Dreaming in Egypt

  • by Maria Isabel Pita
  • Narrated by Maria Isabel Pita
  • 10 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Daughter of the high priest of Re, Asenath is a child when she first meets the Hebrew slave, Joseph. That night her lucid dreams begin as her heart and destiny are forever joined with the extraordinary man whom Elohim, the one true God, has chosen as part of his plan for the world's redemption. The untold story of Asenath's awakening to the divine truth through the power of love and dreams gives flesh, blood, and soul to the woman scripture merely names as Joseph's bride.
Maria Isabel Pita draws directly from the book of Genesis to tell the story of Joseph from a remarkable new perspective. The Story of Asenath and Joseph is a heart-soaring tale of romance, destiny, dreams, and faith that views the rise of a captive Hebrew from slave to prisoner to ruler through the eyes of the woman who loves him.


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Dreaming in Egypt

What did you love best about Dreaming in Egypt?

I really liked this audiobook. It was so interesting to listen to what life was like back then. Egypt has always been and always will be an area of great interest . I loved how the story was in Asenath's POV andI enjoyed listening about her life.

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- Zoe

Enjoyable and interesting

What made the experience of listening to Dreaming in Egypt the most enjoyable?

The narrator has a lovey voice that is a mix of strength, passion and projects curiosity through one of the characters that made a delightful easy listen

What other book might you compare Dreaming in Egypt to and why?

No book but a historical novel presented in a way that engages

Have you listened to any of Maria Isabel Pita’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, and the usual high standard I expect. Well researched and factual where it should be and a delightful story where it matters.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No - I wanted it to last

Any additional comments?

There is a mix of fact, fantasy and some decent into the area of conscious or lucid dreaming. It was all blended in a wonderful way so never felt like a rough shift or a point was being made, just an easy too and fro that added depth to the work

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- P. Maich

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-2016
  • Publisher: Maria Isabel Pita