Thursday, April 24, 2014

Iscariot by Tosca Lee

Genre: Biblical Fiction

Pages: Soft Cover

Publisher: Howard Books

Jags: 8
Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve of Jesus’s disciples and the most infamous traitors of all time, was never the person we thought we knew. Tosca Lee takes us on a journey from the perspective of the only man Jesus called friend.
Judas was a scholar of the law, a learned man among the people of Israel. From the very beginning of Judas life, biblical law and prophecy surrounded him. His father and older brother were strong opponents to Roman occupation of the holy land, which influenced Judas greatly, and in doing so, paved the way for him to meet his future Teacher, Messiah, and Lord.
Tosca Lee has woven a beautifully written story about one of the most famous religious icons in history-a mesmerizing tale that gives a brief glimpse into the world of Jesus Christ and the man who would betray him. This book will make you rethink the story of Christ and how innocence and the need to do what’s right can sometimes be confused.
The Jag Review has received a free copy of this book from Howard Books for our honest review. The opinions expressed are our own.

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