Song of Redemption (#02 in Chronicles Of The Kings Series)
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About "Song of Redemption (#02 in Chronicles Of The Kings Series)"
When King Hezekiah discovers that God's Law forbids him to take multiple wives, he must choose one woman to love. He must also choose to trust God's promises when he decides to rebel against his powerful Assyrian overlords. Hezekiah seeks to strengthen his nation's fortifications by building a tunnel in Jerusalem to hide his water supply. The tension mounts as the Assyrians march closer--and Hezekiah's tunnel remains incomplete.With his officials advising him to submit to the Assyrians, Hezekiah's faith is once more severely tested. Chronicles of the King Book 2.
Meet the Author
Lynn Austin has authored several works of fiction, including Candle in the Darkness and Hidden Places, both winners of Christy Awards. In addition to writing, Lynn is a popular speaker at conferences, retreats, and various church and school events. She and her husband have three children and make their home in Illinois.
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This is the sort of series that you can be proud to have on your shelf and to recommend and lend out to others. Excellent realistically developed characters.
I found this series amazing. It really helped me to understand the complexities of relationships and timelines mentioned in Isiah and in the Chronicles. I would highly recommend these books to anyone who has ever put Isiah in the too hard basket. Althought I must point out that this book is not ALL biblical fact. Lynn has done a fantastic job in this series making the book of Isiah and the chronicles come alive. Austin has done a truly amazing job researching these works, she connects dots I didn't realise were there. She is very clear in the introduction about what is from the text and what has been created from literary licence and from documents from the time. In this series the kings come alive, they become accessible people we can empathise with and appreciate. Isiah has become one of my favourite books as a result of reading this series.