The Book of Lazarus

The Book of Lazarus In this humorous short story experience Lazarus perspective of his surprising resurrection at the hands of his friend Jesus of Nazareth Author Beth Morey skillfully dips into comedy while remaining

  • Title: The Book of Lazarus
  • Author: Beth Morey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this humorous short story, experience Lazarus perspective of his surprising resurrection at the hands of his friend, Jesus of Nazareth Author Beth Morey skillfully dips into comedy while remaining respectful of the characters place in religious tradition.

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      Published :2019-03-01T18:38:39+00:00

    About “Beth Morey

    • Beth Morey

      Beth writes, paints, and dreams in Montana She is the author of EVERYTHING WE NEVER KNEW and NIGHT CYCLES and , and is also the owner of She of the Wild Her words and art have appeared in various publications, such as xoJane, Somerset Studio, Still Standing Magazine, Wild Goslings, and Disney s Family Fun In addition to her quirky little family and their three naughty dogs, Beth is in love with luscious color, moon gazing, and dancing wild She writes soul into flesh at sheofthewild.

    898 thoughts on “The Book of Lazarus

    • Very light, fun read. Before reading, I was a bit worried that there would be lots of anachronisms and inaccuracies that would annoy me (there are pros and cons to studying biblical exegesis - whether making a big deal of historical inaccuracies in bible-inspired fiction is a pro or a con I haven't yet figured out). There were and weren't: they were there but didn't annoy me at all as they worked very well with the tone of the story. I liked how Lazarus and Jesus were portayed as human and somew [...]


    • I loved this! I didn't even know it was going to be about the Biblical Lazarus, I just read it because I love Morey's writing so I was in as soon as I saw it was available. Short stories are so underrated, in my opinion, and I certainly thought this one could have been fleshed out and turned into more, but I like that it wasn't. That it just got to still be a short story, but now with so much humanity written into it. Just, go read it. It's funny and warm and a little sad. It's good, that way.



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