Pearl Maiden: A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem
Christian Liberty Press, Jul 1, 2003 - Fiction - 371 pages
Sir H. Rider Haggard, the famous author of King Solomon's Mines, wrote this classic adventure novel about a young Christian woman who grew up in a Roman Empire during the first century. As this woman faces hardship and numerous fiery trials, her faith is strengthened by the Lord. The climax of the novel is when she ends up in Jerusalem during the Roman siege and subsequent destruction of the city in 70 A.D.
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Superb readUser Review - MamaTo7 - Christianbook.com
A friend recommended this book to me and I found it to be a riveting story. A bit slow in the beginning, as you sort out the characters and get into the time period but Oh! so worth it. This book is a ... Read full review
Review: Pearl MaidenUser Review - Hannah - Christianbook.com
Pearl Maiden is a tale of courage and bravery set in the faith-testing times during the destruction of Jerusalem and 70 A.D. Miriam's courage is sorely tried as she is mercilessly persecuted for her ... Read full review