THE BOOK OF ENOCH IS AVAILABLE AT LAST FROM GOD IN A NUTSHELL!
This Flipbook edition of Enoch is an animated, interactive Ebook—and as such is greatly enhanced from your generic Ebook from Kindle or similar services. Atmospheric aesthetics, clickable links, background music, and beautifully animated page-turning complete with sound effects bring this book to life on digital screens beautifully and immersively. Making it as close to “the real thing” as current technology allows.
As such, Flipbooks offer more than a solid alternative to holding the hard copies of the book in the palm of your hands. They are an entirely new experience to be had for even those who already own physical copies, as there are things you can do with a Flipbook edition that you can’t do with a hard copy. Flipbooks are not merely a digital replacement for hard-copy books, they offer a whole new way to experience and engage with the material, and because of their digital format, are actually very conducive to fluid and efficient studying on the go, enabling the reader to access an entire library in the palm of their hands.
ABOUT THIS BOOK
The Flipbook edition of the book of Enoch draws on and incorporates visual elements (including an actual scan of a surviving leaf of a Greek manuscript of the book of Enoch) and cross-references its content with other books in existence, many of which are hard to find.
The recommended reading list by Andy McCracken, is especially helpful, —(and as a unique feature of this digital edition that will not be present in the hard copy editions) the recommended reading section is fully crosslinked, enabling the bibliophile or serious student to not merely learn of the existence of other books on the topic of Enoch and the ancient world, but instantly access them online.
This edition is vividly illustrated throughout with artworks commissioned for various editions of John Milton’s Paradise Lost over the centuries by iconic artists such as Gustav Dore and John Martin. Enoch and Milton’s epic poem are a pitch-perfect pairing and is something that—to our knowledge—has never been done before in this capacity if it all.
The ways in which the subject matter of these works are inextricably intertwined is so pronounced—both thematically and narratively—that we find ourselves at a loss for why this is so.
The book itself is also a unique presentation, heretofore never seen, in a number of practical ways that have been lovingly implemented with both the uninitiated reader and veteran scholars alike in mind. Formatted in giant print, with color-contrasted verse numbers and the addition of numerical “mile markers” if you will—that give the reader an easy visual indicator of their progress through the text, that also make the text easy to refer back to at a later date.
The text is presented in an illuminated manuscript-inspired aesthetic that is equal parts atmospheric and an homage to the timeless work itself and the legacy of Enoch, the man who according to the Bible itself, walked with God and never actually died.
This God In A Nutshell presentation of the Book of Enoch is not just a reprint of a classic work, but is a veritable feast for the senses, purposed towards not just sharing the text with the reader, but drawing the reader in and immersing them in the world of Enoch in ways they have likely never experienced before.
Also included in this volume is a forward by Trey Smith and an afterward by the book’s editor, Jacob Tyler, discussing the relevance of The Book of Enoch to our culture and civilization today.
You have heard Trey talk about The Book of Enoch for years. Now, for the first time, you can hold in your hand an official God In A Nutshell edition of this timeless work.
The definitive way to experience Flipbooks is through the .exe file download version, in which the interface and perks of Flipbooks shine the most. But for ease of access, your purchase will make a variety of digital files available, including an android APK version for smartphone and tablet users.
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