From Publishers Weekly
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This story has me enthralled. I can hardly wait to start the next book.Published 2 months ago by C. Grunert
I really enjoyed reading this book. to see how even at this time the war is still going on . God Bless IsraelPublished 14 months ago by Patricia Furlano
I loved the series Jerusalem Vigil. When I finished one I couldn't wait to begin the next. You get so caught up with the people and the struggle to save Jerusalem. A must read.Published 15 months ago by Katie Brooks
The Thoenes have a wonderful knack of weaving an accurately portrayed historical setting but keeping it fresh with a human fictional side. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robin Densmore Fuson
This shorter, faster-to-read version of Thoenes' previous series paints a horrific struggle of Israel's struggle to retain statehood, after the United Nations granted it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Here in Kimberling Cith
Like the other Bodie Thoene books, this historical fiction gives me a feeling of being there during the seemingly certain defeat. Read morePublished 20 months ago by S.V.
First of all I must say that i liked this book all in all it was a pretty good book. But it picks up where the last book of the Zion Chronicles left of. Read morePublished 23 months ago by JayBen
Oh my! This is a very powerful book.
I started reading it several years ago and had in my mind a vision of what things looked like. Read more