Book Reviews of A Daughter of Zion (Zion Chronicles Series, Book 2)

A Daughter of Zion (Zion Chronicles Series, Book 2)
A Daughter of Zion - Zion Chronicles Series, Book 2
Author: Bodie Thoene
ISBN-13: 9780764221088
ISBN-10: 0764221086
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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This is one of a series of books of a family living in Jerusalem after the Holocaust. Rachel survived the Holocaust, but her past causes her to be shamed and discreted to the people she wants to help in the Old City.
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Chronicles the life of Jews after WWII and continues through book 5 in the series their fight for statehood
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The Zion Chronicles puts you on the edge of your seat...with much suspense, mystery, romance, a little bit of history, so much hope and faith. I really could go on and on... This is a terrific story filled with so much emotion.dg
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The Gates of Zion vividly portrayed both the indomitable courage and hope of the Jewish people streaming into Israel after the Holocaust as well as their intense battle to protect their new homeland. The sequel, A Daughter of Zion, centers around a returning Jewess named Rachel who survived the Nazi desolation, but only at a great personal cost. Smuggled into the besieged Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem, she discovers members of her long-lost family. Rachel decides she cannot leave the Old City or the people who stand as one thin line between its survival. When secrets of her past are uncovered, she is discredited before the very people she wants so desperately to help. Alienated from her own people and left in despair, she is not aware of the enemy forces which threaten her very life.
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love reading this series!
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This is the secong book in the Zion Chronicles Series. The series follows jewish and christian characters and their lifes and conflicts during the events of the birth of the modern state of Israel.
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Great series a good read and inspiring story
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The Gates of Zion vividly portrayed both the indomitable courage and hope of the Jewish people streaming into Israel after the Holocaust as well as their intense battle to protect their new homeland. The sequel, A Daughter Of Zion, centers around a returning Jewess named Rachel who survived the Nazi desolation, but only at a great personal cost. I have all 5 in the series.
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great series
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Enjoyed the theme that no matter your background, Christ can use you for His purposes. Great series