The Expected One: Magdalene Line Trilogy 1 - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Kathleen McGowan / Kindle Edition
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Kathleen McGowan The Expected One (TheMagdalene Line)
Pages: 15, Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD, Simon & Schuster Audio
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by - written on 19/10/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Please be gentle - I have never reviewed a book before, though I love to read, all manner of books, it just goes to show what a profund impact this book had on me! **Setting the Scene** Thousands of years ago following the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, followed by the subsequent resurrection where he appears to Mary Magdalene - he requests that she carry on the teachings of "The Way", rather than Peter as history has led us to believe. Persecuted by the Romans Mary Magdalene flees to France where it is said that she has hidden a set of scrolls within the French Pyrenees - the Gospel of Mary Magdalene, something that the Church has denied ever ... Read the complete review
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