Eye Witness (Book four): Unknown Godby Robert James Luedke
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Just when it appeared forensic Archeologist, Dr. Terry Harper, is safely back on U.S. soil, he's assassinated by a sniper's bullet. Meanwhile, back in the first century, the Apostle Paul has been stoned to death in the village of Lystra. It appears the tale of the eyewitness has come to an end...if not for power and mystery of The Unknown God!
In this fourth book of the award-winning Eye Witness graphic novel series, Harper's allies make one final attempt to reveal to the world the existence of the Gospel of Joseph of Arimathea, while Harper himself become an unwitting witness to the first century trial of the Apostle Paul by the Roman Senate.
Unknown God, takes the reader through a full color, fully illustrated roller-coaster ride which features the intertwining of a modern day action-thriller with an adaptation of the Book of Acts. In this final volume of The Eye Witness series, both Dr. Harper and the reader will finally learn the reason why (and how) he's been chosen to become a modern day eyewitness to events that occurred 2,000 years in the past.
Winner in the category of Graphic Novels at the 2010 Best Book Awards, (sponsored by USAbooknews.com) and a finalist in the catagory of Young Adult Fiction in the Christian Small Press Publisher Awards.
Meet the Author
Award winning graphic novelist, Robert James Luedke has been involved in one way or another in the comic/graphic novel industry since 1989. From 2002 through 2010, he created the Eye Witness series of graphic novels, as his way of presenting the Gospels stories to young adult readers in a way that is both appealing and approachable.
His goal with the series, is to entertain while also enlightening readers by combining the spiritual with the dramatic and the historical. Luedke's hope is, that this series will not only appeal to Christians, but more so to those who may not be church goers or have never even picked up a Bible!
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This is very difficult to read on a nook color. Beware this is in comic book format.