Havah

Havah

The Story of Eve

Book - 2009
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Eve, the woman first known as Havah, lived in utter peace without flaw in paradise, but when one fateful decision changes everything, she is exiled and watches innocence crumble as a strange new world takes its place.
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : B & H Pub., ©2009.
ISBN: 9781433668791
1433668793
Characteristics: 373 pages:,illustrations;,22 cm

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NADINE KEELS
Mar 02, 2017

After Eden, Havah’s petulance and Adam’s aloofness became a bit much for me, and as I didn’t exactly warm to any of the other characters during the often bleak events, I didn’t enjoy the read as much as I would’ve liked.

Still, I can’t dismiss the value or impeccability of the read, and I’d certainly recommend it to readers with questioning minds and an appreciation for lyrical literature.

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becknireckn
Jul 03, 2016

This book touched me deeply. It's truths of a well imagined Eden ring true to human nature, and scripture. I often think about the characters and the interplay of personalities.

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mimiswb1
Apr 08, 2016

What a beautifully written story of Adam and Eve, from Eve's perspective. This book is poetic, a triumphant and tragic read. It flows so easily you will not want to put it down! Tosca Lee is one of my favorite authors!

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ladyleprechaun13
Oct 25, 2013

sounds intriguing... similar to lineage of grace by francine rivers?? gotta love christian fiction!!!(:

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