Tuesday, October 31, 2006

"Eye Witness" by Robert James Luedke on TitleTrakk

Hi all:

I have a new review posted over at TitleTrakk. It's for Robert James Luedke's graphic novel Eye Witness: A Fictional Tale of Absolute Truth.

Here's how my review begins:

The first book in this fully-illustrated adventure stars forensic archaeologist Dr. Terence Harper, “The Bone Man”. When the skeptical Harper is summoned to Israel by his former best buddy to help authenticate a newly discovered artifact, he knows it must be something big. He doesn’t have to wait long to find out just how big.

As soon as he and his assistant arrive from the airport, they are led deep into the archaeology labs of the Israel Ministry of Antiquities and shown a 1st century AD document containing an eyewitness account of the activities of a Galilean named Jesus. Purportedly authored by a high-ranking member of the Sanhedrin, the report was commissioned by the Jewish governing body as a record of Jesus’s blasphemous claims to be the Messiah.

Wow! I love this kind of story! ...

Click here to find out what I like, didn't like, and didn't agree with in this ambitious project.

For more information on Robert James Luedke's other graphic novels and works in progress, visit his website.

It's been pretty quiet around here, but that will be changing soon!

Stay tuned ...


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