Lonely wasn't always her name. There was a time before the wind first called her that. She lived as someone created her - an imagined life. She had never yet felt even her own touch . . .
Lonely in the Heart of the World
a mythical novel
by Mindi Meltz
September 30, 2013 Logosophia Books
ForeWord Reviews Fantasy Book of the Year Award Finalist
From Publishers Weekly
The search for love resonates throughout this fiercely imaginative epic . . . In her leisurely but potent narrative, Meltz sustains a rhapsodic tone that embraces both the sacred and the decidedly profane, and presents humanity as both threatening and compassionate. The disparate elements harmonize in unexpected and startling ways. Sometimes gushing, frequently heart-tugging, and always gripping . . . this tale will reward the reader with a pantheistic glimpse of destruction, rebirth, and the tantalizing nature of desire and union.