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The Books of Enoch, The Book of Giants: The Enochian Library

1 Enoch, 2 Enoch, 3 Enoch, The Manichean and Aramaic Book of Giants, with Information on Watchers, Grigori, Angels and Enoch's Calendar
Narrated by: Dennis Logan
Length: 15 hrs and 16 mins
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The award-winning translations and commentary done by Joseph Lumpkin on The Books of Enoch and The Book of Giants: The Enochian Library containing 1 Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch), 2 Enoch (The Slavonic Book of Enoch), 3 Enoch (The Hebrew Book of Enoch), The Manichean and Aramaic versions of Book of Giants, with information and insight on the Watchers, Nephilim, Grigori, Giants, the Fallen Angels, Enoch's prophecies, and the Calendar of Enoch used in Daniel's prophecy, all in clear and easily understood language.

©2017 Joseph Lumpkin (P)2017 Joseph Lumpkin

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  • dee
  • 30-01-2019

amazing

my only nit pick is that the chapters being announced dont match the ones on the screen (maybe its meant to be like that). apart from that, you can see that there is so much effort made to cross reference all information and tie it all together. a must in my library!!

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  • Joe
  • 05-08-2019

pretty solid study.

this is a reading of multiple fragments of enochian texts with little interpretation, still great!

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  • Peter Capaldi
  • 16-07-2018

Not for me.

The echo that often occurs is annoying. The reader is ugh, annoying. The commentary is eh & I'd probably rather not have it. And the translation is weak & even often inaccurate.

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  • Steve Sever
  • 06-02-2019

Narrator is AWFUL!

This narrator is SO BAD we can't even hear the book! This guy is in the wrong business. Seriously AWFUL!

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  • Let’s Taco bout it
  • 20-09-2020

Buy the physical copy instead

My issues with this one were overwhelming. I couldn't even finish. My minor is in Biblical Studies and I've always been interested in this subject but the narration was unbearable. He sounds like he's trying way too hard to sound cool and edgy and the occasional echo effect he uses, especially as he reads chapter titles, made it too hard for me to take the audio seriously. Ad for the content, I loved the lengths that the author went to to present the complete book f Enoch. He draws from multiple texts from other cultures apart from the Jewish manuscripts from Qumran. The major issue is that the constant jumping from one text to another becomes confusing due to the audio format. You will he better off either pairing this with the physical counterpart or simply opting for the physical copy alone. This audio version simply doesn't work alone.

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  • GKelly1
  • 09-10-2019

Dennis Logan reader

This individual reading is the worst. I cant even listen to the audio book because he’s so over the top into his own voice. I dont get books to hear the reader listen to his own voice. I can’t follow the story or information with his inflections. The worst

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  • kodin
  • 06-12-2018

An interesting book, but not canon!

This book is a interesting read, but no Christian should take anything away. except as entertainment, or historical interest. This book is not inspired, or canon. And there is a lot of mixed information, about who wrote it. And which Enoch, the book refers to. But the safest way to know, this book is not inspired or canon. Is if it should have been, GOD would have made it to be in the Bible.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-08-2018

codex corrupted

every other Word codex corrupted I can't write a review otherwise but can't believe they put a book out with eco and half the book not uploaded correct

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  • Peace
  • 03-07-2019

once you get past the first few chapters ....

this is an excellent book just keep going the first part will throw you off a little bit it's a little hard to follow with the Kodak corrupted Kodak corrupted constantly repeating itself it seems but that does not continue throughout the entire book so I recommend you just keep going