Nick Cominsky thinks his buddies are pulling a fast one on him when the invitation arrives in the mail: A dinner with Jesus of Nazareth? Yeah, right. But curiosity gets the better of him and he decides to find out exactly what kind of joke his friends have come up with. What Nick wasn’t counting on was that this dinner was going to change his life. Walking into the restaurant, Nick is surprised to meet, not his colleagues, but “Jesus”, who claims that Nick’s buddies had nothing to do with the invitation. And Nick is surprised at how much this man knows about his personal life. Nick tries to test this Jesus, doubting that this man is actually who he says he is, but for everything Nick brings up, Jesus has an answer. And by the end of the dinner, Nick realizes that Jesus is really who he says he is. From the minute I turned the first page, I was pulled into the story. I didn’t want to stop reading. David Gregory writes in a way that makes it really real. This book is one you won’t want to miss. I received this book free from the publisher for this review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Juvenile Fiction - Religious - Christian - Fantasy
Fiction - Christian - General