Sidney Phelps Little’s “Caleb’s Journey” is now available for purchase

The publication of the book by Sidney Phelps Little, “Caleb’s Journey,” was delightfully announced by Citi of Books. This amazing novel can now be purchased through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retail outlets.

Sidney Phelps Little was a graduate of business management. He owned and ran his own printing and computer supply business until 1994. After selling that business, he flew as a contract flight instructor at Kirtland Flight Center at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque. It was during this time that he wrote One Step from Glory. Though the book is classified as a novel, it follows actual events that took place during WWI.

Following that, he wrote Caleb’s Journey. This, too, was a historical novel based on both secular and biblical histories. The main character, whom he would call his alter-ego, had viewed Jesus as he lived and died in Israel. This book recounts the history of the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 by the Romans.

“Caleb’s Journey” by Sidney Little is a wise and inspiring depiction of life in the historic walled city of Jerusalem. It is a timeless tale of struggle, tenacity, and faith.

The book was written for Christians and lovers of history. This epic novel of historical fiction follows a simple man named Caleb from his first encounter with John the Baptist to the crucifixion of Jesus and through the early days of the siege on Jerusalem until the city fell in 70 A.D.

As readers go on a glorious journey through one man’s passion and honor, vast, sweeping, and relevant real events are relived. When Jesus walked this earth, Rome ruled the world, and with one bloody battle after the other, the Romans finally laid claim to the birthplace of Christianity. Early citizens were faced with trials, tribulations, and heartache as they wrestled with their spirituality and the forces of war and aggression.

Sidney Phelps Little’s “Caleb’s Journey” is now available for purchase through the link provided below:

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