The Ringing Cedars of Russia

The Ringing Cedars of Russia

Book - 1997
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"Ringing Cedars of Russia" is Book 2 of The Ringing Cedars Book Series. This series of nine books tells the story of a remarkable woman named Anastasia, discovered in 1995 by a Siberian trader, Vladimir Megré, while he was plying the waters of the remote Ob River. Anastasia was born in the forest in 1969 to parents who died tragically when she was just a baby. Living for the most part without warm clothes, food cultivation or man-made shelter, she has survived on fruit, nuts, berries and mushrooms, brought to her by "wild" animals with which she lives in peaceful harmony. Megré initially spent three days with Anastasia, during which time she displayed such astounding knowledge, power and wisdom that he abandoned his business and, at her request, began writing this series. She told him she would encode the books with an energy that would cause them to sell in the millions. Despite his lack of writing experience, this is exactly what happened. It is Anastasia's ability to strike a chord in the heart of the reader that makes these books so very unusual. The purity and power of her words is provoking an outpouring of joy and hope in people from all walks of life. The series has sold over 11 million copies and has been translated into 20 different languages. This is the authorized English Edition.
Publisher: 1997.
Kahului, Hawaii : Ringing Cedars Press, 2008.
Edition: Second edition, revised.
ISBN: 9780980181210
0980181216
Characteristics: 243 pages :,illustrations (some colour), coloured map ;,22 cm.

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