In this novel we are introduced to Rahab, whom we know is the great-grandmother of King David. We are shown glimpses of her life and through some events that happened; the walls coming down in Jericho, Rahab saving the two spies, and the eventual marriage of Rahab to Salmon, and the birth of Boaz.
This is a factitious novel on one of the main characters in the lineage of Christ. I have to admit it does take courage to write about people in the Bible, and to use supposition to write a novel around it. The author is a great writer, she keeps the audience captivated, but I wasn't really into the novel because it is mostly fiction, mixed with a few facts from the Bible. The novel is well done and captivating, true to the historical times, but when it comes to the Bible, I don't like to "add" to the
I only keep repeating this, so that everyone will know that it is only partial fact and not all true history. This is a great story of forgiveness and grace.
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