Quest for the Nail Prints

Quest for the Nail Prints

by Don Furr

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BN ID: 2940016166223
Publisher: Nail Prints Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/31/2012
Series: The Quest Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 948 KB

About the Author

Don is an accomplished actor and playwright who
owns and operates a major exhibit services company.
Don and his wife reside in Memphis, TN. He is a member of First Baptist Church, Lakeland, TN

and time travel is his passion!

Don’s 1981 Delorean is a customized replica of the “Back to the Future” car from the movie by the same name, and is available for trade shows, store events, and conventions nation wide.

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Quest for the Nail Prints 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
ErikaReadingBooks on LibraryThing 22 days ago
What would you do if you became an accidental time traveler? Better yet, what would you do if you were on a trip to ¿the holy land¿ and somehow ended up back in the year 33 A.D. just days before Christ¿s crucifixion was about to happen? I don¿t know about you, but this scenario seems so out there that I can¿t even fathom what my response would be if this were to happen. Luckily, Don Furr, has come up with some possibilities for me. The story centers around three people ¿ a doctor, a pastor, and a professor - who end up back in Jesus¿ day and each one of them have very different but realistic responses to their situation. Paul wants to stop the crucifixion from happening all together, while Elizabeth wants to take in as much as the events and her time with Jesus as possible, and Van goes on a mission to steal some scrolls and denies as much as possible what is happening all around him.One of my favorite scenes from Quest for the Nail Prints is when Elizabeth and Paul get to have some one-on-one time with Jesus for the first time. They hug, and then He tells them ¿You are why I am here.¿ ¿ahh, yeah, this book is definitely somewhat of a tear jerker! It¿s a good book that is filled with lots of love and wonderful moments of beauty. At the end of the story each of the characters learn a lesson and we as readers get to learn why they were sent back in time and find out the importance of that hole that is punched right through all the pages. Want to know why? Well, I¿m not going to spoil it for you, so you¿ll just have to read it yourself! Pick this book up if you want something to read with a unique point of view, or if you just want to spend a little extra time with Jesus.
skstiles612 on LibraryThing 22 days ago
Never have I read a story that reached inside and squeezed my very soul. Through this book the reader travels back in time with the three main characters. They travel back to a time when Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem to fulfill the role his heavenly father set before him. One thing that touched me so much was the human side to Jesus. We know him as God¿s son and therefore rarely think of him as having the same quirks and emotions that we as humans have. The fact that the author has him roll his eyes or look disdainfully at someone and their remark made him seem so much closer. I cried through so much of this book. The emotion it brings from deep within your soul is makes our walk with Christ that much more important. Through the eyes of Paul, Elizabeth and the Professor we see within ourselves our own shortcomings. We see through their eyes God¿s love for them and for us. This is a book you will want to read over and over again. It is also a book you will want to recommend to everyone around you. I don¿t think five stars is enough to tell you how much I have enjoyed and feel blessed to have read this book. May God continue to use this book to his glory.
LAWonder More than 1 year ago
'Quest for the Nail Prints' was a very-well written novel, mixing contemporary with historical Sci-Fi.   The story mainly centers around three individuals' 10425757experiences - Elizabeth (a physician),   Dr. Van Eaton (a Professor of religious history), and Paul (a pastor).  Beginning as total strangers, their lives are "tossed together" through a miraculous turn of events.  What began as a venture to Israel, through various reasons, sends them into a Sci-Fi escapade. Somehow each knew they were bound by a secret nobody else would believe - if they even survived. Would any of them ever return to their "real" lives? What would become of the skeptical Dr. Van Eaton? ....Every story must have at least one obstacle.  This story has several. This is a fast paced tale with a few unexpected twists.  Although not totally correct as far as biblical points go, it is close enough to add to the adventure enveloping the reader into the situations.  It is at times, annoying, frustrating, tender, emotional, exciting, enraging, fearful, and sentimental.  It never loses the reader's interest and leads into the next part of the series very cleverly. This is especially written with Christians in mind. However, I feel many non-Christians would enjoy it as well. It did lack some energy - or something. It was a great book yet some slight thing was missing. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it but it seemed to die too quickly at the end leaving many questions in the readers mind. It is a great story to fit in with the Christmas Season. I feel the title was okay but could have been worded a little better . I do think the cover was a stroke of genius! It was very creative. I feel this book has earned a Four and a Half Stars rating.  I was sent this book for on honest book review, of which I have given.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book takes you into Jesus' final week and encourages you to take a harder look at what it must have been like for our Savior. It was hard to read (emotionally) as it takes you through those cataclysmic events. I realized anew it was my nails that pierced His flesh. I thank God for sending His Son to die for me. Highly fictional basis (time travel) but completely enjoyable amd a great reminder of His abiding love and sacrifice for mankind.
