A small military team travels back in time to film the theft of Jesus’ body from the tomb.
The Israeli team, led by Benjamin Feinan, has exactly seventy-two hours to collect the video evidence. Failure threatens the existence of Israel and may cause the world to slip into all-out war. Drawn into a web of first-century deception and death, the only way to escape is for Benjamin to change the past. In the present, a traitor attempts to sabotage the mission and seize control of the military complex. Only Benjamin can reveal him, but he is trapped two-thousand years away. Even with a time machine, time is running out.
What Others are Saying…
Who wouldn’t want to time-travel back to first century Jerusaem to see if the Resurrection really happened? Amy Deardon has given me the next best thing with her novel bringing old Jerusalem to life. I raced through the book at lightspeed and enjoyed it immensely. Strong characters and an unpredictable plot made this a book I’ll want to read again. Randy Ingermanson, Christy Award-Winning Author of Transgression and Oxygen
If you could go back to Christ’s crucifixion, would you do it? What if the only way you could was by time-traveling with skeptics bent on proving Christianity is based on a lie? Author Amy Deardon tackles these provocative questions in her phenomenal debut novel: A Lever Long Enough. Readers will find themselves enveloped in the scope and import of this adventurous tale where love, loyalty, and faith will be tested in the crucible of first century Jerusalem. Wayne Thomas Batson Bestselling author of The Door Within trilogy, Isle of Swords, and Isle of Fire