[KINDLE] ❥ The Passion of Mary Magdalen (Maeve Chronicles, #2) ➛ Elizabeth Cunningham – Girlnailart.us

The Passion of Mary Magdalen (Maeve Chronicles, #2) For The Millions Of Readers Fascinated By Dan Brown S Revelations About Mary Magdalen In The Da Vinci Code, Here, At Last, Is Their Chance To Meet The Gospel S Most Provocative Woman Face To Face On Her Own Terms.Make Way For A New Magdalen Born On A Celtic Isle To Eight Warrior Witch Mothers, Maeve Is Raised To Be As Brave As Any Hero In Her Stubborn, Enchanting Voice, She Recounts Her Perilous Quest For The Young Man, Esus, Whose Life She Once Saved From Druid Sacrifice Captured And Sold To A Roman Madam, Maeve Is Sustained By A Fierce Sense Of Identity, Compassion For Her Sister Whores, And Her Unquenchable Love When She Wins Her Freedom And Finds Her Lost Lover, A Stormy Life Begins For Both As We Follow The Passion Story Through The Eyes Of Jesus S Partner By Turns Feisty And Funny, Outrageous And Tender, This Celtic Mary Magdalen Challenges All Stereotypes, Both Old And New Age, And Brings Us To Transforming Encounter With The Divine Feminine Made Flesh.

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[KINDLE] ❥ The Passion of Mary Magdalen (Maeve Chronicles, #2)  ➛ Elizabeth Cunningham – Girlnailart.us
  • Paperback
  • 640 pages
  • The Passion of Mary Magdalen (Maeve Chronicles, #2)
  • Elizabeth Cunningham
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • 0976684330

10 thoughts on “The Passion of Mary Magdalen (Maeve Chronicles, #2)

  1. says:

    This novel truly took me by surprise This is the second of a trilogy of books featuring the title character, who calls herself Maeve The premise is this What if Mary Magdalen of the New Testament was actually of Gaelic decent a Celt with blazing red hair who was raised as a sort of Pagan priestess in a culture withfemale than male deities What if she and Jesus became friends as kids, and fell in love in young adulthood And what if they were separated and went through enough travails This novel truly took me by surprise This is the se...

  2. says:

    The title of this book doesn t do justice to just how astonishing it is At turns reverent and irreverent, bawdy, earthy, spiritual, funny, moving, human and divine, it s an incredible journey with wonderfully dimensional characters A massive book, and so involving, I had to put it down periodically and take a breather, but each time I picked it up again I fell right into the narrative, drawn away and drawn in so completely.The narrator, Maeve, aka Mary Magdalen, is a voluptuous Celtic girl who The title of this book doesn t do justice to just how astonishing it is At turns reverent and irreverent, bawdy, earthy, spiritual, funny, moving, human and divine, it s an incredible journey with wonderfully dimensional characters A massive book, and so involving, I had to put it down periodically and take a breather, but each time I picked it up again I fell right into the narrative, drawn away and drawn in so completely.The narrator, Maeve, aka Mary Magdalen, is a voluptuous Celtic girl who goes from priestess, to Roman slave and common prostitute, to pagan priestess, to beloved wife of Jesus Told in the first person, Maeve s voice is an instant and enduring hook the p...

  3. says:

    I don t give a lot of five s but this is a book of truly extraordinary delight It is the story of the Jesus mythos last days told through the eyes of his saucy, celtic druid reared, Goddess Isis worshipping sacred whore lover wife Maeve also known as Mary of Magdala The book is at times raucous laugh out loud funny and at other times it will break your heart I loved the humanness as well as the divinity and the rendering of the disciples from thick as a block to plotters, schemers and all the I don t give a lot of five s but this is a book of truly extraordinary delight It is the story of the Jesus mythos last days told through the eyes of his saucy, celtic druid reared, Goddess I...

  4. says:

    I was raised a Catholic I went to a Catholic middle school, and currently attend a Jesuit college In high school, I went to religion class on Sundays and made my Confirmation.But try as I might prepare for some blasphemy here , I could not bring myself to care about Jesus.Okay Not care may not be the right way to describe it I couldn t relate, is what I m trying to say I knew teachers who got teary eyed during the Stations of the Cross every year, but to me that particular Mass was just I was raised a Catholic I went to a Catholic middle school, and currently attend a Jesuit college In high school, I went to religion class on Sundays and made my Confirmation.But try as I might prepare for some blasphemy here , I could not bring myself to care about Jesus.Okay Not care may not be the right way to describe it I couldn t relate, is what I m trying to say I knew teachers who got teary eyed during the Stations of the Cross every year, but to me that particular Mass was just another obligation And reading the Bible just made Jesus seem even less approachable He always seemeddivine than human to me and, let s face it,...

