Born to a slave woman in the palace of a Sumerian queen, Tabni is raised amid splendor far beyond her lowly status. But when disaster strikes, she is thrust alone into a harsh world and forced to rely on the one possession she cannot lose - the ability to write. Struggling to survive, Tabni makes a daring choice that threatens to turn all the gods in heaven and earth against her. It is only a matter of time until the gods unleash their fury and exact vengeance.
As an exciting follow-up to their worldview course for 5th through 8th grade students, BrimWood Press has commissioned a new series of historical novels called Engaging Thinkers. This series includes one novel for each of the chronological periods of history: ancient, medieval, early modern and modern. Each story highlights the beliefs of a different worldview family: polytheism, monotheism, naturalism and pantheism. All are guaranteed to prompt thoughtful family discussions.
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