The Map of the Carpenter

The Map of the Carpenter

by James Fox

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Overview

For centuries rumors have spread in regards to a map that told about the location of perhaps the most sacred artifact known to mankind – the cross which Jesus was crucified upon. What makes this map so valuable is the cartographer who created it – Jesus Christ Himself! Come with us now as we search for its location with our heroes, Fathers Luke O’Malley and Roy Hanley, along with Professor Philip Kasstajet and his constant companion and dearest and loyal friend Numomo Tobasso. Together, they embark for distant lands: Mozambique, Spain, Ireland, and Malta. Only to be separated back in the States between Key West, New York, and Maine. As if this wasn’t enough excitement, add to the boiling cauldron, the ever--present Levi Al Natas, old Satan himself! So find a comfortable seat and make sure all the doors and windows are secure. You are about to take a trip which will leave you guessing, what will happen next – right up to the last page. If you are not satisfied with how most modern novels come to a sanitary conclusion, you will be asking and craving for more books to be written like The Map of the Carpenter.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781469772776
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/20/2000
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 995,298
File size: 261 KB

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The Map of the Carpenter 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You'll be rooting for the hero to win from the very begining. Creative insight and good old fashioned story telling has a little something for everyone - from fiction to subliminal humor. Pick this book up today and become one of Fox's biggest fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My interests were peeked. I felt that I knew the characters and embarked with them for their treasure. Completely holding my interest from begining to end. Easy reading and flowing with knowledge and insight of the supernatural. It's as though Mr. Fox knew from first hand the experiences the characters were feeling. Good verses evil has been a good source for books in the past but finally here's a book that gives that evil a face and a name. It makes you think twice about the past,present and future of all humanity.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story captures you attention and keeps it throughout the whole read. A tale of two New York priests and their two companions who travel the world in search of the ultimate find, a map of the location of the pieces of the cross that belonged to Jesus! Throughout their journey the four encounter others who are out for the map for the wrong reasons including the devil himself! The reason they learn is that the map holds special powers to the one who finds all of the pieces to the cross. Definately take the journey and see for yourself!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story is an easy one for a reader to follow.Jesus created a map that tells of the location of the true cross .The devil,Levi Al Natas is seeking it out along with two priests,one professor and his companion.The reader follows the theme to various locations around the globe,that eventually brings the story to the States.Along with the many twists,the is humor sprinkled in between biblical references.I would recommend the book to all ages,there is no profanity in its content so parents once they finish it can pass it on .The Map Of The Carpenter is a blend of Indiana Jones meets Stephen King.