Joseph of Arimathea is a rich member of the Sanhedrin, yet something is missing from his life. At the advice of his closest friend, he seeks the teacher Jesus to see if he holds the answers he seeks. Little does he know the events that are about to unfold.
A 6,000-word short story about the first Easter.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Faith Blum
- 10 08 2018
Bringing the story alive again
Title: Joseph of Arimathea
Written By: Sarah Holman
Narrated By: Stephen Floyd
Genre: Christian Biblical Fiction
Recommended Ages: Any
I haven't read much fiction about the resurrection, so I was interested to listen to this book. I am glad I did.
The characters were each unique in their own way. I especially liked Joseph, Cleopas, and Nicodemus. Stephen Floyd brought them to life very realistically as well. I loved the accents he used for some of the characters.
I loved how much Scripture was brought alive in this book in the dialogue. It was well done and the parts that were not from the Bible fit in with the time period.
Sarah brought in three of my favorite stories in the New Testament and wove them together in a way I had never thought of before and did it very well!
Overall Writing and Production Quality: 1/1
The story was well-written and the use of the Bible done well without it being all straight from the Bible. The production of the audiobook was well done, too. The narrator did a good job portraying each character as well as the narration.
This is a short story and audible says it is 36 minutes long, so it would have been hard to put down simply for that fact, but even though I knew roughly what the end of this story would be since I know my Bible, I still didn't want to stop listening. It helps that the narrator had a good voice that is easy to listen to.
If you are finding the Resurrection story to be stale, try listening to or reading this short story. It will help bring the story alive again.