This was a compelling story about Cain, Abel, Adam, Eve and the rest of the family. I liked how the story went backwards in time starting with Cain's imminent death and ending with Adam and Eve leaving the Garden of Eden. I also liked how David Maine stretched out the story line so that Cain's offering being rejected isn't followed immediately by his murdering Abel....Continua
You will be surprised by the way the usually known story of Cain and Abel is retold in this book. And there is a twist. There is a good reason why Cain killed his brother. He cannot be exonerated by his crime. But this crime could have been prevented. And by someone you would never expect....Continua
The story of Cain, Abel, and their mum and dad Adam and Eve. Goes backward through Cain's life. I preferred the same author's book about Noah ('The Flood'). By the time he gets to Paul of Tarsus I'll probably have tired of the genre.