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White Mare's Daughter (1998) [Novel]
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Series: Epona
Part: 1

Summary (From the publisher):

It is an age of legend, a time of fire. A time of peaceful cities where the Goddess is still worshiped and roving tribes of warriors follow a great and vengeful God.

In this turbulent time, two remarkable people will change the course of history: Sarama, the flame-haired young priestess of the Horse Goddess, undertakes a daring journey astride her majestic white Mare to a land where women rule. There she will find love, passion, purpose, and her true destiny.

Agni, her handsome, headstrong twin brother, has been chosen to rule his nomadic clan. Tormented by a forbidden love, driven by his warrior spirit, he will provoke a fateful confrontation that will unleash the winds of change.
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Original title: White Mare's Daughter
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionHistoricalPrehistoric Epics, Ancient Civilizations, and Precontact Native Americans

Edition #1: White Mare's Daughter

White Mare's Daughter (1998)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "A great adventure, beautifully written! And the horses are great." Diana Gabaldon
  • "White Mare's Daughter is a wonderful book, powerful and evocative. The characters come vividly alive and the clash and eventual melding of hte patriarchal nomadic and settled matriarchal agrarian cultures is fascinating." Roberta Gellis
  • "Judith Tarr is as confident in describing the battlefields of war as she is in exploring the conflicts of love." The Washington Post
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White Mare's Daughter (1998)


ISBN: 0312875568

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