Francine Rivers was born on 1947 (age 75 years), in the United States. Complete her education in the United States. She is an American-based writer and author of many best books. Mainly write in Romance, Christian fiction, Religion, and Adult genres. Write many best-selling books in her career. One of her books was nominated for international awards. She is one of the best writers in the Fiction genre of the 20th century. Well known for writing a Redeeming Love Francine Rivers, and A Voice in the Wind. You can download A Voice in the Wind pdf at the end.
A Voice in the Wind Review:
When the Romans invaded Jerusalem and they did mass killings. Thousands of dead bodies floating in the central river no one is here to help the Jews because at that time Romans have supreme power no one can beat them, Hadassah a Jews girl and Marcus younger brother of a well-known roman merchant both are main characters of this book. She was captured by the roman army as a war prisoner and Marcus’s brother bought her home as a slave. Hadassah was too ill she cannot stand on his foot because of extreme torture by Romans. When Marcus sees her first time he feels her pain and the love story begins between the slave and her owner.
A Voice in the Wind PDF Features:
The following are some of the major features of A Voice in the Wind PDF.
The author Francine Rivers has written it.
The book is in simple English language so it’s easier for the readers to understand it.
A Voice in the Wind is released on March 1, 1998, by Tyndale House Publishers.
The novel comes under the genre of Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Romance, Historical, Historical Romance, Christian Romance, Religion, Adult
The novel contains a total of 520 pages.
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