chrisGA More than 1 year ago
First of all, a book with a hole drilled through it from front cover to back does certainly catch one’s eye. That they represent the nails driven through the hands of Jesus lets one know that this book will be special. Three ordinary people, a pastor, a believing doctor, and an agnostic professor, take a wrong turn in Jerusalem on a trip to the Holy Land and end up back in time to the last week of Jesus’ life. So many questions arise from this scenario. What would it like to be face to face and physically embraced by Jesus and hear Him call me by name? As the author expresses this thought: “How is it possible I am in the presence of the living, breathing Son of God. . . . . . . .the human embodiment of the God of the universe”? Paul and Elizabeth sit with the disciples as Jesus speaks, and yet realizing that they were in the peculiar position of having more insight into what Jesus was saying and what was happening than the disciples themselves since the time travelers knew what would happen next. They marveled at the blasé boredom on the faces of some in the crowd and the way Jesus’ words seemed to fly over the heads of even His closest friends. Then the big issue, if you know that someone you love will be betrayed and murdered, what would you do to stop it? Or should you just stay on the sidelines and watch? The professor’s first century experience is completely different. He ignores the testimony of his own eyes even after he is the recipient of a miracle. He blindly follows his own path of greed and self-interest, resolutely disregarding any sense of morality in his actions. Why was he sent back to this place in time? Will he ever see Jesus for who He is? So many questions are raised: what does Jesus dream? What if Jesus had chosen the 21st century to have been born—would things have been different? The story is very readable and engaging with an intriguing premise. Like Leon, Liz and Paul, we are unsure of how they got there and why. The author expresses it this way: “Three lone threads in a tapestry without a clue as to the magnificent pattern God was weaving.” Like Liz and Paul, we are privileged to hear Jesus speak to us with all the insight available to us as Post-Resurrection People. How amazing it would be to be in their shoes! I received this book in a giveaway fbut the thoughts expressed are solely mine.
Fitzysmom More than 1 year ago
From the moment you pick this book up you know there is something different about it. For starters there is a hole completely through it. One other thing that stands out is that it is Christian fiction but from the sci-fi genre. Yes there are other Christian sci-fi books, but in general they are few and far between. I am not personally drawn to science fiction but my book clubs were asked to read and comment on this book so I obliged. I am grateful that I complied. The story begins with three ordinary people from different walks of life. For different reasons they are each traveling to Israel. Through a series of events that are written in a manner that make them feel plausible, they are thrust back in time to the beginning of Holy Week. Make that the original Holy Week where Christ is making his way through the streets of Jerusalem. The story continues through Holy Week and we get an up close and personal view through the eyes of our three travelers. I was amazed at how drawn in to the story I was. Don did a great job of staying accurate to scripture while adding in these new characters. The further you get into the book the more poignant that nail hole becomes. I’ve always thought it would be interesting to have been there. What would my reaction have been like? Would I have stayed to the bitter end or would I run and hide in fear? Expect to ponder these questions and more as you read this very intriguing tale. Quest is the first book in the series and will be followed up by Peter’s Quest. I’m looking forward to reading it just so I can find out more about the three travelers and how all of this impacted them when they returned to their families.
