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    A story I will ABSOLUTELY read again!

    By incorporating events from the 40 years of desert wandering which held the greatest spiritual lessons for Israel, Connilyn Cossette delivers a knock-out Christian fiction novel. Wings of the Wind is her best work to date and a story I will ABSOLUTELY read again. Her writing allowed me to walk in the sandals of these characters all the way up to the walls of Jericho. Alanah's capture and marriage to Tobiah is inspired by God's law governing female captives of war (Deuteronomy 21:10-14). Instead of dragging her away as spoil, Tobiah rescues Alanah off the field of battle in an act of protection. Cossette superbly contends with the fluctuating emotions these characters felt as they transitioned from enemies to allies. Equally believable were the reactions other Israelites, including family, would have had towards Tobiah's intended. From individual characters to the nation as a whole—God's provision, grace, and justice pervades this story. The continual contrast between rebellion and obedience, kindness and hatred, trust and doubt, kept the story alive and engaging. To top it off, there was a surprise planted about two thirds of the way through that made me want to squeal! I actually stopped and tweeted "I 💓 surprises, @ConniCossette!" While you won't find it anywhere in scripture, the twist was genius and it screamed Romans 8:28. Cossette's debut novel Counted with the Stars, brought us through the plagues of Egypt and the Red Sea. Shadow of the Storm demonstrated how under God’s care a fledgling nation was being multiplied and molded. Finally, in Wings of the Wind we step with Israel into the Promised Land. This is a book and series you do not want to miss! I received a copy of this book for free, a favorable review was not required of me. All opinions expressed are my own.
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    Great Story

    Wings of the Wind is the 3rd and final book in Connilyn Cossette's Out of Egypt series. The story opens with a battle fought between the Israelites and the Canaanites, as commanded by Yahweh, to drive the invaders out of the land that God had promised to the Israelites. The detailed research done by the author is quite evident in this story. It is a beautiful picture of God's love, mercy, grace and forgiveness. I highly recommend this book. It is beneficial to read the books in order, but is not necessary in order to enjoy this story. Here is a quote from the book that I liked. "After seeing the swirling Cloud with my own eyes and comprehending Yahweh's power, the idea that Ba'al was the god of storms was almost laughable. There was only one God who had commanded the sea to split in two and one God who had crippled Egypt with hail and fire. And that God was no deaf and mute idol of wood and stone. He spoke to me. He heard me in the river. He was alive." Alanah I received a copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers and the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own and I was not required to leave a positive review.
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    Brilliant book

    A great book, which I found hard to put down. God is in control of our lives, if only we could trust Him always.
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    Outstanding

    An inspiring, poignant telling of the people, motives and impact of the Exodus. A beautiful portrayal of our mighty, all powerful, awe inspiring and deeply loving God.
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    Loved the series

    I read all three books in the "Out of Egypt" series as one book because I got so involved with the characters. I love the authour"s style. The people are alive, the Biblical story is well researched and expanded in a captivating way. I gave all three books in the series a 9/10!
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