This fast-paced, timely novel of tolerance brings us a young, likeable, John Lennon-type of protagonist who has made the book a hit with readers of surprisingly different backgrounds. It has also been a great selection for book clubs all over the country. The story is reminiscent of such thought-provoking classics as The Alchemist (Paolo Coelho) and Siddhartha (Hermann Hesse). Christ’s DNA is discovered in an ancient relic—and secretly used to create a boy. He is never told the truth about his conception.
Who will this young man be exactly? How will we react when he leaves his sheltered childhood, enters our modern world, and meets the Pope, the Dalai Lama, and people of all religions?
“You can tell a good writer...
The wit, the pace, the emotional impact.
Sue Stephenson’s got it all.”
-Robert Ferrigno, author of twelve novels
“Familiar character, fresh new story.
High caliber, page-turning stuff.”
-Anna Davis, author and writing director, Curtis Brown
“An emotional experience.”