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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: First Edition Design Publishing
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 9.02 X 5.98 X 0.65 (inches)|
In 2241 B.C. the plain of Shinar is a desolate place. But there a great tower has been built to reach the heavens placed in the middle of a walled municipality known as The City.
Strong-willed Nabella lives a days-journey from the safety of mankind's sole city on her father, Jokaan's, olive orchard. When she discovers a grisly ritual the family believes they've been cursed for refusing to move their business to The City. Nabella is determined to help the men even though her betrothed disapproves.
She sneaks through the orchard when she is attacked by a tanniyn-a fearsome beast. Wounded when she tries to escape she winds up overhearing the men say only Noah, Shem or Japheth from the Former World can break the curse.
Meanwhile Ra'anel, head celestial advisor, lures people into The City to worship pagan gods so he and Cush can control them. But Nimrod's feats as a mighty hunter become increasingly formidable.
Nabella follows her father, disguised as a boy to seek Shem for herself. But her life is in pearl when she finds herself kidnapped, forced to do Cush's will, and her charade is discovered. Then God changes the one language of the descendants of Noah and Nabella's life is changed forever. Will Nabella find Shem? Will the curse be broken? Then God changes the one language of the descendants of Noah and Nabella's life is changed forever.
author_bio: Willow Dressel, author, speaker, creation scientist and wildlife specialist. Willow has been writing for over eight years and though most of her work is non-fiction, she has enjoyed weaving stories around actual occurrences all her life. Make sure to check out interesting creation science facts on the Bible in her blog; creation-thewrittentruth.blogspot.com.
Keywords: Tower-Of-Babel, Noah's Flood, Language Split, God's Judgement, Young Woman, Fighting, Wilderness, Survival, Disobedience, Kidnap