The premise of this series (divided into two series, The Amazing Tales of Max and Liz and Epic Order of the Seven, although they are really the same series) had me interested from the beginning. A team of anthropomorphic animals become God's envoys through history, interacting with biblical figures and others from more recent history to witness and influence great moments in His plan. This introductory book is a bit different from the rest, largely focusing on the fantasy plot of the animals' lives rather than the biblical and historical aspects that the animals interact with, and it's really only the beginning of the story. Later on, "The Roman, the Twelve, and the King" focuses on the life of Jesus as well as the composition of Handel's oratorio "Messiah", and does a very good job of bringing Jesus to life.
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