Trade Ed. Bethany House Publishers 2004
CS ISBN $17.99 Two cassettes
Jews celebrate the story of sweet Esther and evil Haman every Purim. Author Tenney spins the story colorfully and creatively, with Aimee Lilly breathlessly delivering the prose. HADASSAH does a nice job of delving into the captive become queen whose Jewish roots must remain hidden until they are revealed to an astonished King Xerxes and his subjects at a critical moment. There is no lack of pathos and pride in the recording, and the story moves along steadily to a clever denouement. A religious audiobook without proselytizing is a bit of a relief. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 04]
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