Judah’s Scepter and the Sacred Stone


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“Judah’s Scepter and the Sacred Stone” by D.A. Brittain
This is an amazing book by a very talented author.  There are a few novels that touch your heart, soul, and mind.  This is one of those books.
Princess Teia is surveying the destruction of the land surrounding her home when her life and the lives of her family are threatened in an instant.  During the chaos, the royal family is separated.  Teia’s tutor, Ebed, finds a hiding place for her, but it isn’t perfect.  Teia nearly burns to death!  Fortunately, she is rescued by the prophet Jeremiah.  With Ebed and Baruch’s help, Jeremiah whisks Teia to the shores of Egypt, where she meets an attractive prince named Eochaid.  But right after love takes root, they must go their separate ways.  Both Teia and Eochaid’s journeys are fraught with danger, making it unlikely they will survive, let alone see each other again.
This gripping novel lures the reader in and never lets go.  The suspenseful plot and well-rounded characters had me rushing to pick up the book every chance I got.  I was glad Teia and Eochaid didn’t meet right away, so I could anticipate that moment in the story.  There were so many scenes that stood out for me, too many to list.  It’s not easy for a writer to keep two story lines equally riveting, but D.A. Brittain does a masterful job.  I never dreaded switching viewpoints because both Teia and Eochaid’s stories were filled with excitement and danger.
I highly recommend this incredible novel.
The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book through BookCrash.
I've been a Christian since 1991. I enjoy Beth Moore Bible studies and books about using your gift for God. I've been writing since high school. It is what I came to this earth to do! I also love reading books. I'm never without one! It is my wish to inspire others through my writing.
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