Iscariot: A Novel of Judas (Hardcover)
A Novel of Judas
Howard Books, 9781451683769, 336pp.
Publication Date: February 5, 2013
Praise For Iscariot: A Novel of Judas…
"The research and writing is impeccable and masterful."
"This brilliant, sympathetic reinterpretation of Judas will force readers to reexamine the man they thought they knew."
“Tosca Lee continues to mature and deepen as a master story-teller. Iscariot is the best example of this to date. I can hardly wait for what is coming!”
-William P. Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Shack
“Written in a voice that is original, animated, and refreshing, Tosca Lee has forged a poignant tale of Judas, a character we only thought we knew. History and emotion entangle into an entertaining nugget, each page like a tasty treat.”
-Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The King’s Deception
“Tosca Lee’s take on the most notorious figure in history is at once highly imaginative and deeply moving. Weaving historical detail, human drama and spiritual insight, Iscariot will hold you all the way to its shattering conclusion.”
-James Scott Bell, bestselling author of One More Lie
“A startlingly dark and breathtaking novel. Iscariot is both visionary in scope and historically accurate down to the most minute detail—which is an astonishing feat. This is epic, masterful storytelling from one of the most gifted novelists writing today.”
-Steven James, bestselling author of Placebo
“Iscariot is one of those rare novels that makes you go deep and come out both crying and cheering at once. If you think you know Jesus or Judas, think again. Through meticulous detail and powerful prose, Tosca Lee brings the world a story that will reshape the hearts and minds of many. An absolute must-read.”
-Ted Dekker, New York Times bestselling author
"How Jesus’ suffering and ministry could disappoint or perplex is at the heart of Iscariot. It is entertaining fiction rooted in the story of Judas and Jesus. It will cause you to reflect and rethink what you know. It is well -done, solid fiction.”
-Darrell L. Bock, Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
“To call the writing excellent is a severe understatement—phenomenal might come close, but even that is not quite strong enough. . . . It’s complex, inventive, beautiful, heart-wrenching, and a multitude of other positive adjectives all which speak of a well-written, inspiring novel.”