Leaving Eden brilliantly brings to life that watershed moment in our history when man -- and woman -- turned their backs on the most ancient of laws in order to strike out in independence. Told from the point of view young Na'amah, Adam's daughter by his first wife, Lilith, it tells of the passing of the ancient Goddess and the birth of the new God.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - HippieLunatic - LibraryThing
Leaving Eden is a book I should have discarded much before the end of the novel. I found it mostly long-winded and unengagingly written. I am a reader who wants to finish books once I start them ... Read full review
Leaving EdenUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In a dramatic departure from her well-known series set in the Ottoman Empire during the 16th century (e.g., The Reign of the Favored Women, LJ 8/98), Chamberlin takes a step further back in time to ... Read full review