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Our protagonist is approached by a man who says he's Jesus and wants to run for president--with our man as his campaign manager. It takes off from there. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kirsten A. Schwartz
Good read, some things a little far fetched but also many, many good thought provoking parts! Would totally recommend.Published 6 months ago by Sherry
Read this book after reading all his Buddha books, and found it quite timely with all the political controversy we are currently exposed to. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Linda Gutin
We could only wish to have our country be exposed to a politician that not only is Jesus but who has a political agenda based on love, fairness, compassion and making the U.S. Read morePublished 13 months ago by S. Humphrey
I've read several of Roland Merullo's books, and they're all entertaining, and thoughtful as I have to think the author must be himself.Published 14 months ago by Dennis Flynn
Anything written by Roland Merullo is excellent...thought provoking & with humor.Published 15 months ago by lillian breen
Good novel. Interesting idea to bring Jesus back today. Calls for a second book. As a reader I want to know what happens next.Published 15 months ago by Hywanah Lynn Bradman
I didn't know what to expect and knew the author was talented. Is he ever. This book is about an encounter with an enlightened being. Forget the name. Read morePublished 15 months ago by R. Krause