Alabaster
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Alabaster  -     By: Chris Aslan
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Alabaster brings a first-century Middle Eastern village and its culture to life for modern-day readers.

Maryam is stuck in an abusive marriage, living with her in-laws in a conservative, toxically religious village. A few years back, her father was given a jar of priceless perfume by a dying leper and it seemed as if their fortunes would improve, but then Maryam's father contracted leprosy and was exiled from the village. Maryam and her siblings, Eleazar and Marta, experience the shame and ostracism this brings. The precious jar that was meant to bring them freedom has only brought destruction. 

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Title: Alabaster
By: Chris Aslan
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Lion Fiction
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 7.75 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1782642285
ISBN-13: 9781782642282
Stock No: WW642282

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Maryam is stuck in an abusive marriage, living with her in-laws, in a conservative, toxically religious Middle Eastern setting. A few years back, her father was given a jar of priceless perfume by a dying leper and it seemed as if their fortunes would improve, but then Maryam's father contracted leprosy and was exiled by the village. Maryam and her brother, Eleazar, and sister, Marta, experience the shame and ostracism this brings. The precious jar that was meant to bring them freedom, but it only seems to have brought destruction. But rumours abound concerning a new doctor; perhaps hope is on the horizon...

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