Sunrise on the Mediterranean
by Suzanne Frank
Desperately searching for her beloved Cheftu, Chloe Kingsley
leaves the modern world behind for biblical Canaan—the age of Philistines, the
sweet psalms of King David, and the creation of the holy city of Jerusalem.
She'll do anything to find the man she married in ancient Egypt during her first
journey back in time—even masquerade as a mermaid goddess and risk being
sacrificed to a pagan god!
ANOTHER CHANCE TO LOVE...
But the adventure doesn't end with their joyous
reunion. Chloe and Cheftu must outwit the bitter enemies who follow them through
the centuries, face deadly dangers no history book could foretell, and stand
witness to countless wonders as they help shape the future. Or is it the
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1.What other way could Chloe have handled her situation when she wakes up as a
2. RaEm has learned a lot from television in the 20th century. What are some
positive things she could have learned and used?
3. At the end, Chloe and Cheftu have almost decided to stay in David's Jerusalem.
What are the pros and cons they might have used in their decision-making
process? What do you think they are looking for?
4. What effect do you think the Ten Commandments has had on western civilization?
While much of our culture's thought processes come from the Greeks, what parts
of government, organized religion and societal norms do we attribute to the
influence of the Ten Commandments?
5. For the first time, Chloe and Cheftu don't doubt each other and they find
one another fairly easily-how does their relationship change in the course of
the story, and (if you read the two preceding books, Reflections in
the Nile and Shadows on the
Agean) how has it changed in the course of the series?
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"Colorful...intriguing....The juxtaposition of modern-day observations and
expressions and archaic situations gives a good shot of humor to the clever,
"Suzanne Frank triumphs again with another mesmerizing tale of love and
adventure in the ancient world....An exceptionally talented writer, Frank brings
us one thrill after another as she allows us to view history in an amazingly
fresh light without sacrificing one iota of reality."
"A delightful twist on biblical history....Not since Jean Auel's Ayla has
there been a heroine as resourceful as Chloe....Fast paced and wildly
entertaining, this third book in the series stands alone but makes the reader
want to hunt down [the first two books]."
"Fans and newcomers alike should enjoy this....Frank effectively uses her
knowledge of the Old Testament in her re-creation of ancient