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Wednesday, August 08, 2007


Sypnosis: So this is the second book of the "Feminine Bibble". Tsippora is a black girl that got adopted by the wise man of the Kings of Madîan. She is destined to not be wed, since of the color of her skin. One day, while she goes to get the daily water for her house, she is attack by some men, when a beautiful stranger save her from their claws! She is immediatly under the charm! He is the stranger she saw in her dreams?? This is nobody else than the Moise of the Bible...After a while, they notice that the attraction feeling is the same for the both of them. But Tsippora gives him an ultimatum: she won't marry Moise until he goes in Egypt to try to liberate the Hebrews!! Welcome to the story of Moise and his journey to get the ten commandements through the eyes of the woman he loved!!
Critic: Since I never hear some other book talking about her, I was enjoying reading Tsippora!! I understand why the religion, if she really exist(and I think she did), wanted to take her out of the story of my religion: she is black(it was a shame that they almost took out all the black people out of the book, and we now know that Eve was black too!) and she had kite a strong mind and attittude...Once again, the Christian religion has put away a woman that was too strong for them!! She is the one that push Moise to go through the journey that made him so important to us...I was proud to hear that her side of the story was represented here!! I'm not that religious, even if I believe, but I enjoyed the non-religious side of the story in this series. So if you want to read all the point of view in the story of the tenth commandements, and see that Moise had a wife, I recommend this book, "Tsippora, the feminine bibble 2"!!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

"...Christian religion has put away a woman that was too strong for them!!..."

This is so true.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Jill said...

Don't forget they were the biggest destroyer of art and litterature!!

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And they smell bad too!

8:24 AM  
Blogger Jill said...

Didn't have soap back then??

1:52 PM  

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