2 edition of Agnibhrata, the reluctant god found in the catalog.
Agnibhrata, the reluctant god
|Statement||by Bina Saksena.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 90/00003 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||416 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||416|
|LC Control Number||90900837|
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The Reluctant God book. Read 37 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lorna Padgett, an archeologist's daughter, has inherited her fath /5. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saksena, Bina, Agnibhrata, the reluctant god. Calcutta, India: Writers Workshop, © "The Reluctant God" follows two teens from vastly different worlds and time periods -- Lorna, an archaeologist's daughter from the '80s who loves helping with the digs and loathes the idea of returning to boarding school in England, and Ameni, son of a pharaoh in ancient Egypt who longs to have an adventure of his own but is stunned to learn that Egypt has a very different destiny in store for him/5(17).
"Service smoothly weaves fantasy with historical information, heightening the effect with an exciting plot." BOOKLIST Lorna Padgett, an archeologist's daughter, has inherited her father's love for ancient Egypt.
Ameni lived over four thousand years ago. The son of a Pharoah, he loved adventure but had no idea what destiny the gods were holding for him.4/5(2).
Movius switches back and forth between man and god, incompetence and omnipotence, pettiness and profundity. Despite its epic scope and philosophical underpinnings, exploring the farthest reaches of the imagination, "The Reluctant God" is an entertaining and eminently readable story of real people trying to cope with an unreal : Iuniverse.
One afternoon in February, Michael Movius, a thirty-six year old neurotic who had suffered a mild nervous breakdown and was recuperating at a small hospital in upstate New York, transported Edward. The Reluctant God Book Summary and Study Guide. Pamela F. Service Booklist Pamela F.
Service Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Reluctant God; Lorna Patterson is the daughter of a renowned archaeologist. Lorna doesn't fit in at her English boarding school, and she looks forward to the times when she can help her father on one. Service, Pamela. THE RELUCTANT GOD New York: Fawcett Juniper, ILRL ISBN The Author Bina Saksena, more commonly known to her friends as Twinkie, was born in New Delhi in She saw little of her city of birth, however, for when she was two years old, her father took the family abroad on his first diplomatic posting to Kobe, Japan.
When war broke out three years later, the Saksenas sailed home, only to leave after six months for Sydney, Australia. In the new non-fiction book, THE RELUCTANT EVANGELIST: Embrace Your Gifts and Fulfill God's Purpose, author Dave Kachele addresses the inner struggles that prevent believers from sharing the Gospel with confidence and peace.
The book is organized as a Day Journey for individuals and/or groups with the purposes of deepening relationships with. Above all this book moves fast, has plenty of action, erotic romance, epic battles and a vast and deep study of some of the brightest and most compelling minds of the 20th century who take on roles as truly sentient artificial personalities as the reluctant God evolves in his interaction with them and massive quantum computers in with which he Reviews: Other Books Related to The Reluctant Fundamentalist In interviews, Hamid has cited several important influences on The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
Like Hamid’s novel, Albert Camus’s novel, The Fall, published inabout a man whose fortunes rise and fall in Paris, consists of dramatic monologues, with the protagonist recalling his life. The book starts with Ameni, a "Supposedly Twin Of the Next Pharoh". He had allways loved adventures, but when his father, the Pharoh, died, he found this adventure wasn't going to be quite the same.
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3. Should we not have God’s compassion for the lost. The Book of Jonah could have ended quite nicely after chapter three: Everybody repented and lived happily ever after.
But there was still a problem with God’s reluctant missionary. In chapter one, God had Jonah’s mind. He knew the truth about God. His theology was straight. Despite its epic scope and philosophical underpinnings, exploring the farthest reaches of the imagination, "The Reluctant God" is an entertaining and eminently readable story of real people trying to cope with an unreal world.
Bible verses about Reluctance. Hebrews ESV / 4 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. For it is impossible, in the case of those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, and have shared in the Holy Spirit, and have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the age to come, and then have fallen away, to restore them again to repentance, since they are.
Throughout The Reluctant Fundamentalist, beginning on the first page, Hamid, the author, shows how people judge one another based on their clothing, their skin color, and their forms of racism shape Changez and his impressions of the United States. Although Changez’s friends at Princeton treat him respectfully, they’re aware that he is an outsider in the United States.
Free download or read online The Reluctant Fundamentalist pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Mohsin Hamid. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format.
The main characters of this fiction, contemporary story are Changez, Ã‰rica.Reluctant Gods IV - Aysel - The Prequel was written from reader requests to know how Aysel, Sevilen's great grandmother and mentor, became who she was in the first three books.
What shaped her to become the highly evolved, very unique, sensual, powerful, and sometimes whacky god she is in all the other books in the series?Movius switches back and forth between man and god, incompetence and omnipotence, pettiness and profundity.
Despite its epic scope and philosophical underpinnings, exploring the farthest reaches of the imagination, "The Reluctant God" is an entertaining and eminently readable story of real people trying to cope with an unreal world.