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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Excellent book, although not my favorite from Maier. I always lo

Excellent book, although not my favorite from Maier. I always love his writing, but I'd have to recommend More Than a Skeleton more highly.

posted by youthpastor247 on July 15, 2012

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4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

if you love Bible history then check this book out

When Jonathan and Shannon Weber archaeologist found a manuscript having no idea what they had found. But his find was something better that the "Dead Sea Scrolls" was this old manuscript the real thing or something someone had planted? I was found tucked into a book s...
When Jonathan and Shannon Weber archaeologist found a manuscript having no idea what they had found. But his find was something better that the "Dead Sea Scrolls" was this old manuscript the real thing or something someone had planted? I was found tucked into a book so how could it have been there.

The manuscript was stolen Jon is found to be in a deadly race to try and find it and to prove if it was read or not. He was so afraid that it may be lost now forever if he could not get his hands back on it. This could be end of his career, his reputation and maybe even his life. He is willing to risk all of these in his attempt to find out the truth about the manuscript.

This is an interesting book at little deep but plenty of suspense as Paul Maier tries to find out about the manuscript and the history behind it. I found that it was a little hard for me to get interested in it as I usually read a different type of fiction.

This book was sent to be my GLASS ROADS public relations free and for me to review as I see fit.

posted by mrsred49 on May 22, 2011

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  • Posted May 22, 2011

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    if you love Bible history then check this book out

    When Jonathan and Shannon Weber archaeologist found a manuscript having no idea what they had found. But his find was something better that the "Dead Sea Scrolls" was this old manuscript the real thing or something someone had planted? I was found tucked into a book so how could it have been there.

    The manuscript was stolen Jon is found to be in a deadly race to try and find it and to prove if it was read or not. He was so afraid that it may be lost now forever if he could not get his hands back on it. This could be end of his career, his reputation and maybe even his life. He is willing to risk all of these in his attempt to find out the truth about the manuscript.

    This is an interesting book at little deep but plenty of suspense as Paul Maier tries to find out about the manuscript and the history behind it. I found that it was a little hard for me to get interested in it as I usually read a different type of fiction.

    This book was sent to be my GLASS ROADS public relations free and for me to review as I see fit.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    Let me add

    My previous review, "disappointing", should have included that i applaud the author's effort to bring eastern, western, and Protestant Christianity together, as well as Islamic and Jewish leaders worldwide. He quotes from the Quran, prohibitions against suicide and killing of the innocent. I was impressed with the author's use of religious scholarship to promote religious tolerance and understanding. But i don't usually buy either religious or political books.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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