Three Rights Make a Left
The next day Kelly came back to Mr. Destiny’s flat and spent the entire day reading. Although she wanted to skip ahead, she followed her mentor’s nudge and read accounts from Carthage in Africa that took place miles and centuries away from the events surrounding the reign of King Manasseh.
She read the regrets of parents who sacrificed their children to a false God. This time it was Baal-hammon that was believed to give a good crop or safe passage of goods to far-away markets in exchange for the lives of their children.
It was very hard reading. After lunch Kelly started reading accounts from the first century. She knew that every book she read could be the life’s work of many archeologists and would change the interpretation of history. As a linguist she knew library and the artifacts would make the Rosetta Stone look like a common rock.
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