Dr-Ley More than 1 year ago
Formal Book Review Title: Quest for the Nail Prints Author: Don Furr I had mixed emotions as I began to write this review. I was excited because of how much I enjoyed the book, but concerned because it was going to be very difficult to explain just how good it is. As a Christian Historian I am accustomed to reading about the early years of the church, the era of the Apostles, and the world that surrounded it. However, it is obvious I have missed out by not reading fictional history. I was surprised by the change in environment and it was , to me, a twist worthy of Chubby Checker. I could never have imagined the excitement (and just all out fun) waiting for me when I started reading this book. I'm seldom surprised, but this marvelous, master-crafted work did so – even when I thought I knew what I was about to read. No matter how familiar one is with the Gospel account, reading this imaginative and insightful work can only help the reader see this world changing event more clearly and vividly. If only I would have had a New Testament professor with such imagination and uncanny ability to take a world so distant and make it so interesting. From the cover of the book all the way through the last page, the author rewards the reader for taking time to read the work. It is absolutely believable with some of the best character development I have been privy to experience. Almost immediately I felt as though I knew and understood each character. I felt more like a silent observer in an adventure of a lifetime – even wanting to add my two cents worth at times. (I did indeed find myself talking to the characters a few times.) When a book can elicit that type of emotion and interaction, it is one that has to be at the top of anyone's must read, must share, must talk about list. Dr Ley Director Scripture Institute
Khamneithang More than 1 year ago
Since no man knows the future, who can tell him what is to come? || Ecclesiastes 8:7 If you’ve ever dreamt of spending time with Jesus during his earthly journey, this forceful and ultimately gut-wrenching thriller will, perhaps, be the nearest you’ll ever come to. At first glance I was deeply intrigued, not because it was something which I was looking for, but for the unusual title and the setting of the story. I was led to presume that it would be a boring fare, with undecipherable scenes and jargons employed to finish the product that it is. But in the end, I was left wanting for more… Quest for the Nail Prints is a truly new concept of story-telling which is both engaging, edifying and enriching. Though I have shied away from reading secular novels with time-traveling as a theme, Don Furr’s unique style and narrative, coupled with the setting of the plot from known historical documents and Bible scriptures we are familiar with makes it an interesting and fascinating read. The book is set in the final days of the life of Jesus Christ and centers around three twenty-first century travelers who are transported back in time to Jerusalem on the first Palm Sunday where they come face to face with the Nazarene Jesus – a young female doctor, a professor of religious studies and a pastor. Quest for the Nail Prints is the story of how their lives intertwined and how they were changed when they encountered Jesus Christ. Equally unique, if not more, was the hole shown on the cover. It was punched right through to the back cover. The book and its unique story is mostly likely to fill that gaping hole in your life. Personally, Quest for the Nail Prints is a life-changing book which has made me to sit up and look at the Master as the bridge between my head and my heart.
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richardblake More than 1 year ago
"Quest for the Nail Prints" is a time travel novel with a supernatural intervention in the lives of the three protagonists, Elizabeth Stewart, a resident physician, and Pastor Paul Ryann, both from Memphis, and Professor Leonardo Van Eaton from George Town University. Unrelated Circumstances bring the three together on an International air flight going to Jerusalem. The professor found himself stranded in Jerusalem when his connecting flight for India was canceled. The physician's assignment was not scheduled to begin for three days. Paul Ryann, the minister, was fulfilling a lifetime dream of visiting the Holy land. The three joined signed up for a local bus tour for a day of sight seeing in the city of Jerusalem. At the first scenic stop the bus made, Ryann witnessed a criminal act. Soon the trio found themselves in life threatening danger. Suddenly they discovered they were in the midst of a mysterious experience taking them back in time to a Jerusalem at the beginning of Passion Week. They became players with the twelve apostles in the upper room, participating in the last supper with Jesus. The story that follows takes Dr. Stewart and Pastor Ryann on a spiritual journey with Jesus for the entire Passion Week right up to Calvary. Professor Van Eaton ventures out on an adventure that leads him in another direction. Reading "Quest for the Nail Prints" became a memorable experience for me. The teachings of Jesus took on a new meaning as the Holy Spirit used Don Furr to bring his Words to the page in a new way as I was transported back in time to follow Jesus and the disciples on the final days leading to Golgotha and the Crucifixion. I found that although I was transfixed by the story line, and Furr's writing I had to take time outs for assimilation and reflection on the purpose behind the message of cross. This is a book that will long linger in my thoughts in a way that will have an impact on my reading of the scriptures in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. "Quest for the Nail Prints" is an unusual time travel novel with a focus on melding plot, character development, theme, and suspense. Don Furr has a remarkable gift for story telling and riveting writing that leads to a supernatural encounter with Jesus. I received a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes with no obligation to post a positive review. As reviewed for Midwest Book Review.
