The Lost Gospel Of Barabbas, Book II (Exodus)

The Lost Gospel Of Barabbas, Book II (Exodus)

by Kevin Brooks
The Lost Gospel Of Barabbas, Book II (Exodus)

The Lost Gospel Of Barabbas, Book II (Exodus)

by Kevin Brooks



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Like steel in the fires of a forge, Barabbas is now a hardened man. Plagued by supernatural beings and pursued by bloodthirsty Roman soldiers, Barabbas plots his revenge as he flees to the high Mountain of Hermon, just north of his homeland. But he discovers that no matter how far he runs or where he hides, he cannot escape the truth. There is no exodus from a man's ultimate destiny.

Awash with revenge, love, and adventure, this biblical fiction is not your ordinary Sunday School story. Biblically-researched and historically accurate, Kevin Brooks reveals the scholar in the criminal, the hunter in the hunted, and the lover in the murderer. An epic adventure, Exodus is the much anticipated second novel in The Lost Gospel of Barabbas trilogy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157281823
Publisher: Kevin L. Brooks
Publication date: 01/01/2017
Series: The Lost Gospel of Barabbas , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 251
File size: 353 KB

About the Author

Kevin L. Brooks grew up in north central Texas. He grew up reading Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan series, Ian Fleming's James Bond, and Louis L'Amour. Along with a healthy dose of comic books, especially Batman, these ingredients helped shape the course of his life to come. He went on to attend college at Texas Tech University and Lubbock Christian University. After graduating, Kevin entered the business world working for a Financial Services company. Several years later, he left that company and opened his own successful Financial Planning firm. In his spare time, Kevin finds time for his passions as an outdoor enthusiast and amateur paleontologist. He enjoys everything from hiking, climbing, and mountaineering, to hunting and fishing. In fact, many parts of this tale were invented while sitting in a deer stand or a duck blind. He also studies Philosophy and Religion, as well as his favorite topic, History. Kevin loves history, real history, real, fascinating, living history. One day, he decided to pursue his long-held desire to write a novel. Over the course of the next 12 years, he slowly spun the tale of The Lost Gospel of Barabbas. Over time, the story grew into three tomes.

Date of Birth:

March 30, 1959

Place of Birth:

Exeter, Devon, England


B.A. in Cultural Studies, Aston University, 1983
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