Item description for The Resurrection File (Chambers of Justice Series #1) by Craig Parshall...
Overview Chambers of Justice series novel/fiction
"If you are captivated by the work of John Grisham, you are really going to love this book..." Tim Wildmon
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 5.4" Height: 1.05" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2002
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Series Chambers Of Justice
Series Number 1
ISBN 0736908471 ISBN13 9780736908474
Availability 0 units.
More About Craig Parshall
Tim LaHaye is a New York Times bestselling author of more than 70 nonfiction books, many on biblical prophecy and end-times. He is the coauthor of the record-shattering Left Behind series and is considered one of America's foremost authorities on biblical end-times prophecy.
Craig Parshall currently resides in Washington, in the state of District Of Columbia. Craig Parshall was born in 1950.
Spanish Language Biography: Tim LaHaye es un autor bestseller en la lista del New York Times con mas de setenta libros de no ficcion, muchos de ellos acerca de profecias y el fin de los tiempos, y es el coautor de la serie Left Behind con ventas record. Se considera que LaHayes es uno de las autoridades mas reconocidas de America acerca de las profecias biblicas del fin de los tiempos. Visite www.TimLaHaye.com
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Resurrection File (Chambers of Justice Series #1)?
A Thought Provoking Work, But Not Enough To Hook Me On This Series Aug 21, 2006
The same year, there were two new Christian novelists, both of which wrote legal dramas. One was "Directed Verdict" by Randy Singer (for which I also wrote a review), and the other was Craig Parhall's "The Resurrection File". I happened to read this book immediately after I finished "Directed Verdict", and thus it was natural for me to compare the two. Both have rave reviews by Christian attorney Jay Sekulow. Additionally, both novels introduce their main character by having him represent a client in a case concerning access to abortion clinics, neither main character being a Christian, and the client refers a friend to the main character, which is the main case. Here, the similarities end. I don't know if I would have liked this book better if I had not read Singer first. I find Parshall's characters less interesting than Singer's. I also find the plot a little less believable. So why did I give it four stars? If it was an option, I would have given it three and a half, and upped it because of the importance of the Resurrection to Christianity. If someone thinks Parshall improved from the first one, let me know. I liked the book okay, but I have no interest in continuing with the series.
Intriguing, well-written, can't wait to read the next one May 15, 2006
I was drawn into this story from the first page. It is well-written, full of suspense, and tackles tough issues with depth and insight. Faith is subtle and is woven throughout the fabric of this rich story. But it doesn't preach. It allows the story to lead the reader to his or her own conclusions.
I can't wait to read the next in the series. I was surprised to see that this book was released in 2002. How did I miss such a great series?
I would classify this as a ..... Feb 23, 2005
a good read. Not one that you can't put down, but the questions it address are relevant to every person: your view on the ressurection, and Jesus. The surrounding story is OK, but the beggining stoty thread has been done to death in Movies and other books. I have brought all of the other books in this series,and they are woth a read.
Outstanding beginning of a series! Oct 27, 2004
What a find this was! I won't repeat the plot line like several others. Rather, I'll say that this first novel caused me to rush to my computer to buy all 4 that have been released and to pre-order the one releasing in January! Parshall does a fine job with characterization, creating 3-D likeable characters. Attorney Will Chambers struggles with internal and external forces to get his life and career back on track. We end up with a close study of the man plus an intriguing plot and some great courtroom dialog. I have now read all 4 of the Will Chambers books and can't wait for the next one. They have each been unique and exciting to read...enough action to keep you up late because you just have to find out what will happen. This author is a treasure. The added prize is the deep spirituality of his Christian message. There is something (and most likely everything) to delight all readers in this book and in all his books.
Very Disappointed Aug 6, 2004
First - let me say that I am a Christian (Baptist). With that said, I must say I truly found this book almost unreadable. The characters are way to "hodge podge" for my tastes. The Rev. MacCameron comes across as an eccentric NOT an educated man of God. The story line is so interwoven into "other" areas that it's hard to keep up with everything going on - I keep waiting for something to develop - I am on page 227 - out of 392 and doubt if I'll continue. I am MOST disappointed in this story. However, I should know better than to choose anything that compares the author to John Grisham. I find Grisham's books leave a lot to be desired in that he DRAGS a story along to the last few pages and then "wraps" everything up - again leaving a lot to be desired. So, to my fellow readers IF you don't LIKE Grisham - you won't like The Ressurection File. Too bad too because I think the basic story premise is worth developing - only Mr. Parshall hasn't done that - at least to the point I'm at - leaving me with no desire to read further.