Testimony Dec 13, 2010
This is the second book in the Mark of the Lion Series. I liked it even better than the first. It's set in first century Rome. This one follows Marcus, as he searches for the truth about Christianity for himself, having seen it displayed in the life of a slave named Hadassah. It also shows life, death, illness and disability in that culture. I loved it. It shows what people thought of Christians during that time, and how the early eyewitness testimony of Christ and the bravery of the Christians facing death made a great impact on the culture. It had as much head-hopping as the first book, but I was distracted enough by the story not to care.