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I read this book cover to cover and only put it down once to go to bed!
The thing I really like about this book is that it tells the story first from the point of view of one party and then another, bringing some 'creative' insight.
This is a great story of what could have, may have or may not have happened when the Queen of Sheba visited the court of King Solomon.
Really good story. Just a bit too long for me, but was impressed with the plot and characters and how they shaped the story.Published 6 months ago by Patricia Beck
This is a very interesting novel and is kind of a sequel to her Queenmaker. I am enjoying reading it thought it took a bit to get into it.Published 8 months ago by Marcia Starck
If you enjoy biblican fiction, this is a work for you! I like how the author skips around to different story lines.Published 9 months ago by Abby Cannon
I felt like I was getting the true back-story to history. This left me wanting more. Great writing-perfect level of detail!Published 18 months ago by JANET BERNARD
India did so much research for this story. It takes you back to biblical times and the reign of King Solomon and Sheba. Read morePublished 22 months ago by M. E. Shaffer
The bible mentions the Queen of Sheba's visit to King Soloman, but gives no credible reason why. Why would a very wealthy queen of a very wealthy country travel a thousand miles... Read morePublished 23 months ago by bobofva