Deliverance (The Moses Chronicles #2)
Experience the life of Moses as never before, following his journey from fugitive of Egypt to prophet of God. In this exhilarating follow-up to H.B. Moore’s biblical drama The Moses Chronicles: Bondage, the account of Moses’s flight from Egypt continues. Moses’s life as he knew it is over. He has chosen to stand for his beliefs at the cost of being cast out of his royal ho...more
I liked how the chapters alternated between Moses and Zipporah. It was interesting to see the contrast between his life in the wilderness and as an Egyptian prince. He was happier in the wilderness ...more
This book brings the story of Moses to life. So often in biblical stories, the people become lessons I learn from and I forget that there w ...more
I missed reading more about Miriam and Bithiah, I really enjoyed their voices and stories, but they were in Egypt so obviously not around at this point in Moses' life. But they will return in the next book.
With the absence of the two aforementioned female characters, we have a new main female voice, Zipporah. ...more
I thought that the author did an excellent job of writing Moses' character. He seemed to really jump off the pages. I loved the way that I was able to see him as a man first, and then realize that he was just a normal man who Heavenly ...more
I loved reading about Zipporah and how she care ...more
The story alternates between Zipporah and Moses kept me intrigued and reading and falling in love with characters I know from the Bible but don’t really know. I loved reading about
Zipporah’s life in the desert and Moses’ transition from palace life to living as a desert nomad, how they met, and fell in love. Zipporah, Moses, Jethro, were all well-developed characters that I wished ...more
Zipporah has lived in the wilderness all her life. That's all she knows. When Moses and her meet, they don't speak each others language, but actions speak louder then words.
This is a sweet love story, and that is what takes up most of this book (no compla ...more
This is the second book in a series, but the first that I have read. I didn't have a problem keeping up with the story, because I am familiar with the Biblical account.
This book begins after Moses left Egypt and wandered in the desert. I was amazed at how H.G. Moore brought the tribes of the harsh land alive for me. I thought about how it must have been to live during that time and circumstances. (I am very grateful for air conditioning, microwaves, etc.) It made me think about ...more
Another wonderful book from Heather B.Moore. The second book from this trilogy and can't wait for the last one. The writing is so vivid and realistic. I feel like I'm back in ancient Egypt. I never knew the full story of Moses, but this book has made me live it. It sucks you in in and you can't put it down. I'm a big fan of this author. She knows how to transport port you into the story. I look forward to book 3 and hope t ...more
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
With the narration switching between Moses and the Midianite maiden, Zipporah daughter of Jethro, whom he is destined to meet, Heather Moore introduces us to many new characters in this entertaining tale of historical, religious fiction. ...more