CBH More than 1 year ago
The author describes his book, "A fictitious account of an actual event". This fictitious account is of the times of Jesus and actually has the reader traveling with Jesus, his disciples, his followers, and those that oppose Him towards the end of the last three years of His life. "Quest" begins as it introduces us to Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, a young hospital resident who worked on emergency flights as well as in the hospital; Professor Leonardo Van Eaton, an elderly professor, and Reverend Paul Ryann who pastored a church in Memphis. Rev. Ryann is married to Laura and the two of them have a very good life together. When the possibility of a trip to Israel becomes a possibility for Paul, he is not sure if the circumstances would permit such a trip around the Easter holiday but he has always dreamed of going there much of his life. At the same time, Dr. Stewart and Professor Van Eaton also had plans to travel, Dr. Stewart to Israel and the professor to New Delhi, but the three of them had never met and were thrown together by circumstances while traveling to almost the same destination. While traveling on the same airplane, the three met and many discussions occurred with only the professor being the doubtful one about faith. Paul and Elizabeth were of the same mindset but Van Eaton always had a hard time being a believer. When the professor's flight to New Delhi was cancelled, he decided, reluctantly, to join the others on a tour of Israel. Paul and Elizabeth became close friends especially since their beliefs were similar but not a close romantic type friendship, just enjoying each other seeing what they always had dreamed of seeing. The professor joined them on the tour also since he had nothing else to do. After finishing the tour, they decided to walk around to see more of the area. While walking they thought they heard a call of distress from down an alley so Paul thought they better investigate. They found a young woman being attacked by two soldiers at the end of the alley and, knowing they were caught, the soldiers started chasing the group. No matter where the trio went the soldiers were close behind since they knew the city and the trio had no idea where they were. Suddenly the three were traveling through very old buildings, falling through floors and dropping into the cellars, and seemingly lost with no direction known to be safe. This unknown area led them into what eventually was thought to be "time travel" that took them back to the day's when Jesus roamed the earth. Everything was different, clothing, the people them selves, women not being prominent, old dirt roads, and buildings that were so very crudely built. It took them some time to realize where they were and what they were seeing, but all along not knowing why or how they were there in the times of Jesus. As I read this excellent book I learned so much about those times, mostly through the biblical readings and phrases that became a prominent part of the book. Yes, I have read the bible but the way the author presented those times shined great light on the disciples, the followers of Jesus, the way people lived and died, the lack of law enforcement, the crude ways of cooking and eating, what they ate, how they traveled, and so much more that only your reading of "Quest for the Nails" would allow you to grasp the fullness of Don Furr's showing and telling of those times. While the term "you can't put it down" has become too widely used, t
VicG More than 1 year ago
I had the privilege of interviewing Don Furr, on our radio show "Kingdom Highlights", for his new book, "Quest For The Nail Prints" Book One in the Quest series published by Sheaf House. I have always enjoyed a really good time travel adventure. I find, though, that it takes a really good author to write such a story and these authors are hard to come by. Let me say that Don Furr has written a really good time travel adventure and Mr. Furr is an exceptional author. Three individuals, A doctor, a religious studies professor, and a preacher, meet on the long plane ride to Israel. They all meet and are taking a tour of the old city when they witness a murder and are fleeing for their lives. The trio take refuge in a room where they fall into a well of time and are transported back to A.D. 33 on Palm Sunday where they actually witness the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Two of them are believers in Jesus and set out to follow Him in His last week on Earth while the other follows his own path and thus begins the title quest. "Quest For The Nail Prints" has it all: time travel, adventure, suspense and romance, though you will have to read the book to really understand what I mean. I told Mr. Furr that this book should be sub-titled, "a mini-gospel according to Don" because it takes place with the events of Holy Week, the last week of Jesus leading up to His Crucifixion. At various moments all three time travelers lives are in danger as they flee from murders, religious leaders and the Roman army. Don Furr has crafted his story so that Jesus is the primary character with the time travelers focused on Him. Mr. Furr is such a good writer that you feel as though you are right there in 33A.D. and you get caught up in the immediacy of the events. I guarantee that you will want to go and read the Bible accounts in the Gospels to see just what Mr. Furr accomplished. I also believe that you will draw closer to Jesus no matter what you believe about Him. "Quest For The Nail Prints" is a lot of fun, has chilling moments when we realize our true relationship with Jesus and makes us all participants in His life. I recommend this book highly and am looking forward to the next book in the series. If you missed the interview for "Quest For The Nail Prints" and would like to listen to it and/or other interviews as well please go to Kingdom Highlights where it is available On Demand. To listen to 24 Christian music please visit our internet radio station Kingdom Airwaves Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Sheaf House. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
