Wednesday, April 11, 2012

"Babylon's Falling" by William G. Collins

Daniel, one of the fascinating people of the Bible, comes to life in this new book by William G. Collins. The story unfolds with the authenticity of the setting, bringing the reader into Daniel's world. Of course, we know that Daniel had three friends he traveled with, and they are also a big part of the book. The four young men were taken prisoner, carried to a foreign land, then forced to serve a king whose beliefs were totally different from theirs. Yet, they were able to stand. But, what were they thinking when the hard questions needed answers? What was it like to face trials like the den of lions or the fiery furnace? Come take the difficult journey with Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego and find out how they coped with the changes in their lives and how they stood firm in their faith.

I really enjoyed this book because it was interesting and well written. The story is one I have heard from childhood, yet Mr. Collins gives some information about the land and people as he tells the story. This work of fiction reminds me of being a child, wondering how these Bible characters dealt with the problems, and trying to fill in the blanks. If you ever wondered, this book is for you. I received my free e-book from the Book Sneeze program.

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