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Product Details

  • Paperback: 360 pages
  • Publisher: DeWard Publishing (May 23, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936341174
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936341177
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,037,019 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Judisch on May 18, 2012
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Best-selling author Robert Liparulo's opening endorsement, "Sandi Rog has done it again..." is spot on. She really has.

Book Two in the "Iron and the Stone" series, and sequel to the award-winning "The Master's Wall," "Yahshua's Bridge" follows our beloved characters, David and Alethea, as they experience the trials and the victories of the early Church. This time, however, a previously supporting cast steps to center stage and transports us from Rome to Alexandria to the depths of desert-bound Egypt, and beyond.

Young Alexander has come into his own. Tutored in the physical arts of the warrior and the spiritual disciplines of a believer by his mentor and de facto father, David, 'Zander' discovers himself and his surprising past--but that's not all. He also discovers his future in the person of David and Alethea's daughter, Elianna. Elianna's take on this? Well, she's not so sure.

On her own journey of self-discovery, Elianna sheds the shackles of societal convention. When Zander disappears, her persistent hope in his return to the fulfillment of his promise dwindles. Meantime, David whisks her away from Rome in the charge of protectors on a journey from her enemies and from what he has become. But he doesn't count on the Lord's intervention, as so few of us do. Hold on for the ride, folks. Oh, yeah. It's dizzying.

Ms. Rog's in-depth research pairs wonderfully with her exceptional storytelling ability to yield a gripping 1st-century tale of betrayal and love, failure and faith. You don't read about early Rome, you feel the paving stones beneath your sandals as you race with Elianna through the streets.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dina L. Sleiman on November 4, 2011
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In Yahshua's Bridge I found an amazing novel full of romance and intrigue just as I've come to expect from Sandi Rog. Beyond that, I found an epic struggle of good versus evil played out against a backdrop of martyrs, coliseums, and gladiators. And for added fun, Sandi even took me on a journey to the deserts of Africa where I encountered exotic sheiks and veiled ladies. Most importantly, though, this book illustrated to me more than any other novel the fact that life is but a pale illusion and the glorious reality awaiting us in eternity far supersedes any temporary pain or struggles we might face on this earth.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Roseanna White on November 4, 2011
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Stupefying, stunning, and stirring--Yahshua's Bridge is a tale that takes the reader from the darkest valley to the highest pinnacle of hope. For anyone yearning to go deeper, this story of hearts broken and promises kept will take you there, and leave you astounded by the beauty of our Savior.

I don't give words like "stupefying, stunning and stirring" lightly. It takes real skill as a writer and superb story to earn those words from me--and Sandi deserves them all. This was a story unafraid to show us the ugliness of the world, the injustices that can destroy our lives, the cruelties that might plague us. All these are written with what I can only term bravery. It would have been so much easier to tell a story with simpler conflict and a happily-ever-after for everyone involved--but as Sandi said to me, that would have been unfair to all the early Christians and what they went through for their faith.

But she did a truly amazing thing with this story--she showed all that ugliness and depravity, made me growl and cry at what befell her characters . . . and then used it to direct both the characters and the reader to the awe-inspiring glory of God. For every point of pain, there is one of hope. For every stroke of ugliness, there is eclipsing beauty.

Alexander and Elianna have a story of losing all you have at the hands of the world . . . and finding all you need through the provision of the Lord. In this breathtaking sequel to The Master's Wall you will learn how great is the power of forgiveness, how over-reaching is the hand of our Lord, how unshakable is the bond of true love, and how magnificent are the arms of our Savior.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By EmilyA on February 5, 2012
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Wow! I thought part one was amazing, but this book was even better. There is so much history and facts mingled in perfectly with a wonderful, captivating story. Yahshua's Bridge entertains, teaches, and convicts. There is something here for readers of all genres. It is full of action, history, suspense, love, and faith. You will laugh and you will cry. I hope everyone will read it and share it with someone else.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Dietze on January 8, 2012
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From the coliseums of Rome to the tents of Bedouins, Yashua's Bridge by Sandi Rog is an epic tale of faith, forgiveness, sacrifice, and love that is certain to entertain readers as it inspires them in their relationships with God.

In the year 88, AD, young Alexander is slave to his own father, unacknowledged and abused. If it weren't for his mother's Christian influence and the community of the brethren in Rome, he'd be without hope. When his fellow Christians David and Alethea promise their daughter Elianna's future hand in marriage with the gift of an amethyst pendant, Alexander determines to purchase his freedom.

But when Alexander is shipped in chains to Egypt, he must find his way to his mother's Bedouin family before he can return to Elianna...if she survives the intense persecution of Christians spreading through the empire.

Yashua's Bridge asks some monumental questions which pierce the reader's core beliefs. How are we to forgive when we've suffered cruelly at another's hand? Will God forgive when we cannot? What happens when we die?

The answers are woven into the story with such adept skill that it is easy to relate to the characters' spiritual struggles. While Rog admits that she uses imaginative speculation to illustrate death and heaven, for instance, her descriptions inspire deep consideration about heavenly realities.

In many ways, this book is not easy to read. Abuse, slavery, rape, and martyrdom are faced squarely, but without gratuitous violence or "on-screen" imagery (the rape, for instance, is told of, not shown). My heart was wounded as I read, but I wouldn't trade the experience. God used the book to change the way I think about life's problems, forgiveness, and the cost of following Him.
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