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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Mary Magdalene By Diana Wallis Taylor

Long maligned as a prostitute or a woman of questionable reputation, Mary Magdalene's murky story seems lost to the sands of time. Now a portrait of this enigmatic woman comes to life in the hands of an imaginative master storyteller. Diana Wallis Taylor's Mary is a woman devastated by circumstances beyond her control and plagued with terrifying dreams--until she has a life-changing confrontation with the Savior
My Thoughts:t
There are many books about the infamous Mary Magdalene but Taylor brought her to life in her book.What I loved abot the book was that it transported me back to Mary's time the descriptions of the food, places, and the people were so well done.
We really get to kno Mary an her tubles before she meets with the Savior by the time you get there with her you are almost in tears because you know all that this young woman has suffered. I really enjoyed my time with Mary . I enjoyed this one So much more than I did Martha.
 The cover is also beautiful once you get the image of the beautiful Mary on the cover in your head you can see her throughout the rest of the book.
a very eay to read book for the weekend. It is not a preachy  book it was more about Mary as person as opposed to the religion. So If you are looking fora refreshing read in to biblical time try this one.
Thank to Revell for the chance to read this beautiful story.