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As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion #3) Paperback – March 1, 1998
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Atretes. German warrior. Revered gladiator. He won his freedom through his fierceness . . . but his life is about to change forever.
About the Author
Francine Rivers began her literary career at the University of Nevada, Reno, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and journalism. From 1976 to 1985, she had a successful writing career in the general market, and her books were highly acclaimed by readers and reviewers. Although raised in a religious home, Francine did not truly encounter Christ until later in life, when she was already a wife, a mother of three, and an established romance novelist.
Francine and her husband, Rick, live in Northern California and enjoy the time spent with their three grown children and every opportunity to spoil their grandchildren.
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I was really disappointed with this cover. Atretes is described as the most handsome man anyone had ever seen, but I didn’t find this true on the cover. Surely the graphic artist could have come up with a better picture than this. I’d liked him in the other books, as he struggled to survive. However, he is so cruel, unyielding, and contentious here, I didn’t like him at all. In fact, he made a better villain than hero. I could understand some of this, but I think it was overdone. The head-hopping continued, and I didn’t need the recounting of the entire Bible. A little would have sufficed, because I wanted to get on with the story. I was also disappointed with the ending here. It ended somewhat happily, but there was little emotion to satisfy the reader. Again, the last sentences just told what would happen in the future. However, I would still say the series as a whole is wonderful.