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John, the son of Zebedee, is still alive. Saint John, the Apostle, the Evangelist, author of a Gospel and letters and perhaps even the Book of Revelation. That John. For twenty centuries, he has wandered the earth. He is not alone. The angels, light and dark, watch him. Lazarus, raised from the dead and unable to die again, has brought something of the tomb back with him. ...more
Hardcover, 372 pages
Published August 8th 2014 by Falling Creek Publishing
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Hilary
I don't quite know what to make of this, nor am I entirely sure how I feel. I, John portrays John the man, not just the disciple. He's a man who walked away from his father and family business to follow Jesus, who had visions and who took care of Mary, but he's also a man who has lived two thousand years, who drinks tea and tends a garden, and a man who sees angels. Not the stylized angels we picture, or the somewhat frightening visions from the prophets like Ezekiel, but a different type of ang ...more
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NOTE: A COPY OF THIS ARC WAS GIVEN TO ME THROUGH NETGALLEY IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.

ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!! If I could have given it more stars, I would have. I actually finished this a few days ago but wanted to wait until it all settled in before writing a review. It's one of those books that sticks with you, even after you've finished reading it.
This story is based on the Apostle John and his Gospel. It is fictional account, but uses actual events that were written about in the Gospel.
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Chris was born in North Carolina and lives there today. At present, he is finishing a suspense novel called The Rivers of Goshen. (At www.crtaylorbooks.com you can read an excerpt from The Rivers of Goshen.) He is also working on a sequel to I,John.
The rest of the time, Chris does whatever his daughter and their Westie tell him to do.
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