The Last Slave
In the land of Egypt, the Hebrews are multiplying at an alarming rate. Hate is mounting. Fear is rising. And Pharaoh is determined to destroy them. The Hebrews are bound in shackles. Their babies thrown into the Nile.
But inside the palace walls, there are secrets.
For not everyone is bent on their destruction. Tia, an Egyptian aristocrat, loyal maidservant to Princess Basya, is a traitor to the throne. And she is not the only one. But secrets cannot be kept forever, and in a world filled with lies and hate, treachery comes at a terrifying cost.
This gripping historical novel is a searing tale of survival and courage in the darkest of times. Based entirely on Torah sources, The Last Slave takes the reader on an epic journey from Pharaoh’s palace to the pit of Ramses to the ultimate redemption from Egypt. Endure the heartache of slavery. Live through the awe-inspiring miracles. Feel as if you left Egypt in this poignant and immersive novel from despair to deliverance.
Intended for a mature audience due to the graphic description of slavery.
“This is a gripping novel. Hard to put down . . . Everyone should read it to prepare themselves for a very different reading of the Haggada.”– Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz
|Number of pages||408|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|