Reviews – 10
If you’ve bought and read the book “The Missing Years of Jesus” and you’d like to tell me and everyone else what you think of it, then please do so and make your contribution as long as you wish. To be fair to those who haven’t yet bought the book, but are thinking of doing so, please don’t go into detail about precisely what the book contains in terms of evidence, but feel free to say whether you agree or disagree with the conclusions I’ve come to.
If it turns out that I’ve been unclear at any point, or if you have any particular questions, then I’ll try to answer them. I’ll either do this in the form of a short addition to the body of your submission, or else I’ll post it up on the front page as a separate post if it requires a longer explanation.
“Have now read the book; absolutely fascinating stuff and I recommend it to anybody interested in the subject. There’s a lot more in there than just Jesus.”
Phil Gardiner of Gardiner’s World: best-selling author, TV chat show host and award-winning filmmaker.
“This eminently readable and engrossing book is divided into three main parts…..Dennis Price casts the net far and wide, and in the process hauls in a very impressive selection of curiosities, anecdotes and enigmas, meaning that even if some readers aren’t wholly convinced of the basic premise of the book, they will nevertheless find many fascinating insights into the distant history and mythology of Britain, as well as some rather surprising observations on various figures from our more recent past…there are plentiful points of interest throughout a very well written and clearly expressed set of ideas, many of which draw the reader’s attention to people and places that may not be immediately familiar to all.
This book should be of great interest to anyone who likes a good mystery, and wishes to decide for themselves to what extent a discrete set of data points could be assembled to form a coherent explanation to a mystery that has for the most part, never been fully explored in over 2,000 years.
Although I’ve covered some of the salient points raised in this detailed and analytical book, I have by necessity given a greatly abbreviated account in this review, partly because there is so much material to cover, and partly because it should be for the reader to embark upon an adventure which through various twists and turns, makes for one of the most readable books I’ve encountered in a very long time”.
“Of course, Dennis Price is right. The likelihood of Jesus remaining in Nazareth as a carpenter is surely low?…Certainly, this is a book I would recommend to everyone who is interested in archaeology and in the history of religion.”
Colin Wilson, author and philosopher, one of the world’s greatest living authorities on ancient mysteries.