The fifth sacred thing

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Bantam Books, Jun 1, 1994 - Fiction - 486 pages
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Here is an unforgettable epic that brilliantly dramatizes the choices we must make in order to insure the survial of our selves, our society, and our planet. This powerful novel of ideas and the future of human life itself is written by the bestselling author of The Spiral Dance.

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I loved the scope of this, and I enjoyed the plot. - Goodreads
Starhawk is a very good writer and story-teller. - Goodreads
My first introduction to "ecofeminism." - Goodreads

Review: The Fifth Sacred Thing (Maya Greenwood #1)

User Review  - Abilouise - Goodreads

I seriously loved this book, it's one of the books that I've submerged in the whole time I was reading it, and I was sad when it was over. I enjoyed this in a similar way to the way that I enjoyed ... Read full review

Review: The Fifth Sacred Thing (Maya Greenwood #1)

User Review  - Ray Riddle - Goodreads

Starhawk has written a very impressive book with her first fiction novel. It's quite long and filled with many interesting characters. The city that is the main setting, or home to the main characters ... Read full review


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Starhawk is one of the foremost voices of ecofeminism.

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