The Jesus-Deal Collection
Gelesen von David Rintoul, Peter Marinker, John Guerrasio
Even after moving to the US, Stephen Foxx and Judith Menez are still pursued by their past and the existence of the Jesus video is both a blessing and a curse. Meanwhile, the orthodox ascetic Samuel Barron, one of the richest men alive, has his own agenda: After years of planning, Barron intends to send his son Michael and three companions back in time. 2000 years in the past, to be precise.
Michael Barron and his companions are sent back 2000 years with his father’s secretly built time machine. However, their goal is more than just meeting Jesus of Nazareth. Samuel Barron wants them to bring Jesus Christ back to the present time to fulfil the prophesized return of the Son of God himself – all the while knowing that he’ll start the Apocalypse on earth.
While Michael and his companions try to track down Jesus Christ, Judith’s brother Yehoshuah is kidnapped by the Mossad. Stephen and Judith have to return to Israel and try to find him. But this isn’t a simple kidnapping. All evidence suggests that someone is planning an assault on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem – a guaranteed start to a Third World War. The Apocalypse seems to be within reach ...
With the Mossad’s help, Stephen and Judith find out more about the terror threat: a passenger aircraft loaded with explosive material is supposed to crash into the city. Meanwhile, Michael Barron and his companions reach their goal: they meet Jesus Christ personally. Will their plan of kidnapping the Son of God succeed? And can Stephen and the others still prevent the end of the world?
Andreas Eschbach, geboren am 15.09.1959 in Ulm, ist verheiratet, hat einen Sohn und schreibt seit seinem 12. Lebensjahr. Er studierte in Stuttgart Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik und arbeitete zunächst als Softwareentwickler. Von 1993 bis 1996 war er geschäftsführender Gesellschafter einer EDV-Beratungsfirma. Als Stipendiat der Arno-Schmidt-Stiftung "für schriftstellerisch hoch begabten Nachwuchs" schrieb er seinen ersten Roman "Die Haarteppichknüpfer", der 1995 erschien und für den er 1996 den …Mehr erfahren