Have you ever wondered who Jesus before he became a teacher? Read the mesmerizing novel about his so-called lost years that others have called “deeply moving” and “divinely inspired.”
In 8AD, at the Temple of Jerusalem, charismatic young Yeshua thrills his audience with God’s words. While his listeners gush, not everyone is impressed. The priests scoff and say that no carpenter, however wise, can ever enter their holy ranks. Humiliated and robbed of his only desire, Yeshua resigns to a drab life as a laborer and agrees to marry the wealthy maiden his father has chosen for him.
But when a Buddhist pilgrim invites Yeshua along to the magical country Sindh, where anyone can become a monk, an irresistible portal of hope opens.
Torn between duty and following his bliss, Yeshua must choose between selfishly chasing his dream and shielding his family from everlasting shame.
Riveting, enlightening, and deeply moving, The Transmigrant is a brilliantly vivid story about Jesus’s lost years that will fascinate you and stay with you forever.
If you enjoy spiritual, thought-provoking fiction like The Celestine Prophecy or The Alchemist, and have ever wondered if Jesus did travel in India, you will love this intriguing page-turner.
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About the Author
Kristi Saare Duarte is Estonian by origin, Swedish by birth, and a New Yorker in spirit. She has spent her life traveling the world and chasing adventures. Always open to change, Kristi has resided in Sweden, England, Estonia, Spain, and Peru, and has visited more than 75 countries across six continents. Currently, she lives in Harlem, New York City where she works in finance during the day, but is truly an author, Reiki healer, and spiritual channel at heart.
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