An amazingly detailed and open look at the life of Judas Iscariot, Jesus, and his disciples. When I first heard Tosca was choosing to write this story, my respect for her grew immensely. People have taken this man, Judas Iscariot, and labeled him a traitor. The Bible says he took his own life in response to this betrayal. What does that mean for his eternal soul?
As the story progressed, I was fascinated and extremely impressed with Tosca's detail of historical information. Where did Judas come from? How did he meet Jesus? What was their relationship like? These questions are ones we can't really know when reading scripture. Tosca did an amazing job, like painting a picture, of answering these questions. It touched my heart to the very core. Even in the last 50 pages, I wasn't sure how the ending would be played out. With tears is my eyes, I am more than pleased with how Tosca concluded this story. Amazingly beautiful is the love of Christ Jesus!!