Eden's Bride

Eden's Bride

by Daniel Phalen


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Eden's Bride by Daniel Phalen

Sumer, The Cradle of Civilization, 3200 BC


Under the watchful eye of a deadly cobra, an empath risks her life and mankind's future to foresee an alternative to war.

The world is about to turn from rule by women to the age of kings and wars. Nippur's high priestess Uruna is tasked with preserving matrilineal culture by prophecy. Her final recourse is her lover, a renegade lion hunter who must perform flawlessly with her in an arcane ritual no man has lived to finish.

But the regime's lack of an armed defense opens the door for a power-mad priest to impose an army of insurgents, remove women from office, and confiscate their lands.

Torn between her longing for love and her pledge as bride to a nation, Uruna risks death to pull humanity back from the brink of chaos--even if the cost is more shattering than her worst nightmare.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780971297128
Publisher: Creston Hall Press
Publication date: 03/15/2017
Pages: 414
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.92(d)

About the Author

Dan Phalen authors fiction about women in Sumerian history. Married to a strong woman, he investigated feminist cultures from the distant past, particularly shifts between matricentric and patriarchal cultures. His Sumerian Chronicles trilogy resulted.

Dan lives in the heart of California "Gold Country" where history lurks around every corner and sometimes under the local shopping center.

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