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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
How a Hebrew found favor with a Pharaoh.In the Book of Kings, we read about Jeroboam. Jeroboam was a Hebrew, who found favor with Pharaoh Shishak. He had been exiled from his homeland by King Solomon. As the chief counselor to Pharaoh Shishak, he uncovers a plot to steal all the valuables in the tombs of the dead. There are many twists and turns in his quest to find who is behind the robberies. He almost loses his life several times. Who can he trust in this foreign land? Maybe, Kennet, the daughter of Pharaoh, whom he is given as a wife. Will he survive long enough to have a life with her?
This was a real page turner. I enjoy reading stories based on the Bible. There is so much drama and intrigue. Sometimes, it was a little hard to follow--who was who. Good or bad? This story is good for introducing people to those Books of the Bible that they may not normally read. I recommend this story to all Christians.