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ISBN# 978-0-452-28906-2
February 2008
Plume/Penguin Group
375 Hudson St New York NY 10014
358 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Deborah is a much respected leader. She has the backing of many people who are loyal. As a leader, she sends Barak into battle with the Canaanites with every hope of winning. She has been cast aside by her husband of many years, yet she remains faithful. But the desires she has are growing stronger which causes conflicts within herself.

With military victories and her surprising new feelings, Deborah is rebuilding her life and trying to obtain the ultimate goal; peace. She now believes that her destiny is connected to the lives of two women. As Deborah's life is changing, so is Asherah, Sisera's wife, and Nogah. Each is having her own issues to deal with.

As Deborah struggles to find what is best for her people, she knows that some of them may have a high cost they will pay, but also knows that they must all follow their own destinies. What will become of these women and their lives with war, the relationships they have, their children, and most of all their futures?

This is a very good book. The Triumph of Deborah takes a look at a strong woman who has made her mark on history. The author takes fiction and historical biblical facts and combines them to make an interesting and entertaining read.

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