Moon of Israel: A Tale of the Exodus
by H. Rider Haggard
Publisher: ManyBooks 1918
Number of pages: 240
Moon of Israel is an amazing retelling of the Biblical story of the Exodus from the view point of Ana, the Egyptian scribe. Ana provides a down to earth naration of the ancient egyptian times during the reign of Pharoah's Meneptah, Amenmeses, and Seti. It is the story told from a different viewpoint that includes historical information, action, adventure romance, and internal struggles that are still seen in today's times.
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