Can Witchcraft be seen merely as a Manifestation of a Society that feared ´Marginal´ Women?: Marion Luger
Can Witchcraft be seen merely as a Manifestation of a Society that feared ´Marginal´ Women?:Akademische Schriftenreihe. 3. Auflage. Marion Luger
Leisel and Evelyn lost everything. Husbands. Families. Friends. Lives that made sense. All they had left was each other and a friendship that could withstand anything...even an apocalypse. Until one fateful night when the marginal safety they´d come to rely on comes to a vicious and brutal end, and they find themselves face to face with a much altered, much crueler life. Traveling across a broken and infection-ridden country, they find everything comes at a price - especially safety, the cost of which could very well strip them of the one thing they´ve tried so hard to cling to: their humanity. Yet along with all the trials they´re forced to endure, there´s also hope in the form of love. But in such a savage world, is there room for love? In a place of nightmares made reality, where the living should be feared far more than the dead, an unbreakable friendship and a love among all odds can mean the difference between life and death. 1. Language: English. Narrator: CJ Bloom. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/004709/bk_tant_004709_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.