Rivers of Babylon

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Rivers of Babylon follows the family saga of Dinah, one of thousands of captive Jews, as she and her family cross hundreds of miles to their new Babylonian home. Hardships, cruelty and fear faces them daily with their harsh captors, especially Wakeem, who'd raped Dinah during the taking of Jerusalem.Anxiety fills each day as they await their first glimpse of Babylon. More
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Words: 111,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476212340
About Lynda Moldrem

Lynda is a child of the Baby-Boomer generation who grew up in Denver, CO and moved to Greenville, SC for college, the city that is now her home. Her chosen career in education lasted over thirty years working most of that time with middle school students as a teacher, then as a principal. Currently, Lynda works as an administrative assistant to a pastor. She’s an author and speaker along with serving as the President of the Upstate Chapter of the American Christian Writers.

Her writing interested developed in adulthood starting with poetry rewritten to music for camp tunes when she worked as a counselor and lead counselor. As an educator she developed a Crisis Manual for School Safety. Poetry has been an outlet for her life experience with a song in publication—Though He Slay Me published at the Wilds Camp and Bob Jones University. Novels are her latest venture. Her Captivity Series has five books in publication with Publish America—The Summer is Ended, Rivers of Babylon, Revealer of Secrets, Image of Gold, and the Power of Lions. These historical fiction novels take the Jews through the Babylonian captivity. Three other youth mysteries called the Branson Noble Mysteries are being represented by her agent.

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Review by: Mary Boyd on Aug. 02, 2012 :
I applaud her idea. She appears to have done considerable research on the layout of the land. Some scenes are very vivid and the book does have tension, however her writing style is rife with passive voice, telling rather than showing, and author intrusion. I'm giving 3 stars just because the idea of this 5 book series is so excellent.
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