About The Zealots
When two friends take different paths, their lives are changed forever.
“No man knows what is in his friend’s heart.” ~ Talmud, Pesachim
Political angst of Roman rule has never been more harrowing than in first-century Judea.
In the mounting murderous and tragic events, Shim’on joins a radical movement. He craves peace, but can he find peace living in the Zealot caves among snakes? Can vengeance satiate his demons? His idealistic friend fares no better when he is taken into the underbelly of the Holy City of Jerusalem.
Here, we find the illustrated brightness of classic adventure from the beginnings of the Christian faith.
This is the stuff of legends, myths & fables entertaining readers of Ben Hur, The Silver Chalice, Two from Galilee, The Robe, A Man Called Peter, and The Mark of the Lion. “G.K. Johnson recreates the remarkable story of Christ’s Passion from the landscape of Roman rule, the roaming Zealots, diminishing returns, and vicious crucifixions where the appearance of one man’s reason takes prisoners by storm.” – Karl Wheeler, teacher
Can anyone predict the outcome of a choice? A HEADY AND IMAGINATIVE READ. Get this.
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G.K. Johnson lives in the Southwest with her husband and son. Always an avid reader, fond memories of frequent bike rides to her local library, where gracious librarians fed her appetite, wedge themselves into the making of this author. For years she dreamed of writing a book like the ones that captured her imagination. Her life was turned upside down when her husband introduced her to overseas travel, opening her eyes to a whole new world and fresh writing inspiration. On a trip to Israel and Jordan in 2018 she fell in love with the land of the Bible. Following that adventure, her daily Scripture readings took on a new depth and fascination that inspired The Zealots. She continues to enjoy reading, writing, and studying Biblical history. The Zealots is her first novel.