The Book of Esther, additionally referred to in Hebrew as “the Scroll” (Megillah), is a book in the third segment (Ketuvim, “Compositions”) of the Jewish Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible) and in the Old Testament. It relates the tale of a Hebrew lady in Persia, conceived as Hadassah however known as Esther, who moves toward becoming ruler of Persia and obstructs a genocide of her kin. The story of Esther in the Bible frames the centre of the Jewish celebration of Purim, amid which it is perused resoundingly twice: once at night and again the next morning.
The book of Esther in the Bible is the main book that does not unequivocally mention God.
The Book Of Esther Summary – Commentary On Esther Old Testament