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This book may, indeed should, be used, as a corrective to a superficial faith.
What is even of greater interest is "Gospel: A Novel" was written ten years before "Da Vinci Code" and is as a good as a book now as it was then.
Barnhardt's epistle deals more with the change in his characters than the actual plot--I think I would have liked more plot and less character.
I have read this book 3 times and have enjoyed it every time, I discover more things each time, my only drawback is that I would have loved a post script, to find out what... Read morePublished 24 days ago by James Austin McNamee
This is one of the best novels I've ever read. If you are a fan of the DaVinci Code, this puts it to shame. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Utopiac
Recently re-read it for the third time. So glad I did. Just a wonderful book of almost breathtaking scope from a ridiculously talented author who should be better known.Published 6 months ago by Charles DiMaggio
I happened upon this book while reading a review for another, and being a rabid Umberto Eco fan, to which this book is compared, I was immediately intrigued and hopeful. Be warned. Read morePublished 6 months ago by sps2003
An education as well as adventure. Even slightly dated the story makes me want to travel in their steps and see what they saw.Published 10 months ago by Casb
It's the thinking person's Da Vinci Code, but with real characters, brilliant writing and more compelling storytelling. A page turner that has more to offer.Published 10 months ago by C. Benoit
The book was very interesting about the bible and early Christian church history, but it was much too long. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Terrible Terrie
As fun a book as I've ever read. Adventure and arcania. In addition to the great romp, Barnardt creates a fictional lost gospel worth reading on its own.Published 14 months ago by Robert R. Ambler, Jr.
The book was too long and tedious. It seemed like an indulgence in the author's knowledge of religious curiosities, minutia, etc. Read morePublished 14 months ago by emma