The Spear by James Herbert

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ISBN 100451090608
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The Spear: A Novel of the Crucifixion. This panoramic novel of the last days of Christ ranges from the palaces of imperial Rome to the strife-torn hills of Judea-where the conflict of love and betrayal, revenge and redemption, reaches a mighty climax in the drama of the Crucifixion/5.

A hunt for the spear that killed Christ. The Spear Of Destiny. The SS and the Nazi obsession with ancient relics. Indiana Jones came a lot later than this book. James Herbert pulls back the veil on the esoteric past.

The Nazis did scour the world for knowledge and power just like in the Raiders Of The Lost Arc movies. This book is really good/5. "By the Spear is an impressive book" --Gerard DeGroot, The Times (UK) "Ian Worthington is one of this generation's leading historians of ancient Greece and Macedonia.

In this book he provides for the first time in a single volume a comparative perspective on Philip and Alexander's empire building, and he admirably succeeds in making this complex and convoluted story accessible to the uninitiated."Cited by: 6.

Jan 27,  · "The Spear" plays more as a spy novel than a horror novel, and with that caveat having been said, fear not there are moments of horror. For Herbert has attempted one of the few true mummy novels in horror. There are only a few of them around, and most were written long before this one/5(12).

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Oct 05,  · Review by Arron Clegg. James Herbert has long been regarded by many people as Britain’s finest horror writer of the 20th century and with his 5th novel The Spear it is hard to argue against such claims.

It is a horror novel that has it all, ghosts, the occult and Nazis. The writing in this book is quintessentially British.3/5. Nov 01,  · "By the Spear is an impressive book" —Gerard DeGroot, The Times (UK) "Ian Worthington is one of this generation's leading historians of ancient Greece and Macedonia.

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The spear of light was a great and solid addition, while there is some dumbing down of Dante, it wasnt as severe as the Silver Theif book. The Spear of Light has been my favourite in the series and I'm eagerly waiting for the next entry.

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~ Mark Deming, Rovi%. Tip of the Spear: Part 4 – A Shot Across the Bow By Jim Gibson on October 22, This final blog post before the book Tip of the Spear is finished, stems from my worries about some of the global scenarios that are starting to play out right before our eyes.

By the Spear also discusses how armies in this period were used as avatars of social and cultural change, and how the problems Alexander faced in dealing with a multi-cultural subject population, the strategies he took to what might be callednation building, shed light on contemporary problems in culturally dissimilar regions of the world.4/5(1).

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"Tip of the Spear is a prescient treatise on the way technology will continue to shape the new world order. Jim Gibson’s engaging writing style conflates complex themes with a relatable narrative. A must-read book for arm-chair futurists and parents raising the next generation in these unprecedented times.".

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