Between Egypt and Canaan
It was the Lord's way to make His people forget their sorrow with new sorrow. Lying at the banks of an insignificant sand dune in the desert, struck by hunger and thirst, fifteen years old Ana'el knows that she would not be able to conceal her secret for much longer. Against an historical background, Ana'el and Ithamar's love is against the laws dictated by the High Priests, Moses, and the Lord himself. Of one thing Ana'el is certain, the everlasting journey to Canaan teaches her that it was not the Lord's stunning miracles, divine performances, or moral commandments that kept her in line, rather His punishments that did. Between Egypt and Canaan is a historical fiction set while the Israelites crossed the desert for 40 years. It is a story about a forbidden love between a Cohen, an Israelite priest, and a mixed multitude, a daughter of an Egyptian slave.
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
- 24 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Yamit Armbrister
Yamit Armbrister is the author of One Moroccan Woman. She earned a BA in social sciences from Bar Ilan University and an MBA from Walden University. Yamit's passion for historical fictions inspired her to write a biblical fiction. In her spare time, Yamit enjoys reading, writing, and the sun.