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Fifteen Nights: The Forgotten Christmas

Fifteen Nights: The Forgotten Christmas

by Michael Heintz
Fifteen Nights: The Forgotten Christmas

Fifteen Nights: The Forgotten Christmas

by Michael Heintz


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A tale of anticipation and magic, fear and courage, horror and hope

In the shadows of the traditional manger events, a great drama unfolds that is not for the squeamish or the faint of heart. Fifteen Nights goes past Christmas and even beyond "Little Christmas" to explore an oft-overlooked part of the usually festive narrative. This original story is embedded within the time-honored "Three Kings" legend and covers all the common Christmas themes of birth, love and devotion. It does not overlook, however, that these were also closely and relentlessly pursued by sinister conspiracies, complex betrayals and the most heinous of crimes. Set in the historical context of the middle-east "at the turning point of time", the story follows common people from all walks of life in the midst of exceptional events – ordinary players thrown onto an extraordinary stage.

"The power of love and courage in the face of adversity; elegantly crafted; stimulating. An entertaining and yet serious treatment of subtle and far reaching content. I highly recommend it!"

Treasa O'Driscoll, author of Celtic Woman, a memoir of life's poetic journey

Fifteen Nights retells one of the most powerful and universal stories of all times in an original and unexpected way. Christmas has long been a central and defining moment for much of humanity, but like all stories of light, it did not fail to attract the powers of darkness - Here is the well known tale of the first Noël, with a twist. Actually, lots of twists...

Caution: Contains scenes of violence - Not appropriate for all ages.

Also by Michael Heintz and from Outskirts Press, the epic play:

"FAMILY TREE, Seven Generations"

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781432727833
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 11/24/2009
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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