So Moses Was Born by Joan Grant audiobook

So Moses Was Born: A Far Memory Book

By Joan Grant
Read by Mil Nicholson

Blackstone Publishing 9781597313599

The Far Memory Books: Book 1952

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The seventh of Joan Grant’s “Far Memory” novels, So Moses Was Born, is set in Egypt, in the time just before the birth of Moses. The story is a familiar one: found in the bulrushes, Moses’s upbringing in the court of Egypt gave him the influence and power to set the Israelites free. Joan Grant enlarges the picture by depicting the events that led up to the discovery of the baby Moses, convincingly portraying the man she believed was his father, Ramoses II, through the words of his reclusive half-brother Nebunefer. Called back from his chosen exile in the idyllic land of the Living Waters, Nebunefer is asked by the Pharoah to predict which of the children born to the royal concubines will be worthy to succeed him, but as we know there will be another destiny for the baby Moses, child of a Hebrew mother and a royal father.

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The seventh of Joan Grant’s “Far Memory” novels, So Moses Was Born, is set in Egypt, in the time just before the birth of Moses. The story is a familiar one: found in the bulrushes, Moses’s upbringing in the court of Egypt gave him the influence and power to set the Israelites free. Joan Grant enlarges the picture by depicting the events that led up to the discovery of the baby Moses, convincingly portraying the man she believed was his father, Ramoses II, through the words of his reclusive half-brother Nebunefer. Called back from his chosen exile in the idyllic land of the Living Waters, Nebunefer is asked by the Pharoah to predict which of the children born to the royal concubines will be worthy to succeed him, but as we know there will be another destiny for the baby Moses, child of a Hebrew mother and a royal father.

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Author Bio: Joan Grant

Author Bio: Joan Grant

Joan Grant (1907–1989) was an English author and well-known advocate of reincarnation. At an early age she became aware of previous incarnations both male and female, in other centuries and other lands. Her seven historical novels have been highly praised for their ageless wisdom and for their extraordinarily vivid and detailed portrayal of the far distant past.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Literary
Runtime: 9.80
Audience: Adult
Language: English