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What if you were the one who discovered this ggospel And, when you take traditi Like the quote on the front says, it is a combination of Indiana Jones and Dan Brown.
Both sets of teams are usually well-organized, funded, and connected. Its mentioned many times, but its never summarized. This is the story of one last Gospel, left behind in the age of the New Testament, in the greatest days of the Roman Empire, and of its extraordinary secret, one dafid has lain concealed for years.
This is an intelligent archaeological adventure thriller written by vavid author who clearly enjoys throwing his two heroes into the midst of a quest and then sits back to find the best way to get them out it again, by any means possible. I keep reading David Gibbins’s books, hoping that they reach the level of a James Rollins, who has perfected these types of books.
I wish this book had been more thrilling and engaging. Though, if differing views of early Christianity bother you, you may not like this one as well, but it is fiction and I enjoyed the story.
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And everytime I am somewhat disappointed. I really enjoyed the story line but the writing was quite poor. Oct 30, Stephen rated it it was amazing.
This book by David Gibbins, the third of his that I have read, starts out with this formula, but then it completely abandons it and becomes almost a college lecture. I would also like to remind people that this is a work of fiction.
I enjoy books with some history and intellect. Again, it lacks credibility. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I felt he jumped around between ideas in a way that didn’t read smoothly and didn’t make a lot of sense. Overall, interesting but not a must-read. To ask other readers questions about The Lost Tombplease sign up.
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I would rather have read a nonfiction of the author’s real experiences than this. Crusader Gold was much better and I still want to get goxpel hands on Atlantis but I don’t think I would recommend this Read full review.
The team is searching for what may be the lost gospel of Jesus. This book is a rocking adventure on the trail of a great biblical treasure that gibibns or may not have existed. I’m not sure if this book was a novel written in the margins of a boring history lecture or just a near plot-less way to show off historic research.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Who can say if it exists or not? IT was a unique story line for me, the history was interesting to me. Having not particularly enjoyed Gibbins’ previous novels, I thought I might gosel this one a little more interesting. The Last Gospel is published by Headline and is available at all good bookstores and online. This story is also told in a way that you can’t read a bit here and there.
I am not sure this author had a good revelation so just sort of cut it off? A clue reveals the possibility of some ancient artifact or truth that will change the world, but to find this most-sought after item will require a group of intrepid explorers and scientists to find the next clue s in remote daviv around the globe.
I’m still not sure. Mass Market Paperbackpages.
What enemies there were appeared from nowhere and disappeared back there just as quickly. The author, himself a marine archaeologist, draws on a lot of his own experiences, so the scenes of discovery is made to seem very real. I really look forward to Mr. And there shall be no Temples. What if you were the one who discovered this secret? What would the value be? What if what was found there was a document that could shatter the very foundations of the Western World?
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It is a meaty and satisfying read and ticks the right boxes for this genre, especially if you are a history nut and you enjoy picking up new information to research.
It was like reading a pretend history lecture in places – sooooo much telling and not enough showing.
The Last Gospel
Though I did appreciate the final flashback, I do not think the final “revelation” givbins ever fully revealed. After taking a PhD from Cambridge University he taught archaeology in Britain and abroad, and is a world authority on ancient shipwrecks and sunken cities. Often the characters were in danger or being sought by fanatical assassins but you never felt it yourself.