Solomon's Song Paperback
House of David Triligy
by Roberta Kells Dorr;
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Discover the love story of Solomon, King David's son in this Biblical fiction novel that'll transport you back in time
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The wisest of all kings, beloved son of King David and his wife Bathsheba, builder of a prosperous empire, lover to many wives and concubines-King Solomon was once merely a son of David with no guarantee of ever taking the throne. On the cusp of adulthood, with no direction in life, Solomon found himself infatuated... in love with a lowly shepherdess, a young maiden chosen for his father to serve David in his later years.
Overhead clouds ceased to discharge life-giving rain, and the anxious people looked to King David for relief from the famine. In their weakness they turned from Yahweh and sacrificed to foreign gods. But David's eldest son, Adonijah had a plan, one that could cost the Benjamites their lives. Revenge.
Solomon was still Bathsheba's eldest son's and with it came certain family expectations. His mother wanted nothing less than the throne for her eldest living son. He must marry a princess first, and then he can marry any common woman he desired.
Solomon struggled against family expectations and his chief rival, his own brother, Adonijah; he fought against the most disappointing aspect of his quest to become ruler, "Love is nothing, when pitted against strength and power."
Solomon's Song by Roberta Kells Dorr was published by Moody in January 2014 and is our 19512th best seller. The ISBN for Solomon's Song is 9780802409553.
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Details for Solomon's Song
|Page last updated||11th November 2015|
|Author / Artist||Roberta Kells Dorr|
|Publisher||Moody (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||293|