A very bold and deliberately outrageous fable rehearsing Pullman's familiar and passionate fury at corrupt religious systems of control . . . But also introducing something quite different, a voice of genuine spiritual authority. Because that is what Pullman's Jesus undoubtedly is. --Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
A small gem or, given its explosive story and exquisite artistry, a hand grenade made by Faberge. --Sunday Times
Clever and thought-provoking. --Guardian
Pullman has a gift for creating scenes that make the reader want to put down the book and say "wow" . . . this is a book that remains in the mind days after the final page has been turned . . . The greatest story ever told has come alive anew.
--Times Educational Supplement
Philip Pullman retells the story of Jesus in this explosive addition to Canongate's Myths series
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