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Review and Herald Pub. Association, 2002 - Bible - 463 pages
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Based upon meticulous research, Fivash paints a compelling panorama of Egyptian society, with authentic Egyptian names, clothing, and customs, and draws us deeply into Josephs world. You will cheer as he maintains his integrity through prison and through the labyrinth of court intrigue to become ruler under Pharaoh. You will delight in his conquest of the heart of beautiful Asenath. And you will be left with a deeper faith in his God.The author creates a detailed picture of daily life in Egypt with a cast of nearly 80 vibrant characters. Her narrative, filled with fresh insights into one of the great stories of all time, unlocks the secrets of the culture that cradled the Exodus.

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I have read the story of Joseph dozens of times, and this book brings his character fully to life. It is rich with cultural details that make you feel like you are really there with him! It is a must-read!

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This book is my absolute favourite book!!! I love it! I just love how the author puts so much culture, politics, and places into her writing in such a realistic way, while combining it with one of the best-loved Bible stories! So very realistic. I've read it so many times! A lot of research went into this book, and the lessons the author brings out are very good. I really recommend that anyone over the age of 12 read this book, it is great! 

About the author (2002)

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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