julsMN More than 1 year ago
This is Sheaf House Publishers' second time-travel book. Its first, Seasons in the Mist by Deb Kinnard, is up for an award, and deservedly so, especially if you've a love of Cornwall, England. Furr's time-travel book, Quest for the Nail Prints is different in time period and that it takes three modern-day people back to Jerusalem, to the first Holy Week, where they encounter Jesus and his disciples as history is being made - a history these time travelers already know about. When these modern-day time travelers involuntarily journey to 33 A.D.; they not only encounter Jesus but live and breathe with those whom Jesus traveled and lived during the last week of his pre-resurrection life. As many of us know, book covers can make or break a book's sales. When I purchased Quest for the Nails, I thought the cover aptly fit the book's premise of going back to the Holy Land. The hole drilled through the book, though, threw me. I thought it a gimmick and, as I read along, became somewhat annoyed by it. Seemed like a lot of wasted space on every page. But as I sank deeper into the plot, the hole seemed to disappear, only to come around again at the book's end, having become significant. Now I understand, value and respect that hole. Furr takes risks in Quest for the Nail Prints, something which with readers may wrestle as they turn each page. I'm good with that (I am one of those who wrestled); a robust discussion about a book only adds to its impact and this book definitely makes you think. The characters in this book are human. The modern-day Christians in Quest for the Nails don't always live the Golden Rule. They judge, they ignore, they hesitate, they fail. At times, they embarrassingly do so while Jesus is looking on. They are full-heartedly human. This made for realistic, relatable reading. Though Quest for the Nail Prints is a work of fiction, I enjoyed reading Furr's handling of how the disciples acted, as well as how Furr's fictional characters lived in the "what abouts, ifs and buts" of living in a historical time that has simultaneously already been written about in Scripture. One cannot read this book without feeling near to Jesus. Furr puts us in the main characters' heads and even at times, in Jesus's head. I don't know about you, but at times when reading Scripture, I've wondered why Jesus's disciples didn't say what I think I would have said or acted more courageously. Furr explores that in Quest for the Nail Prints and makes us live alongside the disciples and feel what's it's like to walk a mile in their shoes. It's one thing to read the history of Jesus and the disciples in Scripture; it's another to live Scripture after it has already happened. The book puts a spin on WWJD and makes the reader experience "What Would I Do?" if faced with the opportunity to live during Holy Week with Jesus; to speak or act, given the same scenario. I became more empathetic toward the disciples; they didn't have the hindsight that I or the time travelers do. This is a fine read at any time of year and is one that makes you think.
pamelasthibodeaux More than 1 year ago
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for review purposes - although that does not oblige me to post a positive review. I've read books like Max Lucado's "No Wonder They Call HIM Savior" and often wondered what I would do were I present at the time of Jesus' crucifixion- As I'm sure most people do. Would I cry for His release or deny Him? Would I stay at the foot of the cross or run? Would I help carry His cross or step back and let someone else do it? Would I help drive the nails in His flesh or beg the soldiers not to? Would I try to change history? Could I? These three characters from the 21st Century often had those same thoughts - Their Quest begins as a pilgrimage through the Holy Land during Easter - a time when the reenactment of Jesus' triumphant entry into His beloved city ends in His death - although what they find themselves in is no reenactment but the actual event! Their intense emotions are felt on every level and the circumstances in which they find themselves really made me think about what I would do...what I have done...and what I should be doing to honor His sacrifice so that it not be in vain. I daresay it'll make you think too. Pamela S Thibodeaux, Author
GABixlerReviews More than 1 year ago
