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Beyond Zenke's Gate by C. W. Burbank

Beyond Zenke's Gate

by C. W. Burbank

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Avedis Hamazian was 10 years old in June of 1901 when he was abducted and presented as a gift to the Grand Sultan. The Hamazians--an Armenian Christian family that sought only to worship God and live peaceably in their hamlet near the Euphrates River--were devasted. Avedis was the family's sole male heir. Based on actual events during The Ottoman Empire, this novel explores how the Christian family copes with the kidnapping as well as government oppression, religious intolerance and racial bigotry. Can their faith survive these ordeals?

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