As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion, #3)

About the Author: Francine Rivers

New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers continues to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe Her numerous bestsellers include Redeeming Love, A Voice in the Wind, and Bridge to Haven, and her work has been translated intothan thirty different languages She is a member of Romance Writers of America s coveted Hall of Fame as well as a recipient of the Lifetime New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers continues to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe Her numerous bestsellers include Redeeming Love, A Voice in the Wind, and Bridge to Haven, and her work has been translated intothan thirty different languages She is a member of Romance Writers of America s coveted Hall of Fame as well as a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers ACFW www.francinerivers.comwww.facebook.com FrancineRivers Twitter FrancineRivers


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  • Paperback
  • 520 pages
  • As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion, #3)
  • Francine Rivers
  • English
  • 06 April 2019
  • 0842339760

As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion, #3) The Third Installment In The Mark Of The Lion Trilogy Following A Voice In The Wind And An Echo In The Darkness, As Sure As The Dawn Continues The Chronicles Of Hadassah, A Christian Slave Woman Living During The Height Of The Roman Empire She Has Saved The Life Of The Scorned Child Of A Disreputable Roman Woman And The Germanic Gladiator, Atretes For Her Faith, Hadassah Now Languishes In Condemnation, Awaiting Death In A Dungeon Beneath The Arena Atretes, Who Holds Fast To His Dreams Of Revenge For The Slaughter Of His People, Wants His Son Back So He Seeks Out John The Baptist, Who Is The Key To Finding The Custodian Of His Son, And Brings His War Weary Soul Closer To Redemption.

10 thoughts on “As Sure as the Dawn (Mark of the Lion, #3)

  1. Naomi says:

    It was a great book and a wonderful ending to an amazing series It was sad to know that I wouldn t be able to follow the lives of Rizpah and Arteres any As well as Haddassa and Marcus I suggest this series to everyone Now I am a Francine River s reader I am off to my next book of hers.

  2. Jackie says:

    While I adore the 2nd book of the series, I think this was my favorite Atretes is frustrating and intense, and while I wanted very much to come through the pages of the book and strangle him, I loved reading his journey I think his struggle with anger and what was done to him is so similar to many people today, that stubborn pride that just won t let you loose to experience God even when He makes himself obvious And then there s Rizpah, my favorite character in the entire series I can relate While I adore the 2nd book of the series, I think this was my favorite Atretes is frustrating and intense, ...

  3. Raya says:

    There are books that are good, even great, books that you will remember and offer glowing recommendations to all you meet And then there are books like As Sure as the Dawn, which, days later, will still leave you in awe and wonder There s power behind this story, that transformative, tremor inducing power that makes you forget this is a work of fiction and not something that raised itself out of the ground This is considered Christian fiction, ...

  4. Sandra Bašić says:

    Izvrsno zaokru ena trilogija, svaka ast

  5. Carla Palmeiro says:

    This book was a big disappointment for me, because I simply adored the first 2 books from the Mark Of The Lion, in fact, I don t remember crying as much while reading a book as I cried during A Voice in The Wind and especially An Echo in The Darkness I adored Hadassah and Marcus and despite knowing that their story ended with Book II I sill wanted to read Book III and discover what happened to Atretes For the first time while reading these Christian books, the constant preaching and christiani This book was a big disappointment for me, because I simply adored the first 2 books from the Mark Of The Lion, in fact, I don t remember crying as much while reading a book as I cried during A Voice in The Wind and especially An Echo in The Darkness I adored Hadassah and Marcus and despite knowing that their story ended with Book II I sill wanted to read Book III and discover what happened to Atretes For the first time while reading these Christian books, the constant preaching and christianization bothered me deeply I found all the characters very weak compared to those from the other books Rizpah was in my opinion a poor copy of Hadassah and I even missed Julia that crazy, conniving bitch I also did not felt a personal, strong connection with the love story between Atretes and Rizpah As for the plot, I expected farfrom Francine Rivers On a positive note let me say that I do not regret reading this, by all means, Francine Rivers is a great writer, her books are still among my all ti...

  6. Maloup says:

    This book really spoke to me until they reached the Chatti Then it became sort of weird I definitely found the power of Satan stronger in this book I ve got some great lessons from it, almostso than the first two I could identify with Rizpah and her struggles as a born again C...

  7. Erin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book started out strong and with great potential to be a blessing like the first two it in the last third of the book it got too weird for me I know that God can do anything so the events in the book are possible it was just a little ridiculous There were lost of amazing miracles that flowed with the book and didn t seem over the top but then there was a reserection, and all of sudden two characters are amazed at there ability to suddenly speak German.I did get a couple great things This book started out strong and with great potential to be a blessing like the first two it in the last third of the book it got too weird for me I know that God can do anything so the events in the book are possible it was just a little ridiculous There were lost of amazing miracles that flowed with the book and didn t seem over the top but then there was a reserection, and all of sudden two characters are amazed at there ability to suddenly speak German.I did get a couple great things from the book though They are talking about being a poor witness, and the answer is God takes the poor, foolish things of this world to bring glory to his name Jesus wasn t born in the exhalted halls of kings, but in a stable You know who the enemy is Satan is a powerful adversary who know you almost as intimately as the Lord does He attacks through the mind and flesh, trying to seperate you from Christ That do...

  8. Suzannah says:

    It was awful a 300 page, pressure cookery romance novel This book also had the most problematic theology of the trilogy, and an unsatisfying ending.Let me just pick one big problem with this book It s about a Christian woman falling in love with a very unsaved man as are the previous two books in the series Outside fiction, this is known as dating evangelism and it is madness Apart from anything else, how can a woman respect a man who she s leading spiritually I mean no disrespect to Mr It was awful a 300 page, pressure cookery romance novel This book also had the most problematic theology of the trilogy, and an unsatisfying ending.Let me just pick one big problem with this book It s about a Christian woman falling in love with a very unsaved man as are the previous two books in the series Outside fiction, this is known as dating evangelism and it is madness Apart from anything else, how can a woman respect a...

  9. Kels says:

    I m not sure how to begin this review Despite the one star review I gave it, I did enjoy itso towards the ending and there was a lot of spiritual wisdom and entertainment speckled throughout it. buutttt there were just some things I didn t like about this book And since I got to start somewhere, I might as well get my problems with the book out of the way So brace yourself peeps.In this Mark of the Lion series, I noticed a discomforting trend The romantic relationships between the m I m not sure how to begin this review Despite the one star review I gave it, I did enjoy itso towards the ending and there was a lot of spiritual wisdom and entertainment speckled throughout it. buutttt there were just some things I didn t like about this book And since I got to start somewhere, I might as well get my problems with the book out of the way So brace yourself peeps.In this Mark of the Lion series, I noticed a discomforting trend The romantic relationships between the main characters Hadassah and Marcus in the first two ...

  10. Kristine says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 3.5 stars First 75% of book 5 stars last 25% 2 stars Loved this book up until the last part when Rizpah was betrayed by her husband Frustrating all the way around how this whole scene happened To me, it overshadowed the ending I found it hard to forgive Atretes so quicklywould have liked to see him make things right with Rizpah before the book ended My goodness, he left her for weeks on end without her baby and food All because she was trying to keep HIM from sinning Didn t like th 3.5 stars First 75% of book 5 stars last 25% 2 stars Loved th...