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The Copper Scroll

2 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Joel C. Rosenberg

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Author: Joel C. Rosenberg
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
2 reviews about The Copper Scroll
review by . August 27, 2006
Joel Rosenberg has gotten a lot of press lately with his end-time prophesy novels that seem to predate actual headlines. His latest book, The Copper Scroll, takes off from where The Ezekiel Option left off. It's not quite as good, but still it's an enjoyable read with a few things I need to research further...    Jon Bennett finally gets married to Erin McCoy (from the prior novel), and they are both ready to bid farewell to public government service. But as soon as they are …
review by . August 20, 2006
From the opening page, until the final paragraph, this book moves with rapid pacing. The plot is carefully constructed and the characters are so real you feel like you are reading nonfiction. I've read each of Rosenberg's other novels and this one carries the same quality as the other pageturners.    You will be amazed at the twists and turns of this well-written novel. I loved it.
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