Fiction, Scripture-based Fiction, Historical Fiction, Biographical fiction, Religious fiction
Moses (Biblical leader)--Fiction; Jews--History--To 1200 B.C.--Fiction; Bible. Old Testament--History of Biblical events--Fiction; Egypt--Civilization--To 332 B.C.--Fiction; Religious fiction, American--Mormon authors; Biographical fiction, American--Mormon authors; Historical fiction, American--Mormon authors
Moses’s life as he knew it is over. He has chosen to stand for his beliefs at the cost of being cast out of his royal home and family. He is free of the wickedness of Egypt, but peace is not to be found, for Moses is as much an aimless wanderer as those in the nomadic tribe he encounters in the wilderness.
Exhausted by long weeks of travel, he nevertheless jumps to action when he observes a group of young women accosted by a band of Bedrayan men at a communal well. These lovely daughters of Jethro are grateful for his help, and their Midianite tribe welcomes Moses with open arms.
As he learns the ways of the Midianites, his kinship with Jethro grows as does his admiration of one of Jethro’s daughters, Zipporah. But when Moses suddenly receives a burning call to free the very people he has long oppressed, will he have the courage to return to the land from which he has been exiled?