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    Amazing New-to-Me Biblical Fiction Author!

    Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey I was sold on this Biblical fiction book when I received a free excerpt. That took me under, hook, line, and sinker, and I had to purchase a full copy of this book for myself. This is a story based on the daughters of Zelophehad in Numbers 27:4. Barbara Britton, the creator of Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey, You can anticipate all three by next April (book 2, Heavenly Lights: Noah’s Journey-February; and book three, Claiming Canaan, Milcah’s Journey-April). Highly recommended!! Mahlah has a good sense of humor, with a mother-like love for her younger sisters. She is more concerned for the well-being of the family than her surly father, who is a complainer to boot. The tone of this novel is one of quiet desperation and determination, mixed with unwavering faith in Yahweh. Britton paints a great picture of what life in the wilderness, traveling towards the Promised Land, may have been like for the Israelites. You will be blessed as you read Mahlah’s story if you love Biblical fiction. Words and situations make it fit for mature readers. Ready, set, go grab!
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    Trust in the Lord

    What an amazing journey author, Barbara Britton, takes the reader on. She takes us back to when Moses leads the Israelites in the desert for forty years, and they are about at the end of their grueling journey. It felt as though I was there, experiencing the five sisters' fear when their father's actions orphan them. Mahlah is the oldest and fights so hard to keep all of her sisters together. They pray fervently for God to help them. She knows their faith in Him is the only way to survive in a world where the rules are against them. Trust that God will be with her when she faces Moses to ask for their inheritance. I’ve never read about Mahlah in the Bible before and had to go back into His word and found them. My advice: read the scriptures to remind you what the people endured because of their disobedience to reach the Promise Land. There you’ll read about Mahlah and her family. I gave this book five stars because the author kept me engaged throughout the whole story. Barbara Britton's book has reminded me to trust in the Lord with all my heart as Mahlah did
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