Queen of the Jews. A novel
Cover of Queen of the Jews. English.
Queen of the Jews. A novel
by NL Herzenberg

“Very original. A monumental work of vibrant imagination.”
—Moris Farhi (1935-2019), Turkish-British author, vice-president of International PEN

“This rich…novel works on many levels, and it is impossible to label it, to define it by genre. It is both a love story, a philosophical novel, a historical novel, a surreal fable, a meditation on the absurdity of extremism, an allegory of our condition, and a mystery. In a nutshell, it is an original and beautiful novel.”
—Dmitry Borshch

NL Herzenberg is a pen name of Nina Kossman.

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