This is a very enjoyable book which reshapes some of the basic tenets of the New Testament, it does this in a way which is respectful to the original but forces the reader to examine some of our basic beliefs. The born again christian crowd will condemn this book quickly but for people who enjoy a well paced controversial subject this is for you.
It was well written, well narrated, and a good story, but it did tend to go on and on and as proof, I listened to two disks out of order and never noticed until I unloaded the player. Instead of looking forward to the next disk, I was look forward to the last one.
This book takes you much deeper into the theory that Mary Magdalene was married to Jesus. By telling part of the story from her perspective, you get an indepth look at her feelings for her husband. The end was a little anti-climatic, but overall a great audio book!
With all the religious controversy with the DaVinci Code, this is yet another book that explores the possibility of another version of the Bible as we know it. I liked it a lot! It flowed nicely. There were times that I felt that it could be a non-fiction...I had to remind myself that it wasn't (or is it??) Very entertaining!
This novel changed my life.
While fictional there are implacable truths within the novel that resonated within me.
And even if it doesn't rock you religiously it's a good book!
Loved this book. Very thought provoking and interesting. The premise gives life to the biblical characters in this novel.
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