Star of Persia by Jill Eileen Smith {Book Review}

April 30, 2020

Hello Gems!

Here is my book review for Star of Persia by Jill Eileen smith. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and gave it a solid 5✯ rating!

In an effort to complete a war his father had planned to win, King Xerxes calls every governor, satrap, and official in his vast kingdom to his palace in Susa to strategize and feast. When they finally leave, he decides on one more week of frivolity, which ends in the banishment of his favorite wife, something he never intended to do. But when he discovers Esther, Xerxes is sure he has a second chance at happiness.

In her wildest dreams, Esther could never have imagined that she would end up as queen of Persia. Yet she knows better than to become complacent. Another of Xerxes’s wives is vying for position, and his closest advisor has a deep and dangerous grudge against Esther’s adoptive father. Caught in the middle of palace politics, Esther will find herself in an impossible position: risk her life or consign her people to annihilation.

With her impeccable research and her imaginative flair, Jill Eileen Smith brings to life the romantic, suspenseful, and beloved story of Esther, queen of Persia.

✯ Kay’s Brooch Boutique IG –
✯ Scribd –
Sign up and get two free months to unlimited ebooks and audiobooks

Books Mentioned
♥ Star of Persia by Jill Eileen Smith
》Review –
》Paperback –
》Kindle –
》Scribd –
》Audible –
》Hardcover –

Thanks for watching ♥

Like | Subscribe | Comment

“He must increase, but I must decrease.” – John 3:30

➳ Join the Facebook Group

➳ Want to donate to DOI?

—– My Bible Study & Resource Essentials —–
NKJV Journal the Word Bible –
ESV Single Colunm Journaling Bible –
Thompson Chain Reference Bible –
Nelson’s Biblical Cyclopedic Index –
Crayola Twistable Colored Pencils –

♥ Stay Connected ♥
➳ Signup for the Newsletter
➳ Email:
➳ Instagram:
➳ Blog:
➳ Facebook:
➳ Goodreads:
➳ Twitter:

No Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: