“The 13th Tribe” by Robert Liparulo

The 13th Tribe is a thrilling fiction book about a group of Israelites that were punished for their sin of idolatry by roaming the earth as endless wanderers.

Believing that they need to atone for their sin by the execution of sinners, following their graphic experience at Mount Sinai, this Tribe is ready to redeem themselves through their eternal existence. Familiar with every event that has occurred since the massacre and revelation of the two tablets of the Torah, the Tribe has a knowledge and experience that has permitted them to form, and steal, the most advanced technologies known to man.

Liparulo’s style of writing permits both skilled and casual readers to experience the tales of the Tribe and their opponents. Hearing the thoughts, seeing the action, and knowing the intent for all the characters, Liparulo displays his effort, and why so many authors give such high praise of his work. Suspenseful, action-packed, and bending the concepts of both Jewish and Christian theology, Liparulo’s work is an excellent piece of fiction to be enjoyed by all.

I recommend this book as a perfect afternoon escape. Check it out in the SG Store.Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.

3 thoughts on ““The 13th Tribe” by Robert Liparulo”

  1. Nice review. I think this is one of Robert Liparulo’s best.
    The premise of the 13th Tribe is an intriguing Biblical “what if?” By
    the way, the publisher has put together a cool online game to promote this
    book, in which you solve clues to stop The 13th Tribe from destroying a city. The game launches this Monday, you can find the details at http://theimmortalfiles.com

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