The Wise Men: A Christmas Adventure
In a city sequestered by futuristic technology from the ways of the Middle East in 1 A. D., three friends learn about evil and love as they join in the journey of a lifetime with the Worship Caravan bound for the Messiah.
If you’ve ever wondered where the Wise Men came from, and whether they were kings or magi or prophets or astronomers, or if they had families and friends and hopes and dreams, and how they traversed hundreds or thousands of miles with some of the most precious cargo in the middle east without getting robbed, stabbed or poisoned, here is the whole adventure. It’s revisionist history, it’s fantasy, it’s love.
“Where Is the New Born Child?” — a Christmas carol from the novel.
Amazon – F. Spackman:
This is a fabulous book! The writer takes us on a behind-the-scenes look at what could possibly have happened during the events of the Nativity. The story is rich in detail without being wordy. The action is exciting! But what absolutely enthralled me was the author’s creation of cities that were invisible to the rest of the world at that time. The juxtaposition of the highly evolved scientifically advanced culture mixing with the Middle Eastern culture at the time of the birth of Jesus was fantastic! It is a tribute to the author that the science fiction aspect of the story does not detract from the magnificent and awe-inspiring event of the birth of the Savior. I am planning to read this every Christmas. I highly recommend this book.