Thursday, August 13, 2015

Yahshua's Bridge by Sandi Rog

"An amethyst stone draws him to his past. An elusive maiden draws him to his future.

Alexander is born into slavery under an abusive master: a master of his own flesh and blood . . . a man he will never call Father. Determined to break away from his master’s hold, Alexander devises a plan to purchase his freedom. But what’s he to do when he finds himself shipped off in shackles to Egypt, disappearing from the lives of everyone he knows and loves?" (Amazon) .

If you haven't read it, don't miss book one: The Master's Wall

Don't forget to check out Sandi Rog's Meet the Author Page!

What is your favorite historical fiction book?

1 comment:

  1. My favorite to date is the book Titus about a Roman Caesar. I can't remember who wrote it, and it was written in the 60s I think.