Hey everybody! There’s some new biblical fiction that just dropped in from Babylon. We will be zeroing in on a captive of Israel named Belteshazzer, also known as Daniel. King Nebuchadnezzar has been having some really odd dreams, and he wants someone to tell him what they mean! The catch is, he will not tell you what the dream was. Daniel goes before the king. God gives him insight as to what the dream was and what it meant, and Daniel tells these things to the king. God has surely shown favor to this Jewish man! Because of Israel’s sin, God exiled them to Babylon for seventy years. After that, though, Cyrus the Great of Persia took over Babylon (which was God’s punishment for their own sins) and set the people of Israel free. This book is about the downfall of Babylon.
This book, Babylon’s Falling, is written by William G. Collins, and was one that I received from Thomas Nelson Publisher’s Book Sneeze program in return for my honest review. I was able to download this book on an electronic device, and was pleased that it worked, except that there seemed to be a lot of typos. I got chose this book because I had recently finished reading the book of Daniel and am studying the fall of Babylon and how it was taken over by Persia, and how all that fits into God’s amazing plan.