The work the women would have done. How extremely hard it must have been for Sarah to tell her husband to be with another woman so he could have a son. How heartbreaking it must have been for Hagar to watch this son calling Sarah his mother. I found myself feeling sad for both of these women.
I have to say I wasn't fond of Sarah being rescued from the pagan temple or that Hagar was the daughter of Pharaoh as I have never read that anywhere in the Bible. But do understand that the author used some liberties to write her story.
It is is a remarkable story all the same, which I do recommend just keep in mind if you choose to read that it is fiction based on biblical history.
I received a free copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for my honest review rather it be good or bad. Thank you.