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During the story itself there is no preachy attitude taken and I believe this allows for the reader to take in what is being delivered, a story about a man who did something and seeks forgiveness just as all others do. Was his sin any greater than any other persons sin? This is a work of fiction and a what if kind of book. It is meant to make you think, open your mind, and at times be blown away by the simplicity of thought that has escaped so many for so long.
Royle brings certain elements from scripture into the story that are often left out of the discussion of Judas and I believe are very important in knowing who Judas was.
Well worth paying for, which I did. My score of a 4 is based on a book reviewer scoring system I have that I use. It keeps me honest. 5 would be something just exceptional like a Fitzgerald or Steinbeck. Jason Royle's book is better than the meets expectations of a 3. It makes you think, keeps you moving along, and has you telling a friend about it. I would find it interesting to see what he could do with this character in developing a full length novel based on him and giving him a history.
I enjoyed Royle's work immensely, and his writing style and message went far above and beyond my expectations for this story. I highly recommend his work to anyone that has an open mind, or chooses the path of acceptance and possibility over that of judgment and closed minded ideals.
I found the story very imaginative and well written and a little convicting. Judge not lest ye be judge kinda thing! It was well written and thought provoking. Thank you Jason for an enlightening read.