One of the favorite hymns, especially for the Easter Season, is Were You There?" Well, this weekend, I certainly was! Don Furr's book, Quest for the Nail Prints, took 13 years to complete, but there was no way that, once started, I did not quickly turn every page...at least once I traveled back in time to Jerusalem to personally meet Jesus... Dr, Elizabeth Stewart worked mostly with emergency trauma. Leonardo Van Eaton, Professor of Religious Studies, was scheduled to speak at the International Council of Religious Educators in New Delhi; however, when he arrived in Jerusalem, problems with his plane kept him there. Reverend Paul Ryann had been gifted with a dream come true. He was going to the Holy Land as a gift from his parents. His wife had another commitment and so he would be traveling alone Each of these individuals met as passengers on the flight. In fact, they sat beside each other and as strangers began to share about why they were taking the trip. Paul and Elizabeth found common ground in their church activities, Paul as a pastor; Elizabeth teaching children in Sunday school. It wasn't very long before Professor Van Eaton had shared his position and had created tension as he explained that his knowledge of religions was purely academic and that he purposely remained objective so that he could better teach.By the time they had landed, the Professor was quite happy to have them finish their journey, only to be somewhat relieved when they found each other again when his plane was delayed. Later as they were sightseeing, they heard a scream. Paul running ahead soon found that two soldiers were getting ready to assault a young woman. As Paul called to them, he also was taping them, which caused the men to quickly knock the woman out and race after the three. There was no option but to run and hide from the two guards who were armed and clearly willing to eliminate their witnesses! Consider if you would the Biblical accounts of what took place during Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, and finally the trip to Calvary. Now think about what you would do if you were right there, in the middle of it all! Meeting Jesus. Having him accept that you were there. Introduce you to his disciples and invite you to...follow Him... What would you do if you were the only ones in the world at that time that knew in advance that Christ was going to be crucified. Quest for the Nail Prints will place each of you who will read this book exactly in the middle of it all. You may have seen movies or read other books and felt you were there. But Don Furr has placed new characters into those ancient beloved stories. What would YOU do if you Were There? Surely you have no choice but to join Paul, Elizabeth, and the Professor as each of them finds out what their role was. Chilling in its realism; commanding in its story; secure in it's being the greatest love story in which we may all play a part!You got it - a Must Read Recommendation for this one! Book Received from Sheaf House Publishers
mthweatt More than 1 year ago
What if I had the opportunity to meet Jesus - without dying first? I've asked myself that question many times (usually because I was ashamed of something I had just done and didn't want to be accountable to Him). Don has given me a glimpse into what that encounter might be like...Jesus would love me no matter what I've done. There are scenes from Quest that are burned into that place in my heart where I cache favorite passages from really great books I've read and cherish. I tell my friends it's a MUST read.
skstiles612 More than 1 year ago
Never have I read a story that reached inside and squeezed my very soul. Through this book the reader travels back in time with the three main characters. They travel back to a time when Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem to fulfill the role his heavenly father set before him. One thing that touched me so much was the human side to Jesus. We know him as God's son and therefore rarely think of him as having the same quirks and emotions that we as humans have. The fact that the author has him roll his eyes or look disdainfully at someone and their remark made him seem so much closer. I cried through so much of this book. The emotion it brings from deep within your soul is makes our walk with Christ that much more important. Through the eyes of Paul, Elizabeth and the Professor we see within ourselves our own shortcomings. We see through their eyes God's love for them and for us. This is a book you will want to read over and over again. It is also a book you will want to recommend to everyone around you. I don't think five stars is enough to tell you how much I have enjoyed and feel blessed to have read this book. May God continue to use this book to his glory.
JanetRuth More than 1 year ago
Sometimes we stumble upon something that will ultimately change lives. Don Furr has put together a unique masterpiece that will impact anyone who reads Quest for the Nail Prints. I was intrigued by the book synopsis, and eager to see how everything would play out in Quest for the Nail Prints. Three complete strangers were brought together by some rather dramatic events on their holiday to the Holy Land. They had no idea how much their lives would be changed as they were thrust into another time and place. I love reading a book that captures my imagination and takes me on a journey to new experiences. As in the words of a well known song, we can only imagine what it will be like when we finally look into the beautiful eyes of Jesus. Reading this book, I really felt that I went along on this amazing journey. The descriptions were vivid and realistic, and I didn't want the journey to end. I wanted to stay in that beautiful place, and I couldn't stop the tears when the soldiers came to arrest Jesus. Beautiful, heart-wrenching, soul searching and life changing. For a really different kind of story ... one that just might change your life, pick up a copy of Quest for the Nail Prints. It is a timeless story brought to a new dimension through time travel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago