A sweeping, epic retelling of the story of the Tower of Babel. . .
More than a century after the worldwide flood, Noah, now the forefather of the living world, works peacefully in his vineyard until tragedy tears apart his relationship with his son, Ham.
Years later, dark prophetic dreams inextricably link him with a young man carrying scars from a painful past, and a young woman who longs for acceptance yet harbor secrets darker than either of them imagine.
Will Noah face the role he played in the slow unraveling of his family?Or will everything collapse when they meet the evil attempting to swallow the world at. . . the Tower of Babel?
This heart-pounding Biblical novel is an engaging look at one of the Bible’s most fascinatingcharacters, and gives a window into one of the great mysteriesthat have permanently affected civilization today… the infamous Tower of Babel! This novel gives some context to the relationship betweenNoah and his children and the power of prophecyand the ability for a word to set the course of history in motion.
While this is fiction, it does a wonderful job of framing the Biblical narrative . Brennan‘s writing is truly captivating and is hard to put down. It also shedslight on an aspect of Biblical history that not much detail is known about . To find out more about the author please visit brennanmcpherson.com
When the lovely, fiesty, Lady Olivia and her beautiful, gentle sister are captured by Sir Aldric at the command of Lord Put, it’s not weapons, but sparks that fly between the two amidst a dangerous situation that could cost the two and those they love their very lives ! This swoon worthy , heart pounding medevial romance will leave you breathless . It’s a page turner you won’t want to put down .
I love the chemistry that develops between the characters . It’s very believable and balances desire with restratint and passion with self – control!
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This book is a gem you will want to return to again and again 🙂
Hi there to all my readers. I have been very busy as I am in the world of school and have done almost nothing but read textbooks. However, Spring Break is coming! This means… more blog posts about some fabulous books coming you way, so stay tuned!!!:)
Remember the Lilies is another beautiful addition to Liz Tolsma’s series of books which are set during World War II. This is definitely a stand alone story, however, and can be read independently of the others in the series. Once again, I was very impressed with the author’s ability to make me truly feel that I was back in time and going through the struggles along with the characters.
The setting is very interesting and one that I was not terribly familiar with. Everything takes place in the Philippines, mostly in the Santo Tomas Internment Camp. I thought that there was an excellent balance in the story of the struggles that the prisoners were facing, as well as everyday moments, and also hope for the future. Granted, there are some disturbing and painful incidents in the story, which serves to make it very realistic. And, as time goes by, the hope…
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