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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2000
Availability: In Stock
Claudia is stunned by Asher Genzano's story. Who is he? A fanatic? A religious zealot? A raving lunatic? Or is he what he says he is-a 2000-year-old man cursed with immortality and on a holy mission to prevent a global cataclysm?
Her search for answers leads Claudia into the past where myth, history, and prophecy intertwine in ancient legends of the Wandering Jew, biblical warnings about the Antichrist, and eyewitness accounts of the Crucifixion, the Inquisition, the Holocaust. What Claudia learns challenges everything she believes . . . about life, love, and God.
Carrie2 Stars Out Of 5January 19, 2002CarrieI thought this book was going to be really good.... but it's very hard to get into and it really drags. I think Angela could have written it much better - because the whole idea of the book is great, I just don't think it was written well.
David Lavikoff5 Stars Out Of 5December 17, 2001David LavikoffI really wanted to give this book a 5 because it's a terrific read. I can't though because the first few chapters drag and we don't really get to see a whole lot of the main character for awhile. I've only finished about half the book though. Once I got passed the little problem I mentioned though, I totally got into it. I'm not familiar with much of Hunt's work, but she gives you tons of detail and she has really done her homework on all the the things she talks about. I can't wait to finish this book as soon as I find some time to. Definitely worth the money.
Kate Paige5 Stars Out Of 5September 1, 2000Kate PaigeHunt has the stuff of a Pat Conroy or a Frank Peretti. Vivid,layered characters; crisp dialog; and location descriptions that leave you sure you've been there. This book is a legal thriller, historical novel and travel adventure with a Godly message that's a knockout. I've bought several copies for friends and I recommend it highly. Why isn't there buzz about this great book?