Against the Giant by Christy Hardman

April 10, 2008

in 2008 Releases, Historical, LDS Fiction


Title: Against the Giant

Author: Christy Hardman

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: April, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-117-3

Size: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback, 268 pages

Genre: Historical

Ancient Israel faces a terrible threat—the Philistines!

David is a young Israelite who trusts the Lord. But being the youngest can be hard. While David tends sheep, his older brothers are out battling the Philistines. They come back boasting of their strength and telling tales of their enemy. The Philistines are stronger, larger, and have better weapons. In contrast, the Israelites are fewer, smaller, and have weapons of only stone and stick. No one wants to fight the fearsome Philistines. To survive, Israel needs to rely on God and to listen to the prophet. But the Israelites won’t listen, which leads them to a big problem—a Philistine named Goliath.

Against the Giant delves deep into the classic biblical story and brings to light a brand-new perspective as it tells the story through young David’s own eyes. Feel the thrills and the terror, along with the growth and courage, as if you were there standing against the giant yourself.

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