One Night with the King: A Novel of Hadassah

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Baker Publishing Group, 2005 - Fiction - 443 pages
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Tommy Tenney's powerful fiction debut "Hadassah: One Night With the King" has been adapted for the big screen with a Fall 2005 release. This major box-office production, filmed in India, includes the introduction of Tiffany Dupont as Esther, with starring roles for Omar Sharif and Peter O?Toole, along with John Rhys-Davies and John Noble (both from the "Lord of the Rings" movie trilogy).

This movie edition of the novel includes stills from the movie sets, bringing vivid images to this already gripping novel of intrigue and suspense, love, and hate.

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User Review  - mookiekat - LibraryThing

This is the most fasinating book I have ever read. Throughout the book I felt as if I was a part of the story, as if Hadassah was telling me the story, as if we were walking side-by-side throughout ... Read full review

Great book would recommend it to all my friends.

User Review  - Joey -

I really liked this book and I couldn't put it down! The author did a very good job of writing from Esther's experiences with the King. If you enjoy reading the story of Esther in the Bible you will enjoy this book! Read full review


Human son of Hammedatha
Hadassah daughter of Abihail
Xerxes son of Darius

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About the author (2005)

Tommy Tenney, has ministered in more than 72 countries. Three generations of ministry in his family heritage have given Tommy a unique perspective on how to share the Gospel today. Tommy spent 10 years pastoring and has spent over 20 years in itinerant ministry. Tenney and his wife, Jeannie, reside in Louisiana with their three daughters and two Yorkies.

Mark Andrew Olsen is co-author of the bestseller "Hadassah", as well as "Hadassah Covenant", "Rescued, " and "The Road Home". He is sole author of the Christy-award finalist "The Assignment", as well as "The Watchers" and "The Warriors".

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