Out of Jerusalem Vol. 2: A Light in the Wilderness (Hardcover Book)
The exhilarating tale of Lehi and his family continues in A Light in the Wilderness, the second volume of the acclaimed Out of Jerusalem series. As they travel toward the promised land, dangers and tempests beset Lehi's and Ishmael's families, until the unthinkable happens: a marauding tribe abducts Lehi's daughter, Elisheba. Nephi and his brothers vow to bring their beloved sister back safely. But as months stretch into years, can they?
Fast-paced and carefully researched, best-selling author H. B. Moore delivers a heart-pounding and thought-provoking novel that is sure to delight fiction and history lovers alike.
MARY ANN WESTON MAUGHAN
- Published: September 2005
- Pages: 304
About the Author
Heather B. Moore is a two-time Best of State and Whitney Award-winning author of the Out of Jerusalem series and Abinadi, Alma, Alma the Younger, and Ammon. She is also the author of the nonfiction work Women of the Book of Mormon: Insights & Inspirations and co author with Angela Eschler of Christ’s Gifts to Women. Visit Heather’s website for information on upcoming projects: www.hbmoore.com.
H. B. Moore continues to deliver an exciting and engaging story
by Dave - reviewed on September 19, 2005
H. B. Moore's talent as a writer comes out powerfully in this second volume of the Out of Jerusalem series. Though the entire book is based on only a few verses in 1 Nephi, she masterfully weaves in the latest scholarly research and her own creative ideas about the family's life during those eight years of wandering in the desert. The story is rich, believable, and compelling, with marvelous characters and settings true to the history, culture, and geography of the time. No one has told the early Book of Mormon story better in fiction. , The only other thing her readers can ask is that she hurry with volume three. Keep writing, Heather!
A Fabulous read!
by julie - reviewed on August 30, 2005
The book was fabulous and it brought the lives of the family of Lehi to life for me. I loved getting the women's perspectives and the intricacy of the story. I meant to read it a little bit at a time to make it last but couldn't resist and ended up reading it all in one night. It was so good, I couldn't stop!
by Jeffrey - reviewed on September 06, 2005
Facinating. If you love the Book of Mormon and haven't read this book, get it! Now! Moore's father is a renowned BofM scholor and the research shows. , But the story doesn't read like a dry text. You will find yourself lost in the plot, while constantly saying to yourself, 'Wow, I didn't know that.' , A great read for young and old alike.