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In the desert near Jerusalem an archaeologist is murdered after he uncovers stunning evidence in a Dead Sea scroll about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ The two thousand year old parchment containing enigmatic references to not one but two messiahs is stolen before it can be fully translatedIn Rome a charismatic. Why would an elderly Roman antiuities scholar use the phrase I d bet my baguettes on it I wish I could say that was the low point in the writing but it s just the last one I read before tossing it aside Glenn Meade tries valiantly to capture the same historical intrigue and rapid fire action as Dan Brown s bestselling novels but falls far short of the markFollowing in his parent s footsteps archeologist Jack Cane is pursuing an academic career digging for artifacts in umran when he happens upon an ancient scroll that could contain proof of Jesus existence Or maybe a second impostor Jesus The scroll s discovery rekindles a 20 year old cover up involving the Vatican and sets in motion what is supposed to be a compelling sprint through a web of international intrigue vengeful black market antiues dealers and secrets that threaten to undo the world s faith in Christianity Judaism and probably everything elseMeade jumps spastically between settings and characters with some chapters weighing in at just under a page in length There is little consistency within characters one moment they re uncannily prescient the next they need the most basic plot twists explained to them in excruciating simplicity His attempts to move things along ultimately just bog the book down Beyond that I just wasn t convinced of the author s mastery of his subject Say what you want about Dan Brown at least the guy can write believably about Rome the Vatican and their history Had Meade s writing possessed that same ring of truth this book probably wouldn t have been a total loss As it is though I got 375 pages in and 100 chapters bleh in before I realized there was no way I could force myself through the final 100 I get the press Dan Brown comparisons and I would recommend it to die hard Da Vinci Code fans Really though This book is just terrible

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E step ahead of unknown assassins in their search for truthArchaeologist Jack Cane and Israeli police inspector Lela Raul must solve the mystery of the Second Messiah and uncover the real secret behind the message of Jesus before they are permanently silenced and the scroll and its contents are forever lost to humanity. uite a facinating read long alomost 500 pages packed with ancient info The author is clearly not pleased with Vatican secrecy and politics I leave it up to reader to decide their feelings but as a thriller very well done indeed

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American priest with long hidden secrets is elected pope setting off widespread panic among some of the faithful who uestion whether he is the anti Christ or the world's new savior As the conspiracy over the scroll explodes into a political and religious standoff two people find themselves on the run trying to stay on. A fast paced thriller that ventures into the territory of the contents of the dead sea scrolls Meade does an excellent job of blending fact with fiction Putting his own spin on a story that has been around since the time of Jesus Christ The characters are uite refreshingly true to human nature for a religious based novel The plot is full of twists and turns non stop action controversy and faith Fans of Dan Brown are sure to really enjoy this book


About the Author: Glenn Meade

Glenn Meade was born into a working class family in Dublin Ireland After finishing secondary school he had a tough time choosing between studying theology or engineering but eventually engineering won out and he studied telecommunications Soon after graduating he lived and worked in New Hampshire He worked as a specialist in the field of pilot training—having had a life long interest in avia



10 thoughts on “The Second Messiah

  1. says:

    Jack Cane is an archaeologist working at umran in Israel the site of the controversial Dead Sea Scrolls He is still mourning the death of his parents twenty years ago They and their Bedouin driver were killed in a horrific road accident on their way to Jerusalem with a newly discovered scroll which they believed contained previously

  2. says:

    Why would an elderly Roman antiuities scholar use the phrase I'd bet my baguettes on it? I wish I could say that was the low point in the writing but it's just the last one I read before tossing it aside Glenn Me

  3. says:

    As most of you know the book reviews that I write for this blog are mostly for books that I’ve bought or Kim has gotten for me However today i

  4. says:

    In the desert near Jerusalem an archaeologist is murdered after he uncovers stunning evidence in a Dead Sea scroll about the life and

  5. says:

    I received this title through the Goodreads First Reads program I really wanted to love this book It's about a Dea

  6. says:

    A fast paced thriller that ventures into the territory of the contents of the dead sea scrolls Meade does an excellent job of blending fact with fiction Putting his own spin on a story that has been around since the time of Jesus Christ The characters are uite refreshingly true to human nature for a religious based novel The plot

  7. says:

    uite a facinating read long alomost 500 pages packed with ancient info The author is clearly not pleased with Vatican secrecy and politics I leave it up to reader to decide their feelings but as a thriller very w

  8. says:

    The Second Messiah – Secrets Which Shake The Faith Or Make It Stronger?Rating 4 of 5 starsAuthor Glenn MeadeFormat Kindle PaperbackAfter unearthing an ancient scroll in the umran region near the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls an archeologist team speeds across the desert to share their find En route their

  9. says:

    I won this in the Goodreads giveaway I really liked this book I liked how he blended fact with fiction in this thriller It was hard to put down I do agree that fans of Dan Brown should enjoy this book I am interested in reading of Meade's books

  10. says:

    Clever kept me reading couldn't put it down His research seems pretty on the buttom and his characters and plot excellent It has some good and very interesting things to say I'll definitely read from this author I see some of his other books got some great reviews too

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