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Summary

Yeshua of Nazareth didn't die on the cross. That was a lie. 

Those who know the truth must fight to expose it, and a war started in Judea 2,000 years ago culminates in a final battle in the 21st century. 

If you enjoy the works of authors such as Dan Brown, S. J Parris, and Raymond Khoury, then you'll love this dark, action-packed religious conspiracy thriller.

©2020` Francis Chapman (P)2021 Francis Chapman

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Not what I was expecting

This was really different. Unlike anything I've heard before. Probably the Da Vinci Code is closest. I really enjoyed it though, and was kept gripped throughout. I'll be looking out for the sequel!

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Dark, edgy and thrilling

I really enjoyed this story, which had me gripped from beginning to end. It's quite unlike anything else out there, and the story is wonderfully told, even if it can be really quite dark in places.

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Absolutely terrible DO NOT WASTE A CREDIT

The publisher suggested this is a book for readers of Dan Brown et al. That's an insult to a genre. This book is terrible, very badly written and the narration is the worst I have experienced on Audible. Don't waste a credit on this rubbish.

I nearly gave up at chapter 6 but persevered in the hope it would improve, unfortunately it didn't.