This sounded like a really interesting story, and for the most part, it was. There were times that the narrative dragged on and I wished it could've been shorter, but overall there was a lot of good content.

Obviously fiction, it was easy to see how this story could've really played out. It was very clarifying in how difficult it must've been to produce the gospels, and how easily different versions could've missed details or told things differently.

At one point it seemed like Luke's narrative was going to be a lot longer than Matthew or Mark (the two sources available at the time). I really would've liked to read something like that, and I wondered why it didn't turn out that way. Well, they took care of that in the story, too.

A fun read, but it could've been a lot shorter. Nowhere near as painful as the next book I'm probably going to review (listening to audio now).