Item description for Caballo de Troya 7 (Nahum) (Caballode Troya) by Juan Jose Benitez...
NAHUM-la ciudad de Jess- abre una nueva etapa en la serie "Caballo de Troya." En esta sptima entrega del mayor norteamericano que viaj a la Palestina del siglo 1 todo cambia.Descubrir la trama no es aconsejable. Usted, probablemente, no dar crdito a lo que lea en sus pginas. Quiz tenga razn, pero no olvide que la verdad supera siempre a la ficcin. S, podemos asegurarle que si se decide a leer NAHUM, sus certezas religiosas saltarn por los aires, afortunadamente. Nada de lo que se considera oficial y ortodoxo guarda relacin con lo escrito en "Caballo de Troya." NAHUM es el libro nmero cincuenta de los escritos por J.J. Bentez. En septiembre de 2005 se cumplieron treinta aos de la aparicin de su primera obra, EXISTIO OTRA HUMANIDAD. Hasta el presente ha vendido ms de seis millones de ejemplares.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.7" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2005
ISBN 8408063014 ISBN13 9788408063018
Reviews - What do customers think about Caballo de Troya 7 (Nahum) (Caballode Troya)?
Amazing this book help me to find God (ab-ba) bymyself with out religions Aug 22, 2007
In this book wrote by Juan jose benitez i found a gate for the aproximation for the true im glad now im not scare it help a lot everybody should read it i have the complete set of books im waiting for the # 9. The humans dont need religions what we need is find god by ourselfs ........ jj benitez did not copy from urantia book thats a completly lie read the whole set of books that are 9 then u talk
enough... Apr 8, 2007
Ok, after telling myself I will not read another Caballo de Troya..curiosity got the best of me...
The book is not that bad, there are some interesting episodes to ponder upon...however, it also has some major flaws; like someone has written, it looks more like vessel to promote J.J. Benitez's own beliefs about UFO's and Urantia, instead of focusing in the two pilots odyssey...
Benitez presents a version of Juan el Bautista as a demented albino with red eyes, which I found sort of odd and not convincing. In my opinion, this was a desperate attempt to push "the against the church ways" agenda that Benitez likes to promote in all of his books, but it is quickly becoming old..
Another point is that Jesus was sort of missing in action most of the time, which made the book very different from his previous works. The author failed to forget that the pilots were not suppose to get involved in the events surrounding them. Frankly, the whole romance triangle of Jason and Eliseo with Jesus' sister Rachel, is more of a case of running of out creativity and expanding a story that needed to be giving the proper closure a book ago. I really wish Benitez will get to the point with the story; 300 pages of failed romances, circles, diarrheas, Melkisedek visions and a crazy albino with bees? ..seriously.
Benitez stop milking the cash cow..
Caballo de Troya 7 Jan 18, 2007
This item was new and it came at the time promise. Thank you!
Trojan 7 review. Mar 17, 2006
This books doesn't exactly follow the pattern of the previous ones, and is not what you expected to read. The writer delays the main character experiences as to extending the chain of books on the topic. Yet the book pulls your attention to the end, and includes a "soap opera" part with the beautiful romantic part of the weird, but normal feeling that both "time-travelers" experience with the sister of Jesus, Rachel. The last chapter was the one that I like the most, very spiritual, reveals the spiritual bias (beliefs) of the writer. It's a wonderful chapter, though, in this series, and opens your apetite for more.
Caballo de Troya 7 (Nahum) (Caballode Troya) Feb 26, 2006
The book is interesting. A must if you have been reading the previous volumes ( 1 to 6). Not as good as the first one, but still, it is giving a lot of interesting facts (if you believe on it) about the unknown life of Jesus. I try to skip the foot notes, because, even if they give me a lot of information, most of the times it has nothing to do with the core issue. As a whole, I consider the book a good purchase.