Revealing, Rivoting, Revolutionary
The way the character of Rahab was revealed through her thoughts, actions, reactions.
Awesome performancen in nuance of expression. Great interpretation of character.
Rahab, to hear one on one how her conversion to the Hebrew Elohiem and Yaweh became a reality in her life.
A great new perspective of the Battle of Jericho.
Not really, as I was expecting much more from this usually great author.
The story was just depressing, lacking the usual balance of redeeming bright side Cindy is known to bring out of dark beginnings.
The heroine gathering fruit from the loft was the only scene that I still see clearly. It made me both laugh and cry.
Don't give up on this author if this is your first book from her bookshelf.
The variety of points of view juxtaposed throughout the book.
Full blown characters revealed through dialogue presented through three very different voices.
Oh yes! And feel a whole paridigm shift in my racial consciousness!
I thank God for this great book and what it might do to help heal racial divides that persist throughout the country and in the south particularly.
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