The Hebraica Trilogy: Sacrifice Book Reading, Signing and Discussion

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The Hebraica Trilogy: Sacrifice Book Reading, Signing and Discussion

Join us at the Irish Jewish Museum to hear Christine Jordan read from her latest book Sacrifice, published by Bloodhound Books.

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Irish Jewish Museum 3 Walworth Road D08 TD29 Dublin 8 Ireland

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us at the Irish Jewish Museum to hear Christine Jordan read from her latest book Sacrifice, published by Bloodhound Books.

This event gives you the opportunity to hear directly from Christine and have your questions answered about her work and the research undertaken for this historical fiction classic.

Please note: Tickets will not be available on the door.

Blending fact with fiction, Sacrifice, follows the fictional lives of Moses le Riche's family and his Jewish community in 12th- century England.

A young couple struggles to build a life together in this suspenseful saga . . .

Zev, a humble butcher’s son, has always loved Arlette but she is promised to another. When the death of a Christian boy is blamed on the local Jews, Arlette is caught up in the ensuing chaos and mob violence leading her betrothed to reject her. Throughout the ordeal, Zev remains steadfast and refuses to abandon Arlette while she struggles to overcome her trauma. But their troubles are far from over as they endure continuing harassment and are drawn into intrigue involving the Irish king.

Can the pair continue to battle and survive against all the odds?

Sacrifice is a rich historical drama filled with danger, love and betrayal.

Join us for an exclusive evening and meet the author who will be doing a live Q and A session and book signing.

An event not to be missed!

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LATEST REVIEW FOR SACRIFICE ON GOODREADS

This book is the first in a series and has the makings of an epic! It is the story of moneylender Moses, his niece Arlette and Zev, the butchers son. It is also a story about persecution, about rumours, trauma, and choices. It is more than just historical fiction, as some of the themes are very relevant in our modern times.

This story has echoes of GoT and will definitely appeal to fans of The Song of Ice and Fire series. It is brutal in places, not for the faint hearted.

Alli