The Two Chambers

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  • Title: The Two Chambers
  • Author: Pedro Puech
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  • Page: 364
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  1. When I heard that The Two Chambers told the story of Michael Servetus, I was anxious to read it Servetus also known as Servet is a little known figure from the Reformation, whose tale I had encountered as an editor of history textbooks In my opinion, Pedro Puech made a clever choice in turning the story into a thriller The narrator of the tale, Benjamin, is an apprentice to a doctor both of whom are Jews forced to convert because of the Inquisition Benjamin particularly fears discovery because o [...]


  2. I loved PEDRO PUECH s story of the perils of being a freethinker during the Inquisition The story, as told by a young Jewish physician, chronicles the quest of learning why the heart has two chambers In a time when questioning how the body works, other than by the divine hand of God, was considered heresy, and printing such a book, a death sentence, PUECH shows how Calvinists and Catholics actually worked together to rid the world of anyone who questions their authority The pictures of the princ [...]