Journey through the Heart of Ancient Jerusalem

Journey through the Heart of Ancient Jerusalem

Individuals often experience challenges and opportunities in life, and one’s chosen path decides one’s ultimate destiny. William Copeland’s Exiled is a fascinating journey exploring the complexities of one’s own life. Aside from being entertaining, this story provides broad perspectives about human nature, bravery, and the search for justice. 

Depths of Human Emotions

In this book, William explores the human mind, showing an enigmatic tapestry of feelings that will touch an emotional connection with readers like you. Every character’s path mirrors one’s ups and downs, from the weak bonds of compassion and love to the crushing clutches of envy and treachery. Every character’s journey shows the strength of the human soul, from Raphu’s unexplained empathy to Michael’s strong commitment.

Maze of Ethical Issues 

Set in ancient Jerusalem, Exiled presents moral problems that will make you think and stay with you long after the last page is turned. People struggle with issues of religion, allegiance, and what’s best for society as the city prepares for an invasion. Stay and work for the nation you love, or go into banishment to find safety. Although these issues are challenging, William handles them, encouraging you to think about your beliefs and ideals when things go wrong. 

Redemption and Hope

This book contains stories about second chances and optimism, where a glimmer of light clings to the brink of gloom. Characters learn the meaning of true courage through painful sacrifices and surprising friendships: doing the right thing, no matter the cost. Even in exile, there is hope for a better tomorrow as the city teeters on the edge of ruin, and hope arises from the unlikeliest places. 

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Photo Courtesy: William Copeland

Exiled is a must-read for those searching for an extraordinary literary experience because of its well-developed characters, exciting location, and engaging storyline. William Copeland invites you on a magnificent journey with ancient Jerusalem in a world where the past and present coexist. If you’re looking for an incredible story of perseverance, hope, and bravery, this book is for you. Get ready to be enchanted, transported, and changed as you enter within its pages. 

About William Copeland

William was married to Shirley Irene for forty-nine and a half years. They had three children together, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He mowed lawns in grade school, worked on farms and in a hospital in high school, then a lumber mill, worked retail sales and management, and finally settled working in a bank in the accounting and loan servicing departments. He enjoys exploring and learning. He has a Master of Divinity Degree and a Master of Accounting and Financial Management degree. William enjoys investing in stocks and real estate. His interest in writing goes back to high school but never had time after high school. There were too many things going on. Last year, after Shirley died, he decided it was time to write. Exiled is about the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians in 587 BC. What would it be like to live in a city under siege? What is the role of God in the lives of people? How does one form and build relationships? And what is one’s response to tragedy?

When William was in college, Shirley and he spent a summer in Israel on an archaeological dig at Tel Lachish. Standing on a mound of rubble, you realize that this was once someone’s home. A family once lived here and worked hard to build a pleasant life, and all that is left is tumbled-down walls, broken pottery, a roof roller, and a sling stone. It makes a person pause and reflect. That possibly was the seed for this book.

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