Not so many years ago, the author opened a long-hidden diary and stepped back into 1790s Europe, bearing witness to a young girl’s life in turbulent Poland. Anna Maria’s personal heart-stopping saga now beckons you to experience “all the sweep and romance of ‘Gone with the Wind’ and ‘Doctor Zhivago.'” Vivid, romantic, and thrillingly paced, it paints the emotional and unforgettable story of the metamorphosis of a nation–and of a proud and resilient young woman. A stand-alone novel, this is the first part of the trilogy that won the 2018 Gold Medal IPPI Award.
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James Conroyd Martin is the award-winning author of PUSH NOT THE RIVER, a novel based on the diary of a countess in 1790s Poland; AGAINST A CRIMSON SKY, which continues the family saga into the Napoleonic era; and The WARSAW CONSPIRACY, detailing the young Polish cadets’ rising against the mighty Russia. It is now a best-selling e-book boxed set. HOLOGRAM: A HAUNTING is a Piers Anthony recommended ghost story with a modern twist. The latest: THE BOY WHO WANTED WINGS is a story of love and war as a young man seeks to become a hussar, one of the elite Polish lancers who rode into battle wearing wings of eagle feathers on their backs. The book culminates with the Battle of Vienna, 1683, which occurred on September 11-12, 1683. It was the FIRST 9/11, pitting the Ottoman Empire against Christian Europe. As crucial and consequential as the Battle of Hastings, this battle changed the course of European history.