The 200th Messiah Chayym Zeldis

ISBN: 9780595486014

Published: September 12th 2008


108 pages


The 200th Messiah  by  Chayym Zeldis

The 200th Messiah by Chayym Zeldis
September 12th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 108 pages | ISBN: 9780595486014 | 3.12 Mb

THE 200TH MESSIAH tells the story of Alan Tate and his wife, Margie, an American Christian couple in their 60s, who arrive in Israel with their church group, but go off on their own. In the Old City of Jerusalem, Margie, struck in the head by a stone, is rushed to the hospital, where she hovers between life and death in a coma. Alans reaction leads to his arrest and subsequent transfer to a psychiatric facility.

Dr. Schechter tries to bring Alan out of his psychotic episode- Dr. Ben-Ami believes that Alan is a victim of the Jerusalem Syndrome- Dr. Shmuel Hadashi takes a desperate gamble to rescue Alan from his despair. THE 200TH MESSIAH deals with evil, love, loss, vengeance and--ultimately--the question, Who is sane?

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