PB 216 x 135 mm
World rights available
“Women, of course, can not be sons of God.”
In the village of Nazareth, virgin Maryam and the wife of Yosef barLevi gives birth to a miracle: a little girl. She is named Avigayil, after her grandmother.But as Avigayil grows, it’s clear she believes that she is destined to be someone greater than just the daughter of Maryam. From leading a gang of village boys to challenging the priests in the temple, Avigayil is determined to find her way as Yeshu, a man.
Yeshu can work miracles. He can see futures. He can speak for God.
A gripping, thoughtful sci-fi novel, tackling family, the multiverse and the survival of love through immense change and crisis.
Geoff Ryman is one of the most innovative and acclaimed authors writing in SFF. He is a multi-award winner and his sensitive and artful novels include Was, Air, 253 and The Child Garden.