Ruth and Boaz: Strangers in the Land

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Review and Herald Pub. Association, 2005 - Fiction - 317 pages
7 Reviews
With a cast of over 70 characters and a plot that tugs at the heart, Terry Fivash, author of Joseph, breathes new life into the story of Ruth--singer of songs, faithful friend, and daughter of royalty. But who would have a stranger from a foreign land? This biblical fiction has been carefully done so as to be historically accurate. The author pulls from her masters degree and love in history to recreate scenarios that put the reader in the culture and times of the real characters in the story. This fiction is educational.

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Review: Ruth and Boaz: Strangers in the Land

User Review  - Sheena - Goodreads

Ruth's story is one of my favorite Bible stories, and reading this book of Terri's, with so much detail has made it all the more dear. Read full review

Review: Ruth and Boaz: Strangers in the Land

User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

Another winner by Terri Fivash, Boaz and Ruth are portrayed in the standard damsel in distress and knight in shining armor, I literally couldn't put it down. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Fivash holds a master's degree in history from Andrews University and is a member of Phi Alpha Theta. She is an independent contractor in the field of data conversion.

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