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Paraclete Press, 2007 - Fiction - 178 pages
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Ramates discovers a new luminary in the sky. What begins as his darkest day leads the hunter-priest on a journey to follow an ancient prophecy that will lead him to a new country to see the foretold king. He confesses a dark secret and offers a gift more valuable than the oil of myrrh, the power of frankincense, or the weight of gold.

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User Review  - tracyfox - LibraryThing

Magi is the fictional story of Ramates, one of the three wise men. It provides a wealth of details on the Parthian culture, caravan travel and Middle Eastern geography. Grounded in writings of the ... Read full review


User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Ramates, one of the magi, follows the ancient prophecies and sets out to follow the star that will lead him to the Promised One. This slim holiday volume makes a good stocking suffer. First novelist Gilbert is a professor at Tennessee Wesleyan College. Read full review


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