“May I ask why you are traveling with an Elf-woman?” Skumbog inquired after they had arrived to the Great Hall of Mt. Gram. Skumbog was pea green skinned and dark haired.… Continue reading
John, the beloved disciple, observes as Jesus is tried and condemned to death before Pontius Pilate.
“High cliffs upon both sides, and ahead were two sheer hills, blacked-boned and bare. They were the Teeth of Mordor, two towers strong and tall, and they were not left unguarded…”
“’I think my grandfather was very much like you, Mr. Spock. He thought logic was like a ladder to the sky. He climbed up, but ultimately he had to jump off, for it would take him no further…’”
After Jesus is taken prisoner in the Garden of Gethsemane, the disciples John and Peter follow after him to see if they can find out what will befall their master.
“There was a presence in the fog, the moon saw its breath–once in, once out…”
John the Beloved retells his experience in the Garden of Gethsemane from a first person perspective in the first part of this heart-rending historical fiction account by Ellen Virginia.