God King A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah Living History Library (E–book)

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  • God King A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah Living History Library
  • Joanne Williamson
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 9781883937737

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FREE DOWNLOAD God King A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah Living History Library õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Royal son succeeds unexpectedly to the throne of Kush and Egypt a divine rulership It's not long however before a treacherous plot pushes him into sudden exile and into the hands of Amos an emissary of King Hezekiah seeking help with wh. It dragged on for a while and told you useless information Inside the Titanic A Giant Cut away Book Giant Cutaway Book unexpectedly to the throne of Kush and Egypt a divine rulership It's not long however before a treacherous plot pushes him into sudden exile and into the hands of Amos an emissary of King Hezekiah seeking help with wh. It dragged on for a while and told you Ni bestias ni dioses useless information

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FREE DOWNLOAD God King A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah Living History Library õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Om he will fight the mighty Assyrian Sennacherib promising alliance or Hezekiah the Jew who trusts in Yahweh A novel inspired by research of the historical King Taharka and period Includes an introduction with home education suggestions. Based on true events which are then beautifully and thoughtfully embellished this book is a delight for young adult readers and their parents Joanne Williamson is an expert at writing historical fiction that really appeals to youth Her books bring the characters to life and raise wonderful uestions about right and wrong justice and truth without being either heavy handed or too simplistic Young Taharka is one of dozens of children of the Kushite Pharaoh but when he is chosen to succeed his father he finds the job like a prison And his older half brother Shabataka is certainly not happy to be set aside as The God King when he fully expected to be chosen as the next Pharaoh But there are many problems facing the young God King and the worst of them is the invading army of Assyrians When he must escape in the middle of the night from those who would kill him Taharka s life changes forever Now on the run he begins to see the rest of the world And he must decide what kind of leader should a man be Many things appeal to me in this novel The author has taken small historical clues and from them tweaked out well rounded characters and exciting events that are reasonable if not provable A strong female character Shepnuset with enough fire and spunk to defy the rules laid down for her is another reason to love this novel Taharka is both likeable and yet not perfect This makes him an accessible hero and one that boys and girls can all connect with The various religions of the different peoples are all treated with respect This is not a heavy handed treatise on Christianity at ALL But for me the thing I like best is the way it plants the idea that evil is evil no matter who is committing it a stranger an enemy or even your own brother Evil is evil and if you choose to serve evil you become evil Recommended for strong readers in grade five about age 9 or 10 all the way up to adults One scene of city destruction is pretty graphically described There is no cussing or sex Nos trajeron los barcos uestions about right and wrong justice and truth without being either heavy handed or too simplistic Young Taharka is one of dozens of children of the Kushite Pharaoh but when he is chosen to succeed his father he finds the job like a prison And his older half brother Shabataka is certainly not happy to be set aside as The God King when he fully expected to be chosen as the next Pharaoh But there are many problems facing the young God King and the worst of them is the invading army of Assyrians When he must escape in the middle of the night from those who would kill him Taharka s life changes forever Now on the run he begins to see the rest of the world And he must decide what kind of leader should a man be Many things appeal to me in this novel The author has taken small historical clues and from them tweaked out well rounded characters and exciting events that are reasonable if not provable A strong female character Shepnuset with enough fire and spunk to defy the rules laid down for her is another reason to love this novel Taharka is both likeable and yet not perfect This makes him an accessible hero and one that boys and girls can all connect with The various religions of the different peoples are all treated with respect This is not a heavy handed treatise on Christianity at ALL But for me the thing I like best is the way it plants the idea that evil is evil no matter who is committing it a stranger an enemy or even your own brother Evil is evil and if you choose to serve evil you become evil Recommended for strong readers in grade five about age 9 or 10 all the way Maria dos Canos Serrados up to adults One scene of city destruction is pretty graphically described There is no cussing or sex

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FREE DOWNLOAD God King A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah Living History Library õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB A never before published tale by the author of the best selling Hittite Warrior carries the reader back to Ancient Egypt and biblical Jerusalem It is 701 BC rule of the Kushite dynasty in ancient Egypt Young Prince Taharka a very minor. A compelling adventure that illuminates Egyptian Assyrian and Israelite ancient culture A fun read for children that neither avoids nor indulges in the practice of war in that timeParents should be advised this is historical FICTION and teach it as such Particularly in regard to the main character an egyptian pharoah very little is known of him Reading the author s note at the end will help to clarify the line between fact and fiction but also spoils some of the plotBible believing parents should note the main character is not Hezekiah but an Egyptian pharoah As such he prays to numerous god s for help at various points While he is intrigued by the Israelite God he clearly makes no allegiance to Him