The Messiah Clone

Rated 4.33/5 based on 4 reviews
What if Jesus could be and was cloned in our modern society? What if those that cloned and raised him had less than pure motives? Would it bring the end of the world? Would it be a fulfillment of the horrors found in the Book of Revelation? The Messiah Clone is a fast paced novel from the perspective of the bio-geneticist that cloned Jesus and discovers the plot that could and will end the world. More
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Words: 61,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465801326
About Timothy Ayers

I am a bestselling YA fiction author under the pen-name of Fred E. Katz. My "Spinechillers Mysteries? series for Thomas Nelson Publishing was re-released in 2010 as a hardback collection and audiobook. Other works include: "Power Dads" for Servant Publications, "Living Parables" for CSS Publications and two books in the "Fright Time" series.

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Review by: Jessica Buike on June 25, 2012 :
Intriguing introduction that immediately drew me into the storyline! There were a few grammatical errors considering the quality of the story - otherwise, this would have easily earned 5 stars! There was plenty of action, interesting characters, and an intricate plot that really helped this eBook stand out from the crowd. While there are religious topics touched on, I don't feel that it ever got "preachy" or "judgmental" but fell more along the lines of The DaVinci Code with its exploration of the mystic. Great read, just needs a little editing!
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Review by: Anthony J. Rando on Dec. 15, 2011 :
I thoroughly enjoyed "The Messiah Clone." I think that, with a little work and perhaps some additions, this could stand up next to best-selling religious conspiracy works like "The DaVinci Code."

The Good: Great concept. This would actually be well-translated into a movie.

Both the technological and religious aspects are well thought-out.

It keeps you reading. There are serious page-turning elements, plot points that involve Jesus, science, and some demonic supernatural forces.

The Not-So-Good: The consideration of a professional proofreader might be a good idea.

Many of the e-book formats are jumbled and impossible to read. If anyone is interested in reading it, I suggest downloading the pdf version.

There is plenty of room for expansion. The book stands at 61,000 words; I believe it could be inflated (and maybe even read better) at 85-90,000.

Overall, "The Messiah Clone" is a good read. Not for the religiously prude, and certainly not for anyone seeking a pleasant ending. But you find that out on page one.
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Review by: Gordon Tatler on Dec. 14, 2011 :
In fact a 5 star book.
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Review by: Gordon Tatler on Dec. 12, 2011 : (no rating)
What a great idea. From first reading the title page I was enthral led. Brilliant ! Thoroughly recommended.
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