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$19.95  $18.55
Regal House Publishing
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5.4 X 8.4 X 1.0 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author
Judith Lindbergh's debut novel, The Thrall's Tale, published by Viking, was an IndieBound Pick, a Borders Original Voices Selection, and praised by Pulitzer Prize winners Geraldine Brooks and Robert Olen Butler. In addition to numerous publications, she spoke at the Smithsonian and provided expert commentary on the History Channel's series Mankind: The Story of All of Us. Judith is the Founder/Director of The Writers Circle, a creative writing center based in New Jersey. https: //judithlindbergh.com/
"Thoroughly imagined and vividly described, this novel is a gripping saga, a love story, and a convincing portrait of a time and people lost to history." --Christina Baker Kline, #1 bestselling author of Orphan Train and The Exiles
"Set against the unfolding drama of an ancient warring tribe of the Asian steppes, the novel captures both the mystery of love and the majesty of the human spirit." --Cathy Marie Buchanan, New York Times bestselling author of Daughter of Black Lake and The Painted Girls
"If you love Madeline Miller's Circe, you must read Akmaral. Lindbergh delivers a breathtaking story filled with vivid characters, haunted landscapes, powerful battle scenes, and a love story you will not soon forget." --Laurir Lico Albanese, award-winning author of Hester
"Akmaral transported me, night after page-turning night, to a world I would never have been able to experience otherwise, an unforgettable wind-swept world before the dawn of patriarchy." --Barbara Quick, author of Vivaldi's Virgins and What Disappears
"Written with a wild poetry, the author brings to life a strong woman and her unforgettable story amid stark cliffs and green pastures, guided by a mystical exiled old woman and the ghost of her lost best friend. Akmaral is magic." --Stephanie Cowell, American Book Award recipient and author of Claude & Camille: A Novel of Monet and The Boy in the Rain