The Jesus-Video, Episode 3 by Andreas Eschbach audiobook

The Jesus-Video, Episode 3: The Mission

By Andreas Eschbach
Read by David Rintoul , Jared Zeus , and Jess Robinson

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The Jesus-Video Series: Book 3

0.87 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9783838776590

Episode 3: The Mission The deciphered letter assures: the Jesus video exists. The hunt for the recording that will unhinge the world begins. Though it’s not just Stephen Foxx and his opponent John Kaun searching for answers: soon the Vatican is interested in the ominous video as well. The hunt leads everyone into the Judean mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, to the historical center of the one city that three world religions dispute over: Jerusalem. This is Episode 3 of 4 of the audio miniseries The Jesus-Video.

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Episode 3: The Mission

The deciphered letter assures: the Jesus video exists. The hunt for the recording that will unhinge the world begins. Though it’s not just Stephen Foxx and his opponent John Kaun searching for answers: soon the Vatican is interested in the ominous video as well. The hunt leads everyone into the Judean mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, to the historical center of the one city that three world religions dispute over: Jerusalem.

This is Episode 3 of 4 of the audio miniseries The Jesus-Video.

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“[A] well-researched, tricky story.” Focus

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Author Bio: Andreas Eschbach

Author Bio: Andreas Eschbach

Andreas Eschbach studied aerospace engineering at the University of Stuttgart and later founded his own IT consulting company before becoming a full-time writer. Several of his novels, including The Jesus-Video and One Trillion Dollars, became nationwide bestsellers in Germany. He has been awarded both the Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis, Germany’s most prestigious science fiction award, and the Deutscher Science Fiction Preis several times. The Carpetmakers, Eschbach’s only other book translated into English, was listed as one of the best science fiction books of 2005 by SFSite.com and recommended by Locus. In 2002 his novel The Jesus-Video was adapted for German television. Eschbach lives with his wife in Brittany, France.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 0.87
Audience: Adult
Language: English