Time Has Come

Time Has Come

by Peter Gustin
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Time Has Come by Peter Gustin

Fight Club” meets “The Da Vinci Code” as religion zealots form the backdrop of this mystery/thriller. A man who may or may not be the Son of God returns to Earth and decides that it’s time the world hear His message again. Some believe while others remain quite skeptical. Both sides go to the extreme in an effort to prove that they are right. Zealots go to the extreme.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011168079
Publisher: Peter Gustin
Publication date: 01/02/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,015,317
File size: 667 KB

About the Author

Interesting face #1: Pete Gustin is legally blind and has been ever since the age of 8. He's never actually "read' a book in his entire life. Books on tape/CD have been his only connection to the world of books. If you wonder why his writing style is so "unique", this might help to explain that.

Pete Gustin comes to the literary world by way of radio. He started as a radio announcer in Boston while attending college at the age of 18. His voice can now be heard on over 250 radio stations across the U.S. He is based in Boston and is the Creative Services Director for Sports Radio WEEI and also hosts a daily web-show called The Catch-Up with Pete Gustin which can be seen at thecatchuptoday.com

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Time Has Come 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didnt like it, total waste of time!
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Chris Goff More than 1 year ago
really enjoyed the read. ..shocker of an ending!
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Betsy Anderson More than 1 year ago
The plotline was ok, but the writer really needs to let someone else at least read it over. The spelling and punctuation mistakes made it difficult to read without becoming annoyed at the author. EDIT!