So Shines The Night Paperback

by T L Higley; Tracy L Higley;


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Biblical fiction set in Ephesus and featuring Paul and the early Christian followers

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So Shines The Night

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If you love Biblical fiction and have never heard of Tracy Higley then where have you been! So Shines the Night sets the scene in Ephesus, politically unstable times with an uprising against Paul and the Christian followers brewing. During this time we meet Daria, a widow who becomes a tutor to Lucas a wealthy travelling merchant in Ephesus.

Daria's heightened senses to the power of evil in a person are brought to light when she encounters Lucas' dark background in evil and sorcery – she fears she may not be able to bring him through to the light especially after a brutal crime is committed and Lucas is arrested.

Hope is on the horizon as Daria befriends the followers of 'The Way' and finds herself drawn to the Christians and the source of their power to defeat evil. Will she be able to save Lucas from his demons? What will happen to Paul and the Christians?

Tracy Higley is a skilled writer of historical and Biblical fiction starting her writing career at the age of just 8. She has also written dramatic productions which have now been seen by over 10,000 people. Her passion is for writing novels that will transport the reader into another world; stories of God reaching out to all the nations inviting them into a relationship with Himself.  

So Shines The Night by T L Higley; Tracy L Higley was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2013 and is our 22894th best seller. The ISBN for So Shines The Night is 9781401686826.

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On an island teetering at the brink of anarchy, Daria finds hope among people of The Way.

She escaped a past of danger and found respite in beautiful Ephesus, a trading center on the Aegean coast, serving as tutor to Lucas, the wealthy merchant who rescued her.

But the darkness she fled has caught up with her.

The high priests of Artemis once controlled the city, but a group of sorcerers are gaining power. And a strange group who call themselves followers of The Way further threaten the equilibrium. As Daria investigates Lucas's exploits into the darker side of the city, her life is endangered, and she takes refuge in the strange group of believers. She's drawn to Paul and his friends, even as she wrestles with their teachings.

When authorities imprison Lucas for a brutal crime, Daria wonders if even Paul's God can save him. Then she uncovers a shocking secret that could change everything¬óLucas's fate, her position in his household, and the outcome of the tension between pagans and Christians. But only if she survives long enough to divulge what she knows.
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Endorsements

"Meticulously-researched, spellbindingly written with luscious prose and compelling and complex characters." —Tosca Lee, New York Times best-selling author of Havah: The Story of Eve

'Fast-paced adventure, fascinating characters and insights into the culture, politics and people of this ancient world make this book a unique and unmissable read.' Rel Mollet, RelzReviewz.com

'This is such a unique historical novel that it really sets itself apart from all others. Higley's portrait of day-to-day life in the ancient world drew me in and her strong heroine kept me reading.' - Jill Hart, TheSuspenseZone.com

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherThomas Nelson (March 2013)
Weight363g
Number of Pages416
Thickness30 mm
Height211 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9781401686826
ISBN-101401686826
Product Code4058542
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