King Jesus by Robert Graves

The novel is a historical fiction that offers a unique interpretation of the life of Jesus, blending myth, history, and scholarly reconstructions. The narrative presents Jesus not merely as a spiritual leader, but as a royal figure with a legitimate claim to the throne of a significant Eastern empire. The story delves into the political and religious intricacies of the time, reimagining biblical events and characters with a focus on the complex interplay of power, prophecy, and historical destiny. The author weaves a rich tapestry of ancient cultures and traditions, challenging conventional views of biblical history and providing a thought-provoking exploration of what might have been.

The 7175th greatest book of all time


Published
1946
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
143,000
Original Language
English

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