Until the Mountains Fall

Until the Mountains Fall

Recently widowed, Rivkah refuses to submit to the Torah law compelling her to marry her husband's brother and instead flees Kedesh, hoping to use her talents as a scribe to support herself. Without the protections of her father, Kedesh's head priest, and the safety of the city of refuge, Rivkah soon discovers that the cost of recklessness is her own freedom. Mal Recently widowed, Rivkah refuses to submit to the Torah law compelling her to marry her husband's brother and instead flees Kedes...

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Title:Until the Mountains Fall
Author:Connilyn Cossette
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Genres:Biblical Fiction
ISBN:0764234064
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

Until the Mountains Fall Reviews

  • Erin Laramore
    Jun 10, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

  • Loraine
    Jul 14, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

  • Adrienne
    Jun 26, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is a wonderful story of Biblical proportions. I enjoy spending time in ancient Biblical times and learning more about little parts of the Bible that aren't that well-known. Cossette is a wonderful storyteller. She captures the audience wit...

    When Rivkah?s husband dies, her father arranges for her to marry her husband?s brother, according to Torah law. Rivkah can?t stand the idea of marrying Malakhi, who tormented her as a child, and when she can?t convince her father to call off the marriage, she flees, planning to...

  • Beth
    Jul 01, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

  • Elizabeth
    Jun 13, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is a wonderful story of Biblical proportions. I enjoy spending time in ancient Biblical times and learning more about little parts of the Bible that aren't that well-known. Cossette is a wonderful storyteller. She captures the audience wit...

    When Rivkah?s husband dies, her father arranges for her to marry her husband?s brother, according to Torah law. Rivkah can?t stand the idea of marrying Malakhi, who tormented her as a child, and when she can?t convince her father to call off the marriage, she flees, planning to...

    Oh! This book! From late night reading sessions to a bit of ugly crying, this was such a stunning entry in a magnificent family saga. Connilyn Cossette truly has a gift for bringing the Old Testament to life with intrigue and romance as abundant as the milk and honey of the Promised La...

  • Jolene
    Jul 10, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

  • Anne
    Jul 12, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

  • Inspirationalfictionreader
    Jul 12, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

  • Shantelle
    Jul 20, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

  • Martha
    Jul 15, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

  • Clara
    Jun 21, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

  • Christian Fiction Addiction
    Aug 13, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is a wonderful story of Biblical proportions. I enjoy spending time in ancient Biblical times and learning more about little parts of the Bible that aren't that well-known. Cossette is a wonderful storyteller. She captures the audience wit...

    When Rivkah?s husband dies, her father arranges for her to marry her husband?s brother, according to Torah law. Rivkah can?t stand the idea of marrying Malakhi, who tormented her as a child, and when she can?t convince her father to call off the marriage, she flees, planning to...

    Oh! This book! From late night reading sessions to a bit of ugly crying, this was such a stunning entry in a magnificent family saga. Connilyn Cossette truly has a gift for bringing the Old Testament to life with intrigue and romance as abundant as the milk and honey of the Promised La...

    Connilyn Cossette has once again crafted a novel that will draw you back in time to the early days of Israel, and introduce you to a host of characters who will bring you heartache and sorrow and moments of joy all at once. The story is very well written and brings history to life in a...

  • Marian Baay
    Jun 22, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

  • S
    Jun 06, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is a wonderful story of Biblical proportions. I enjoy spending time in ancient Biblical times and learning more about little parts of the Bible that aren't that well-known. Cossette is a wonderful storyteller. She captures the audience wit...

    When Rivkah?s husband dies, her father arranges for her to marry her husband?s brother, according to Torah law. Rivkah can?t stand the idea of marrying Malakhi, who tormented her as a child, and when she can?t convince her father to call off the marriage, she flees, planning to...

    Oh! This book! From late night reading sessions to a bit of ugly crying, this was such a stunning entry in a magnificent family saga. Connilyn Cossette truly has a gift for bringing the Old Testament to life with intrigue and romance as abundant as the milk and honey of the Promised La...

    Connilyn Cossette has once again crafted a novel that will draw you back in time to the early days of Israel, and introduce you to a host of characters who will bring you heartache and sorrow and moments of joy all at once. The story is very well written and brings history to life in a...

    Amazing, amazing, amazing. I just finished Until the Mountains Fall and it was wonderful. One of those books that you simply can't put down and when it's done you want more. This is one outstanding read. The story tells of two lives, Rivkah and Malakhi, that have been intertwined since...

  • Becky Lewis
    Jun 30, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

  • Staci
    Jul 26, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

  • Lady Alexandrine
    Jun 30, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

  • Phyllis
    Jul 04, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

  • Nay Denise
    Jun 22, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

  • Kelly Bridgewater
    Jul 08, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...

    Wow. When you think this author can't surprise you with a better book than she has written previously, and when she does, you end up sitting on the couch staring at your book for a bit. That is what I did when I finished this story. The honor of showing the Prodigal son story, set ...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is a wonderful story of Biblical proportions. I enjoy spending time in ancient Biblical times and learning more about little parts of the Bible that aren't that well-known. Cossette is a wonderful storyteller. She captures the audience wit...

  • Deanne Patterson
    Jul 13, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

  • Lydia Howe
    Aug 14, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

  • Susan
    Jul 08, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

  • Beth Erin
    Jul 23, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

  • Lori
    Jul 06, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

  • Gracie
    Jul 02, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

  • Abigail Harris
    May 30, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

  • Jenna Van Mourik
    Jun 24, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

  • Michaela Selway
    Jun 02, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

  • Amelia
    Jul 15, 2019

    While I do visualize from what I am reading I noticed the author has an amazing Pinterest board for this book. I highly recommend you look at it as you read this book as it will enhance your reading experience so much! It's just amazing how the author makes this so long ago time perio...

