Tag Archives: Bible-based Fiction

Review: Between the Wild Branches, by Connilyn Cossette

Overview Finding a Way to Freedom Might Cost Them Everything Lukio has spent the past decade as a famous Philistine fighter, achieving every material goal with the help of his ruthless cousin. He’s also spent the time burying painful memories … Continue reading

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Review: Jewel of the Nile, by Tessa Afshar

Overview Whispered secrets about her parents’ past take on new urgency for Chariline as she pays one last visit to the land of her forefathers, the ancient kingdom of Cush. Raised as an orphan by her aunt, Chariline has only … Continue reading

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Review: To Dwell Among Cedars, by Connilyn Cossette

Overview Eight years ago, after the Philistines surrendered the stolen Ark of the Covenant back to the Israelites, Eliora and her brother left their Philistine homeland to follow it to the community of Kiryat-Yearim. Though they both were lovingly enfolded … Continue reading

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Review: Eden, by Brennan S. McPherson

Eden by Brennan McPherson Publication Date: April 1, 2020 McPherson Publishing eBook & Paperback; 332 Pages Genre: Biblical/Historical     “You want me to tell of how I broke the world.” It’s the year 641 since humanity was formed in … Continue reading

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Review: Killing a Messiah, by Adam Winn

Synopsis As Passover approaches, the city of Jerusalem is a political tinderbox. Judah, a resistance leader, plots to overthrow the Roman occupation. Eleazar and his father, the high priest Caiaphas, seek peace in the city at all costs. Pilate, the … Continue reading

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