Book Review: The People of the Book

The People of the Book (2008) by Geraldine Brooks.

Thanks to Vanderbilt Wife, I had the pleasure of reading this book. It’s the thinking person’s DaVinci Code. Brooks weaves a compelling story about modern day book conservation around the people and events of the times that a Jewish text was in crisis during its history. It’s well-researched and well-written. I recommended this for our church Book Club and can’t wait for the discussion to begin! Buy it now if you haven’t already read it.

This post contains Amazon Affiliate links, but I wouldn’t tell you to buy or read something if I didn’t believe in it. I’m just keeping it real.

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One response

  1. YAY! I’m so glad you liked it. Great book!

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