    This is my favorite story so far in Cossette's Cities of Refuge series. Taking place during the time period of the book of Joshua and Judges when God told Joshua to establish cities of refuge for those who had accidentally killed someone, this novel is a story of the prodigal daughter....

    Sometimes we can get lost in ideologies and philosophies... or some misplaced conviction. What we fail to notice is that there's something deeper leading us there. We'd usually point out desire or temptation, but what about grief? And, in truth, can it just be a deep aching thirst we ...

    Spectacular! This third novel of the Cities of Refuge Series pulled me in from the beginning and kept hold of my heart and interest to the very end. Rivkah didn't realize how good her life was until she left it behind. She is a talented scribe for her father in Kedesh and chooses to...

    Connilyn Cossette in her novel ?Until the Mountains Fall? recreates the world of the Bible with skill and detailed knowledge of the realities of daily life. The novel follows Rivkah, a spoiled and headstrong girl, whose father is the head priest in Kedesh, one of the cities of refu...

    ?Every day I stand here on the roof before I pray and just watch the road, imagining she will appear..." Connilyn Cossette has written a powerful re-telling of The Prodigal Son. Until the Mountains Fall powerfully balances tension and humor in such an eloquent way; completed by ...

    Until the Mountains Fall is a beautiful addition to the Cities of Refuge series. The setting, characters, and story are so fully realized that I was hard pressed to put the book down. Rivkah is not the easiest character to love, however, her growth throughout the story is a thing of be...

    Until the Mountains Fall was a bittersweet continuation to the CITIES OF REFUGE series by Connilyn Cossette. I think it's my favorite book of the series! It was exciting to travel back to these Biblical times and reunite with characters from previous books ... Moriyah, Sofea, and so on...

    Rivkah, the daughter of the priest in Kedesh, has witnessed many years of pain and frustration; the death of her mother, which nobody understands, her marriage to a man she barely knows - and then his death - and now levirate marriage to his brother - a boy that has tormented and tease...

    Received an eARC and finished paperback copy from the author for review. This was just wow...finished this book about 20 mins ago...taking time to gather my thoughts. I'm debating between a 4 or 4.5 ? rating. I'm more partial to the first two books. I did love Malakhi and Rivkah. ...

    Just finished this delightful read and I'm wondering if anyone noticed the theme here? It's in one of Jesus' parables and one of my favorites of all of His stories!! I was really happy to return to Kedesh with all of my friends again!! It seems forever in between books!! Forgiveness ...

    Full review on FaithfullyBookish.com With a gentle nod to the story of the prodigal son, Until the Mountains Fall is a breathtaking addition to the Cities of Refuge series. Cossette masterfully brings the diverse cultures of biblical times to life with vivid authenticity. The st...

    One of the things that I love about Biblical fiction is the hopeful thread of God?s faithfulness which is almost always woven throughout the story. If hope is a thread, then this book is a magnificent tapestry. This is by far one of the most redemptive, uplifting, powerful Biblical f...

    Until the Mountains Fall is probably my favorite book by Ms. Cossette. The Cities of Refuge books touch on a little known period of history following the Israelites return to the Promised Land of Israel, before the book of Judges. Cossette's attention to historical detail and vivid des...

    My Review: Genre: Biblical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars! (I?ve found some good books this week!) My Recommendation: 13 to 16 up depending on how readers like romance. . . Warnings below, too. My Favorite Character: Though she made mistakes and was at first a somewhat spoil...

    With this story, Connilyn Cossette has permanently jumped onto my list of auto buy authors! I don?t read a lot of Biblical fiction, but if Connilyn Cossette?s name is on it, I?m going to read it! She writes stories that are so lyrical and beautiful and moving. Her characters are ...

    Connilyn Cossette knocks another one out of the park! She is a master at story-telling from Old Testament times! Until the Mountains Fall is the 3rd book in the Cities of Refuge series. While this story can stand alone on its own, I would strongly recommend reading at least book 1 (A L...

    Wow, I was so intrigued by this series! From page one till the end, I was hooked. I don't read many biblical historical fiction, but Cossette's books grabbed my attention and I'm glad I finally took the time to read her fantastic work. The characters seem so real and became fast friend...

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK Connilyn Cossette is my only 100% auto-buy author ? except I?ve never had to auto-buy her books because I?ve gotten to be on the review team for each and every one of her books. Y?all, I can?t tell you how honored I am to be able to say that! Serious...

    Travel back in time and cultures to a land so different from ours, yet so very alike. Israel is a young nation, yet they are already leaving their first love. Compromise and complacency coupled with a blatant refusal to follow the Creator Who has led them to the new land leaves them vu...

    Just when I thought I?d read the best Connilyn Cossette book ever, this stunning story landed in my life. This fascinating book is a richly woven journey of redemption, hope, love, and forgiveness. Connilyn Cossette did a magnificent job carrying the reader back through histor...

    A deeply moving story I loved the way Rivkah's story illustrated the parable of the Prodigal Son. Author Connilyn Cossette boldly gives Rivkah a less than stellar character. I found that I couldn't really see how Malakhi could be enamored with her, especially with the way she treate...

    Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette is one of the best books I've read this year. The author combined a captivating plot, steady romantic tension, and deep character development to create a tale that made me laugh, cry, and stay up way too late. Despite her immaturity and...

    Until the Mountains Fall is the third book in the Cities of Refuge series, and while it can be read as a stand alone, DON'T. You will be doing yourself a great injustice if you don't read them all and in order. Connilyn is a master story weaver and this series is just so beautifully an...