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Into Captivity They Will Go

Audiobook
Fiction: Religious
Unabridged   11 hour(s)
Publication date: 10/01/2019

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Into Captivity They Will Go

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Audio CD ISBN:9781684575695
Digital Download ISBN:9781684575688

Summary

Set in rural Oklahoma, Into Captivity They Will Go tells the story of Caleb Gunter, a boy whose mother has convinced him he is the second coming of Jesus Christ and that together they are destined to lead the chosen into the Kingdom of Heaven.

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Product Description

Set in rural Oklahoma, Into Captivity They Will Go tells the story of Caleb Gunter, a boy whose mother has convinced him he is the second coming of Jesus Christ and that together they are destined to lead the chosen into the Kingdom of Heaven. Believing the Seven Seals detailed in Revelation have been opened, he and his mother flee their home to join a tongue-speaking evangelical church and to prepare for the end of the world. But after tragedy ensues, Caleb must rebuild his life without the only support he has ever known—his mother and the church. An exploration of familial bonds and extremist faith, this is a whirlwind bildungsroman that reveals the fragility of a child's identity. It is at once a study of guilt and redemption and a book of how shattered trust can lay the foundation for an entire life.

Reviews/Praise

"Noah Milligan commands this novel with expert instincts, a deep consideration for language, and with his feet planted firmly within a world both tragic and all too familiar." —Sheldon Lee Compton, author of The Same Terrible Storm

Author Bio

Born and raised in the Bible Belt, Noah Milligan is the author of the novel An Elegant Theory and the short story collection Five Hundred Poor. His work has been named a semifinalist for the Horatio Nelson Fiction Prize and a finalist for Foreword Review's 2016 Book of the Year.