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Havah: The Story of Eve 

by Tosca Lee


From "Review:  Havah: the Story of Eve" at Writers Notebook

 Havah: The Story of Eve by Tosca Lee


My rating: 5 of 5 stars Tosca Lee follows her stunning debut novel "Demon: A Memoir" with her richly imagined, scripturally based "Havah: The Story of Eve."

In her first moments in the Garden of Eden, Havah (Eve) hears a whisper in her ear, then within her mind: "Wake." So begins her brief moment in paradise, the mere blink of an eye in her 1000-year lifespan.


Whether one believes in a literal Garden of Eden on earth, Adam and Eve as entities in another dimension, or a figurative story of paradise from the realm of archetype, Lee's "Havah" retains the spirit of the mythic stories we know of the Garden before and after the fall of man.



See the full text of Malcolm R. Campbell's review of Havah: the Story of Eve at Writer's Notebook.



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