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derrickshain
Oct 23
Rating:   10
Great podcast

It was great to listen to Andrew and various talks about spiritual healing that I can really relate to. Looking forward to listening to more!

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osukuryokan
Oct 5
Rating:   10
Sophia

Andrew Rowe’s new podcast series, Sophia offers a refreshing and intelligent spiritual journey into topics that offer the listener to take a critical look inside of their own connection to others and a realm beyond what we typically talk about, I am looking forward to more!

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Kim Loves to read
Jul 19 '13
Rating:   10
Great book

Awesome story couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen next, I hope he adds more books to this set :)

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happy brit in the usa
Feb 28 '13
Rating:   4
Don't mix

2 things in life don't mix and shouldn't be forced to mix...the bible and a vampire story.

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Alisadawn9768
Feb 5 '13
Rating:   10
Great story

This was a great vampire story.....got to learn how an adolescent would deal with vampirism.

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sosomoto
Nov 21 '12
Rating:   2
update after finishing...

I unfortunately wrote the previous review after listening to only about one third of the story... oh my god, was I off base. I kept expecting something to happen... All I got was a sermon disguised as a story. If you're interested in evangelization, this podcast is for you. The characters remain as 2 dimensional as they were in the beginning (a normal expectation in the first 3 to 6 episodes, not so by 27) and I was left feeling like I'd watched a 1970's After School Special aimed at Christians (no slam on Christians). It was awkward and I often felt myself cringing in reaction to his dialogue and descriptions, knowing I'd written a somewhat favorable review for the story... yet I had to finish, and I'm glad I did. Why? Because the author goes on to explain in an end note that this was written in response to The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, which McClanahan describes as a heavy handed, over the top mess of a novel. I believe he even refers to Atwood's writing as 'ham-fisted.' I was stunned. This cat is delusional. Sophia is the definition of a heavy handed, underwhelming mess. Total waste of time. I will never ever write a review until I am completely finished listening to the story... sorry the initial review was misleading.

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