Did you enjoy PART I of this historical fiction novel of Biblical and Roman times? This volume picks up where PART I left off.
The insurrection having failed, Barabbas and his men find a cave in which to hide out. But Barabbas, unsatisfied, decides to try robbery. He enlists the help of the two beggars and they set out to rob rich Benjamin. But Timotheus almost turns back, after seeing the Nazarene. Will he go on to aid in this crime? Will it be successful, or will this also result in disaster?
Meanwhile, non-conformist Manaheem tries to blackmail Herod over his part in the insurrection and loses his one true love, his former wife Claressa, also a non-conformist, with whom Manaheem is trying to reunite. Will he get her back? More importantly, will he, as well as Barabbas and Timotheus find the fulfillment they have been seeking?“
The story has a powerful message that has clearly been displayed throughout the novel. Mr. Becher takes you through a wide range of emotions from beginning to end…. This is a great novel that I’m sure you will enjoy” —-Rudelle Thomas (Divine Eloquence)
|Consistent with real world, no magic, no unachieved science
|Classical (1,000BC - 399CE)
|Irrelevant or N/A
Styles & Themes
|Inspires Reader to Feel:
|Mysteries & Puzzles:
|None or only very minor mysteries
|Time to savor, deliberate
|Minor and occasional action
|Heavy use of social and political themes on a personal level
|Major romance, essential to story