Thursday, 30 September 2010

Petra, A city of Stone ~ review

About the Book:

Petra, the wondrous ancient city carved from the mountains of modern Jordan, is at the height of its glory in this gripping historical novel by T. L. Higley. A young widow, Cassia, and her son, Alexander, have arrived there seeking protection with her late husband's estranged family. But when Cassia discover the man she married was heir to the throne, the power-hungry Queen Hagiru plots to murder Alexander so that her own child will someday rule. The queen, priestess of the sun-god Dushrat, calls on demonic powers in her quest, but Cassia is prepared for the fierce spiritual battle to save her son, joining a Roman named Julian and his community of believers in the Jewish Messiah. Together they seek a mighty movement of God far stronger than any dark heart or city made of stone.

About the author:

T. L. Higley holds a degree in English literature and has written six precious novels including the Christy Finalist Shadow of Colossus, City of the Dead, and Guardian of the Flame.

My review:

This is yet another new author for me and I have to say WOW! T. L. Higley makes Petra the City of Stone come ALIVE and you feel as if you are there! The History comes alive and this story is fascinating to say the least! The mystery of this story will keep you reading and if you are like me....I did NOT want to put it down!!

This is a MUST READ!

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Thank you B&H Publishing group for this complimentary copy in exchange for this honest review! ! I am ever so thankful!


Annette said...

I read this book recently as well and loved it! I'm hoping to read more of Higley's books soon.

Holly (2 Kids and Tired) said...

I loved this one too. Her next one is set in Pompeii and I'm so excited for it too!

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