The Rozabal Line

Front Cover, 2007 - Fiction - 332 pages
7 Reviews
The tomb of Rozabal in Kashmir has contained the body of a great saint called Yuz Asaf since 112 A.D. But who was Yuz Asaf and what secret does the ancient tomb contain? Father Vincent Morgan is unwittingly sucked into the Rozabal tornado when flashes of his own previous lifetimes reveal some uncomfortable truths about the life and death of Jesus Christ. Vincent is soon caught in the crossfire between the Osama-bin-Laden inspired warriors of Islam, led by Ghalib-bin-Isar, and the fundamentalists of the Crux Decussata Permuta. The secret held securely within Rozabal for two millennia threatens to upset the world's balance of power. Zipping around the world caught up in a whirlwind of events, people, religion and time, from Jesus to Muhammad; from the Crusades to 9/11; from the Vatican to the White House; from Skull & Bones to the Illuminati; from Buddhist meditation to past-life regression; from the Virgin birth to nuclear destruction; and from Mary Magdalene to Osama-bin-Laden; The Rozabal Line has it all.

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User Review  - salvadesswaran - LibraryThing

Quite a gripping plot, but gets predictable at times. Another book modelled on The Da Vinci Code, this does well to keep you from putting it down. Read full review

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User Review  - amyronaldo - LibraryThing

The Rozabal Line isn't just a book about the tomb of Rozabal in Kashmir. Rather, in the initial chapters itself it transports you round the world in a tizzy of events, people, religion and time ... Read full review

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