27 August 2015

Until My Name Is Known by Sonya Contreras

About the Book
Can you trust a God who destroyed a nation before your eyes? Would you want Him as your friend?

Experience God through Israel's Exodus from Egypt's power through those who were there.

The time: 2450 B.C.
The place: Old Kingdom of Egypt.
Pharaoh is god. His people worship him.
Israel's God arrives. He challenges Pharaoh. His power touches all people. They must change. Some don't concede. They suffer. Others yield. They find freedom.

Until My Name Is Known brings all to see the one true God. Read it to see Him.
Today's historians and archaeologists puzzle over the fall of the Old Kingdom of Egypt, but the world at that time heard of God.

The world knew that He was the Lord. His Name was proclaimed in all the earth.

Sonya Contreras crafts an interesting retelling of the biblical account of the Israelites’ exodus from captivity in Egypt in her novel, Until My Name Is Known. Though the overall story will surely be familiar to readers of the Bible, Contreras brings it to life with perspectives from a variety of characters, as well as interesting attention to historical detail and an emphasis on God’s love and pursuit of His people. An novel of biblical fiction, Until My Name Is Known will certainly provide many fans of the genre with a compelling and fascinating read.

Thanks to LitFuse Publicity Group, I received a copy of Until My Name Is Known and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own. To read other opinions, be sure to check out what other reviewers think here, and purchase a copy of the book here.

About the Author
God led Sonya Contreras to Cedarville University and Institute for Creation Research Graduate Program, establishing her roots deeply in the Bible. 

His guidance continues as she and her husband direct their eight boys' wanderings in truth, love, and God's Word. God holds her hand as she write of His faithfulness, not just in her family's life, but in writing of delivering His People from slavery, calling them by name, and bringing them into a land He promised.

Find Sonya online at her website and Twitter.

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