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Three Wise Cats: A Christmas Story

Three Wise Cats: A Christmas Story


Three Wise Cats: A Christmas Story

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3 horas
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2005
ISBN:
9781593164898
Formato:
Audiolivro

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Three Wise Cats is an inspirational tale about three cats and their journey to witness the first Christmas.

The old Siamese Ptolemy was alongside his master when a star of unusual brightness was seen in the heavens, indicating an event of momentous significance, and leading to a great place and fulfill the prophecy: The three shall find the one. The three are, Abishag - a sturdy, reliable cat who has never shirked her duty; Kezia - a beautiful young tabby, delicate, a bit vain, but of good heart; and Ira - taller and stronger than the others, with a temper.

Accompanying them is a fourth traveler - the rat, Asmodeus, who can hear of no glorious thing without wanting to spoil it. Together, the unlikely band will cover many miles, and have many dangerous adventures. And finally they will come to a far land, where the star bends close to the earth over a humble stable.

©2009 Harold Konstantelos, Terry Jenkins-Brady; (P)2009 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.

Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2005
ISBN:
9781593164898
Formato:
Audiolivro


Sobre o autor

Harold M. Konstantelos is the son of Greek immigrants, and proud of his heritage. He lives with his wife (and three cats). Terri Jenkins-Brady lives with her husband (and three cats).  

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    This is a charming re-write of the story of the wise men. In this rendition, they are accompanied by cats. There were two major problems I saw. The first is the timing of the wise men's visit as Jesus was likely a couple of years old by the time they found the Messiah. The second had to do with the lands from which the wise men came. The Biblical narrative specifies that they came from the East, but in this rendition they appeared to come from the West -- Athens and Alexandria. In spite of its flaws, this is a book that I plan to keep for future re-reading.