Temple Boys


      Temple Boys
Jerusalem year zero A gritty, vivid, startlingly original reimagining of the world s most famous story, told from a street kid s point of view.Jerusalem, year zero Flea belongs to a gang of teenage vagrants living in the shadow of the Temple, living on their wits and what they can beg or steal When a man called the Magician arrives, bringing talk of miracles and revolution, Flea and his comrades latch onto the newcomer in the hope that he ll offer them a secure home As events accumulate and powerful forces gather around the Magician, Flea notices rumblings of discontent among his followers Is the Magician the savior he claims to be, or a fraud Does Flea hold the fate of the Magician and possibly the world in his hands, as he begins to believe Temple Boys vividly conjures up ancient Jerusalem and the Biblical era and boldly re imagines the western world s most famous story from the point of view of a teenage boy. New Read Temple Boys [ author ] Jamie Buxton [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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      Temple Boys
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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Temple Boys
  • Jamie Buxton
  • English
  • 02 July 2017
  • 1626720363

10 thoughts on “ Temple Boys

  1. says:

    Top 10 Religion Spirituality Books for Youth 2016

  2. says:

    So I picked this book up because I was interested in a YA historical novel about the times of Jesus, which is not something I have seen before Now I have a pretty good idea why.The author takes the biblical story of Jesus and tries to retell the events leading up to the crucifixion without supernatural elements And it works about as well as you would think Now I m not religious, but making Jesus into a trickster type character did strike me as odd Also, the whole scenario felt ve So I picked this book up because I was interested in a YA historical novel about the times of Jesus, which is not something I have seen before Now I have a pretty good idea why.The author takes the biblical story of Jesus and tries to retell the events leading up to the crucifixion without supernatural elements And it works about as well as you would think Now I m not religious, but making Jesus into a trickster type character did strike me as odd Also, the whole scenario felt very forced and did not fit in with the biblical narrative at all view spoiler For examp...

  3. says:

    I m surprised there hasn t been an uproar from the conservative Christians about this book which portrays Jesus Yeshua as a shyster who manipulates circumstances to make it appear as if he is performing miracle...

  4. says:

    Very different It s about the days leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus, told through the eyes of a young street gang member who meets up with the magician and his followers The good I ve not read anything qui...

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