Midnight on the Marne

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5.63 X 8.55 X 1.18 inches | 0.94 pounds

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About the Author

Sarah Adlakha is a native of Chicago who now lives along the Mississippi Gulf Coast with her husband, three daughters, two horses, and one dog. She started writing fiction shortly after retiring from her psychiatry practice. Her debut novel, She Wouldn't Change a Thing, was a CNN most anticipated book of 2021. Midnight on the Marne is her second novel.


" Entrancing...Adlakha expertly lays the foundation for this sweeping, tragic romance...This wistful tale is a winner." --Publishers Weekly

"Midnight on the Marne is a well-written and well-researched story centered around one of the most crucial battles of the Great War. I thoroughly enjoyed Sarah's novel and highly recommend it, especially to those who like history with a twist." --Stephen L. Harris, author of Rock of the Marne: The American Soldiers Who Turned the Tide Against the Kaiser in World War I

"Midnight on the Marne is an extraordinary tale of "what if," which cleverly explores how both fate and personal choice can change the course of the world. One of the most unique and beautiful pieces of historical fiction I've ever read. An emotional, breathtaking, deftly plotted masterpiece." --Kristin Harmel, New York Times bestselling author of The Forest of Vanishing Stars

"A richly imagined journey into the realm of what if, Midnight on the Marne delves into an alternate world of supreme cruelty and loss, yet where love still endures and fate still entwines souls, and courage can conquer all." --Shana Abe, New York Times bestselling author of The Second Mrs. Astor

"A moving and thought-provoking story of love and loss, highlighting how a single, pivotal moment in time can affect history on a personal and a global level. Midnight on the Marne paints a searing picture of World War 1 that doesn't shy away from the brutal reality, yet overlays the grimness of war with a beautifully written love story." --Fiona Valpy, bestselling author of The Dressmaker's Gift