Temple of a Thousand Faces
By John Shors
(New American Library, Paperback, 9780451239174, 512pp.)
Publication Date: February 5, 2013
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When his land is taken by force, Prince Jayavar of the Khmer people narrowly escapes death at the hands of the conquering Cham king, Indravarman. Exiled from their homeland, he and his mystical wife Ajadevi set up a secret camp in the jungle with the intention of amassing an army bold enough to reclaim their kingdom and free their people. Meanwhile, Indravarman rules with an iron fist, pitting even his most trusted men against each other and quashing any hint of rebellion.
Moving from a poor fisherman's family whose sons find the courage to take up arms against their oppressors, to a beautiful bride who becomes a prize of war, to an ambitious warrior whose allegiance is torn--"Temple of a Thousand Faces" is an unforgettable saga of love, betrayal, and survival at any cost.
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