The Expected One, Paperback
4 out of 5 (2 ratings)


A deadly political rivalry that ended in two brutal executions...An intricate love triangle that altered the course of history...A religious revolution that changed the world...THE TREASURE...For two thousand years, an undiscovered treasure rested in the rocky wilds of the French Pyrenees.

A series of scrolls written in the first century by Mary Magdalene, these startling documents hold the power to redefine the events and characters of the New Testament.

Protected by supernatural forces, the priceless cache can only be uncovered by a special seeker, one who has been chosen for the task by divine providence - The Expected One.

THE CHOSEN ONE...When journalist Maureen Paschal begins the research for a new book, she has no idea that she is stepping into an ancient mystery so complex and dangerous that thousands of people have killed and died for it.

As a long buried family scandal comes to light, she can no longer deny her own role in a deadly drama of epic international consequences.




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This is the story of a woman who finds that she has links to the holy grail. She also finds that she's dragged into controversy and that there are a number of different people who want her to join them because she has a lot of potential power.I found it readable but only just, there are huge leaps of faith involved in some of the logic and the story, despite it's claim of authenticity (which really didn't do anything to improve the story for me). The interlinks that it builds between almost all the famous women of history stretched even my flexible credulity! The fact that I've read almost everything that she's using as references didn't help.It's not the worst thing I've read, I found it readable but it didn't make me want to rush out and get the sequel.

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This book really made me think. The plot was complex but not too confusing, the characters were realistic and engaging, and the premise is factually based, which made the book even more appealing. There is a list of references in the back for those who want to follow up on her research. Based on her website, it seems somewhat autobiographical as well, which I found very intriguing. I really looked forward to reading the next installment.