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Biblical Fiction

To Dwell Among Cedars – Connilyn Cossette

You know what Connilyn Cossette should have been? A poet.  Every line of her stories are so beautiful, you forget you’re reading fiction. That’s how I felt when I read my very first Cossette novel, “Counted With The Stars” and that’s how I felt when I closed the final page of “To Dwell Among Cedars.”…

Daughter of Cana – Around The World In 80 Books #75

Setting: Israel Time Period: 27 A.D. I’ve always loved Angela Hunt’s novels and her new release, “Daughter of Cana,” did not disappoint! This New Testament story is set around the story of the wedding at Cana when Jesus turned the water into wine and took readers on a journey with Thomas’ sister, Tasmin and Jesus’…

Isaiah’s Legacy – Around The World In 80 Books #50

Setting: Israel Time Period: 693 BC – 651 BC Ever read about the Old Testament kings and come across a verse that says, “And so-and-so began to reign when he was nine years old?” and wonder, “How could someone so young rule a nation?” If so, then Isaiah’s Legacy by Mesu Andrews is a must…

Welcome to Isaiah’s Legacy Blog Hop – Stop #18 & #19

1 Week ~ 24 Blogs ~ 3 Incredible Prizes! Learn a little about Isaiah’s Legacy and enter multiple giveaways while picking up CLUES at each stop. Compile all the clues, submit the final PHRASE at the last stop, and you’ll be entered to win one of 3 Grand Prizes! What are the prizes? They’re completely…

By The Waters Of Babylon – Around The World In 80 Books #18

Mesu Andrews is becoming one of my go-to authors for Biblical Fiction – she can take a time period from the Bible, mix in some interesting characters and tell a story both entertaining and educational regarding the Biblical record. By The Waters Of Babylon, second book in the Psalms Series, does all of that. Different…

Of Fire and Lions – Mesu Andrews

Ever since I read Mesu Andrews book, “In The Shadow of Jezebel,” I fell in love with the author’s ability to make me think about Biblical stories in new ways.  Ways that make me realize that God intended a godly life to be practical and filled with blessings…sounds boring, right? Well, not when Mesu Andrews…

Egypt’s Sister – Angela Hunt

I have always enjoyed Angela Hunt as an author from the few books I’ve read from her.  Whether it be Pilgrims forging their way in the New World in “Roanoke,” or adventurers sailing across the ocean in “The Golden Cross,” I always thought her books were lively and interesting.  “Egypt’s Sister” was the first Biblical…

Flood – Brennan S. McPherson

If you read my review about the first book in the “Fall of Man Series” on Goodreads, you’ll know that I didn’t have a high opinion of the approach the author took with Cain’s story. However, Flood was the complete opposite…seriously, I couldn’t put this book down! The characters were believable and the plot was…