Calvary is the place where Jesus Christ paid the ultimate sacrifice for the redemption of mankind and for our sanctification and where he answered to every litigation of the accuser against us. Calvary invariably represents the cross as the cross represents our savior, Jesus Christ. Man on earth is on a journey of discovering, and this search can only have a positive end when it culminates at the knowledge and acceptance of our Lord Jesus as a personal savior, friend, redeemer, and God. Man has been given the right to choose between good and evil at all times but not the right to choose his destiny, his fate, or the circumstance of his life. Discovering Calvary has been a journey of twenty-one years. The hero of this novel, Samuel Okorie, is a young Nigerian youth born into an orthodox Christian family. The plot takes us through both his physical and spiritual journey from the tender age of about eight years old to maturity. Samuel eventually attains maturity not by succumbing to stronger (spiritual) forces or stronger arguments on lifes ideas and Christian tenets but by making decisive personal choices. Discovering Calvary, therefore, is about this journey. In the plot of the story, the reader is exposed, along with the hero, to some aberrations that inadvertently exist in the lives of avowed Christians. The reader sees Samuel Okorie forced by circumstances beyond his control to discover life truths and standard Christian tenets. The readers sympathy might be aroused because she/he identifies with the hero and feels his pain. The reader rejoices at Samuels eventual victory at the discovery of Calvary.