The Franciscan Conspiracy

  • Par John Sack
  • Lu par Geoffrey Blaisdell
  • 15 h 26 min
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Résumé de l'éditeur

This work of fiction explores the great 13th-century mystery: Why was the body of St. Francis stolen and hidden? A multilayered, intricately plotted tale develops as the Franciscan Order destroys all early biographies of Francis by his closest disciples in favor of a sanitized biography of the powerful St. Bonaventure.The story begins 30 years after Francis's death, when Father Leo, Francis's closest friend, is dying. Bound to a vow of silence, Leo sends a cryptic message to Conrad, his own favorite student, connecting him with an unlikely companion, 16-year-old Sister Amata. The two begin to search for the truth about St. Francis, a truth that will shake the faith of the masses to the core and bring into question the foundation of the Franciscan Order.


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Un agréable moment

Very nice book. Mysterious but far from the hysterical theories one can find in "DV code"-like books.
It has a kind of serenity of its own that leads you through the story.
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Détails du livre audio

  • Date de publication : 14-02-2008
  • Éditeur : Blackstone Audio, Inc.