Book of Yeshua by Francis Chapman (Book Review #946)


Book of Yeshua is a conspiracy thriller about the prophet of God living in the flesh after the crucifixion. The first thing I had to set aside was the historical accuracy and the fact that this was a work of fiction. There were many characters introduced, but the main ones were described well and carried the story forward.

The truth about Yeshua of Nazareth is different from the one being told, and those who wish to expose it have started this war since the Judea (two thousand years ago) till now.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The book is written in dual timelines and with different perspectives. This made the story to be highly compelling to read. The protagonist, Elliot, who wishes to expose this secret about Yeshua, was very stimulating.

The literature was intriguing to read and exciting to follow. The pace was fast, and I was glad that it wasn’t a super long story. I found the story to be novel and admired the author’s attempt to present something outside the box. If you struggle with names, this book might confuse you.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes biblical fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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