Romance, sibling rivalry, battles, betrayals and a touch of insanity bring the early years of King David to life in this compelling novel. Fifteen-year-old Michal, daughter of King Saul, dreads her father’s unpredictable bouts of rage. The one person who can calm him is the same person who ignites her passion.
David’s exceptional harp-playing skills are matched only by his beautiful voice as his worship songs calm the raging king. But too soon, Saul sees David in a different light, that of an enemy. Still, he must publicly honor the one who slew Golia