  5. says:

    I have always hated the fact that Mary Magdalene has been called a prostitute throughout history when she in fact was not one That being said, if you completely disconnect this book from the bible, Christianity and Judaism, its a great historical novel about women in ancient times It is full of sex, passion, sorrow and drama The relationship between Jesus and Mary is beautiful Elizabeth Cunningham manages to describe an infinite love that is grander than just two people You will love this b I have always hated the fact that Mary Magdalene has been called a prostitute throughout history when she in fact was not one That being said, if you completely disconnect this book from the bible, Christianity and Judaism, its a great historical novel about women in ancient times I...

  6. says:

    Elizabeth Cunningham s long awaited sequel to _Daughter of the Shining Isles_ now sold under a different name , this book follows Maeve in her days as a slave in the Holy Land Although it s a thick book, I read this in no time at all since I could never put it down Maeve goes through so much in this story.from slavery to harlotry to sacred spiritual harlotryfrom the depths of despair to being the lover of the Christ but never quite his unquestioning follower Being of a Christian ba Elizabeth Cunningham s long awaited sequel to _Daughter of the Shining Isles_ now sold under a different name , this book follows Maeve in her days as a slave in the Holy Land Although it s a thick book, I read this in no time at all since I could never put it down Maeve goes through so much in this story.from slavery to harlotry to sacred spiritual harlotryfrom the de...

  7. says:

    Against my better judgement 4 stars, because a she did her homework and b was wildly imaginative The tone is romance novel with tongue in cheek or not and her sentences are often clich s I just finished Mary Karr s Lit, which is so beautifully written that I kept reading sentences aloud to anyone who would listen In the first 200 pages of The Passion of Mary Magdalen, I read aloud sentences because they were so bad And yet Her imagined Mary Magdalene is at her best taking on well kno Ag...

  8. says:

    Earlier this year I read the prequel to this novel and absolutely loved it Something I can t say all together about this part of the series Don t get me wrong, I still like the story and Maeve is still het witty, feisty, funny and dramatic The writing is still amazing and the authors family background with 9 generations of Episcopal priests shows all through the writing So with didn t I like about this book Well the first 60% of the book It took forever before Jesus showed up and we really Earlier this year I read the prequel to this novel and absolutely loved it Something I can t say all together about this part of the series Don t get me wrong, I still like the story and Maeve is still het witty, feisty, funny and dramatic The writing is still amazing and the authors family background with 9 generations of Episcopal priests shows all through the writing So with didn t I like about this book Well the first 60% of the book It took forever before Jesus showed up and we really got going on the whole passion sto...

  9. says:

    I started this book with mixed feelings, and I m very glad I finished it Considering I loved Lamb The Gospel According to Biff, Christ s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore, which many find blasphemous I was surprised that I found the book jolting, but in the end moving.Maeve Rhuad, who becomes Mary Magdalen, is a Celt warrior goddess I didn t read the first volume of the Chronicles, where she meets Jesus, and then is cast away, where she is captured, becomes a Roman slave In this volume, sh I started this book with mixed feelings, and I m very glad I finished it Considering I loved Lamb The Gospel According to Biff, Christ s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore, which many find blasphemous I was surprised that I found the book jolting, but in the end moving.Maeve Rhuad, who becomes Mary Magdalen, is a Celt warrior goddess I didn t read the first volume ...

  10. says:

    The whole Maeve Chronicles series is superlative, highly recommended, one of my favorites I would recommend it for fans of strong women, Celtic fantasy, Biblical reinterpretation, myth and magic, Goddess fiction, the Mists of Avalon In a nutshell, Mary Magdalen is re visioned as a Celtic ex pat and Jesus wife, a magical and strong and sometimes foolish woman, and her tale spans the course of four well researched and well written books Written with cheek and humor and glory and beauty, all at The whole Maeve Chronicles series is superlative, highly recommended, one of my favorites I would recommend it for fans of strong women, Celtic fantasy, Biblical reinterpretation, myth and magic, Goddess fiction, the Mists of Avalon In a nutshell, Mary Magdalen is re visioned as a Celtic ex pat and Jesus wife, a magical and strong and sometimes foolish woman, and her tale spans the course of four well researched and well written books Written with cheek and humor and glory and beauty, all at once.In Book Two, The Passion of Mary Magdalen, Maeve journeys to Rome as a slave and whore, makes friends, searches for Jesus, is claimed as a priestess of Isis, winds up inmyth and legend, founds a temple of ...

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