|TITLE:||Quest for the Nail Prints|
A doctor, a religious studies professor, and a preacher meet on the long plane ride to Israel. Two of them are actually going there and the other one is stuck there for a day “by accident”. As they are walking around the city, they witness a crime and find themselves running from those who committed it. In the process of running away, they fall into the first century. Not just anywhere in the first century, but on Palm Sunday as Jesus is entering the city.
This is the story of Quest for the Nail Prints by Don Furr.
The adventure continues as these three time travelers meet Jesus, his disciples, and several other Biblical/historical figures. Some of the trio is able to interact with Jesus and the disciples as they experience the events of Jesus’ last week on earth firsthand.
Quest for the Nail Prints was written in such a way that it can be easily enjoyed by anybody. Those that are not “church-types” will enjoy the action and adventure aspect of it. Others will likely get some inspiration and motivation from reading of what these fictional characters experience as they walk with Jesus and his disciples during that holy week.
This book is unique! The book has a hole that has been drilled through the entire book!
I can honestly say without reservation that this is the BEST Christian fiction book I have ever read!
I had a very difficult time putting the book down and found myself picking it back up every time I had a free minute. I read the 300 plus page book in just over 2 days.
Don Furr spent 13 years writing this book and it shows. More information about the author can be found at http://www.questforthenailprints.com .
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