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Rennie Haran and the Letters Home by E.D. Opstein
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.97" Weight: 1.21 lbs.
Release Date Jan 17, 2007
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1600349714 ISBN13 9781600349713
Availability 100 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 04:36.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Rennie Haran and the Letters Home?
Danger, passion and faith come alive! Jul 31, 2007
Archeology a page turner? Yes, with elements of danger, passion and faith interwoven. Great characters developed in believable ways whom I felt I knew. Each scene was vivid in description. AND, a fascinating premise - what happened to the writings of Jesus? What would happen if they were discovered? A great story, and I'm not sure what was fact or fiction.
This should be a movie. It should be on Oprah's list, too! I particularly liked the author's website www.rennieharan.com because it shows photos of pyramid tombs and places in the middle east. I got copies for my kids and recommend it to anyone.
Indiana Jones meets The DaVinci Code Jun 7, 2007
When Rennie Haran asked if she could get stories with more importance, she never knew she'd get what she asked for and THEN some.
The thing I liked most about this book - or ANY book - is that it is a page turner. You just want to keep reading and reading and reading, but then the details of life make you stop, put the book down and do other things. At first I thought the "back and forth" from modern day Iowa and 1920's London between chapters was going to be annoying, but it actually turned out to be one of the things I loved most about the book. Just as I was getting wrapped up in Rennie and Angie's modern day investigation, the chapter would end, but pick up with Professor Justus' events in 1920's London and be as interesting as the previous chapter.
There was enough intrigue to make me want to skip a few pages ahead to see how the events would turn out, but I didn't want to miss a word on the pages I was currently reading, so I just focused harder on the story.
In the end, I felt uplifted, and glad that good triumphed over personal gain and wonder how the world would benefit if such a find were to be produced and made available to the masses.