When the king is murdered, Esther struggles to understand God's role for her and the people of ancient Persia. And in a parallel story set in the Middle East, the Israeli prime minister's wife must delve into the past to fight terrorism in the present.
©2005 Tommy Tenney; (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
I was inspired with this book. I was entertained with adventure and reflective with the over all message. Good story and good narrator.
This book is a sequel to "One Night with the King" and I enjoyed it. I liked the book despite some flaws. Listeners should be aware that the book bounces between the past and the present. I also couldn't help noticing that the author uses the word "gaze" quite often. This did not detract for me and I felt that the book continued where "One Night" ended.
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