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This review is from: My Name Was Judas (Paperback)
Idas the Greek gives us the story of his life. We come to know he is actually the Judas so reviled in the Gospels. Idas welcomes a blind traveller Ptolemy and his retinue. He keeps his true identity concealed from Ptolemy (his old friend Bartholomew by any other name, and a man who has his own secrets) in order to debate the Christian stories with him.
I'll say no more, but this is a very easy read, with a very intriguing "What If...?" proposition at its heart. Some may find the theories controversial but i would recommend this to anyone with even a passing interest in the subject matter.