Pros: Good solid book to read. Christian influence.
Cons: A little slow to start, but once you get into it, you fly through it.
Totally enjoyed this book. It gives a fuller perspective on Dinah, from the book of Genesis in the Bible. The book gives a better view of life's struggles, strengths and triumphs of ancient womanhood. The book is told by Dinah herself, daughter of Jacob. The story begins with Dinah being a child and growing up with Jacob's four wives and his dozen sons. Being the only daughter, Dinah is given gifts that will benefit her through her youth and as a woman. The book gives you a connection to an early period of time.