The Son of Man

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…Before They Were Left Behind, There Was The Son of Man...

Matthew 24:24:

For there shall arise false Christ’s, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. More
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About CW Johnson

In the year 1997 I was a traveling musician. 1997 was the year my travels took me to an ancient town in Germany called Rothenberg… more specifically, the Cathedral of the Holy Blood Altar. It was there I witnessed with my own eyes a very interesting relic; a capsule said to contain three drops of Christ’s blood. This immediately piqued my imagination. What would happen if they actually found DNA within the capsule and cross-matched it with tissue found on the Shroud of Turin? What if it matched? This little flight of fantasy was the beginning of a journey that took me through dozens of false starts, years of writing and eventually through the never-ending editing process. The tale that emerged was as much a surprise to me as to anyone. It was very much like a story breaking free and escaping from my computer.

I sincerely hope that you will find my novel entertaining and that you will continue the journey on through the next three books in the series.

CW Johnson

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youga88 reviewed on April 16, 2017

real page turner.

I love it.

There is room for improvement, i hope i see that on book 2
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Barry Lasslett reviewed on Sep. 5, 2015

A very clever story, don't worry about imperfections here and there just settle down for roller coaster, tongue in cheek ride. I wish I'd have thought to write this one. Congratulations Mr Johnson.
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Jimmy Patterson reviewed on March 2, 2013

writing suffers a bit but the imagination and story overcomes this.
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Gordon Tatler reviewed on June 17, 2012

It seems absolutely and utterly stupid but I just could not put it down ! So unbelievable, so badly written, but boy what a read.
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Jez reviewed on Dec. 29, 2011

Just came across this. Imaginative, but the story doesn't hold together. But that almost doesn't matter. With a little more care and some drastic editing this could have been a really good book. It's a good read if you overlook the flaws. I can recommend it.
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John Sumner reviewed on July 13, 2011

Great read, I HIGHLY recommend this to anyone...
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oldcar reviewed on May 17, 2011

I got thoroughly engrossed in this book. Great read...
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Kami Duncan reviewed on April 18, 2011

I just finished the book and I am in awe of Mr Johnsons imagination! I literally could not put this book down. At first I was upset because I had so many unanswered question but now I see there is a sequel! Well done C.W!!!
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LouAnn reviewed on Jan. 5, 2011

I really enjoyed the premise. As a Catholic, I found the characterization of Father Jenkins insulting. However, the story is intriguing and engrossing. I still want to know who Brother Michael really is. The ending was a there a sequel in the works? I have a lot of unanswered questions.
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gtriever reviewed on Sep. 5, 2010

I tried, I really tried to like this book. Sorry, but it doesn't do it for me. The idea was good, but the result is lacking...
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