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A Time for Judas de Morley Callaghan
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A Time for Judas

de Morley Callaghan

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493409,081 (3.44)No n'hi ha cap
"The 'true' story of the betrayal" of Judas, as told by Philo of Crete who was Pilate's scribe and a friend of Judas of Iscariot.--Jacket.
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Interesting period piece that provides more food for thought about the secrets we keep and the secrets we're asked to carry than it does about Jesus, his mission, and his apostles. A minimum of physical description and a focused, colloquial first-person style gives the story immediacy while hardly putting us in all the strangeness of first-century Judea. It's not historical vividness the author is after; it's clarity of character, and he achieves that. All said, I'm not sure who this book would best suit. The protagonist, a Cretan scribe, is neither hero enough or villain enough to generate much interest, and the twist in the plot isn't much. It's probably worth picking up if you particularly enjoy historical fiction about the time of Jesus, but if you're looking for inspiration or insight, you may come up short. ( )
  john.cooper | Oct 30, 2017 |
Skillfully imagined interpretation of Christ's final days.
I really enjoyed this book!! Read with an open mind...it IS fiction!!! ( )
  ilovecookies | Mar 6, 2008 |
This book gives the reader a different view of Judas' actions and motivations, portraying him as the most devoted of Christ's apostles. Honestly, this interpretation makes much more sense to me, overall. I don't want to say too much about it, 'cause I could very easily ruin the entire plot, and I think it's really worth giving a read. Aside from a few nit-picky problems -- some details I just didn't agree with, and I kept wishing that Judas had played a bigger part in his own story, especially since the character of Philo didn't interest me much at all -- I thought it was very well thought-out and wonderfully written. If only more books like this could attain the popularity of The Da Vinci Code. ( )
  choebe | Jun 10, 2006 |
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