Matt’s interview, or get more insight on the creation of this book check out the facebook page for the book: www.facebook.com/revelationgraphicnovel

To purchase this book I recommend using amazon.com click here or on the photo below to take you there.

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