THE WAYWARD MOON
NEW REISSUE COMING SOON
"What would it have been, like I wondered, to be a woman in the middle east at such a time? To be an entity not worthy of literacy, or education, or even free mobility, in a world where such a situation was not only the norm, but understood as a law of nature? What would happen if such a woman was suddenly, overnight, forced to make her way in such a world? It was these questions, arising from what appeared to be a giant hole in the texts of the period, that sparked the image of Rahel, finding herself alone in a hostile world where danger and malevolence await her at every turn."
- From the preface to the reissued edition of
The Wayward Moon