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"This first novel by a promising young writer is both vivid historical fiction and a haunting fable."--Library Journal "An enchanting, gorgeous read...Lukas captures the scents and sounds, the vivid beauty, the subtle intrigue and simultaneous naivety, of the Ottoman Empire unaware of its imminent demise."--Siobhan Fallon, author of You Know When the Men are Gone "A stunning debut...Lukas has managed to create an instant classic that feels as if it should be retroactively slipped into the great libraries of the old world."--Reif Larsen, author of The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet "The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel..."--Read All Day "Lukas...brings a raconteur's sense of storytelling, a traveler's eye for color and a scholar's sense of history to his first novel. ... Lukas has given us a Turkish delight."--San Francisco Chronicle "A magical debut."--Good Housekeeping "[an] impressive debut novel."--San Francisco magazine "Michael David Lukas charms in his debut."--Vanity Fair "A lyrical debut...A passionate novel that beautifully conveys the flavor of Turkish culture...focusing on the effect a young prodigy has on the political leaders of the time."--Kirkus Reviews "THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is one of those debuts that defies the norm."--Bookreporter.com "An enchanting literary debut...A charming tale of passion and intrigue...that could be read in one sitting, spine-tingling descriptions will transport readers to another place and time."--Today's Zaman "A beautifully written debut novel...Political intrigue, historical upheaval and Eastern mysticism come together in surprising ways as Lukas brings the book to a poignant conclusion tinged with magical realism."--Mercury News ."..this riveting debut novel not only captures the atmosphere of the exotic European crossroads but also introduces a young girl who is utterly captivating."--Bookloons.com "A gem of a first novel...an appealing blend of magical and historical realism...This is a polished literary work that will appeal to a wide readership."--Cleveland Plain Dealer "In his enchanting debut novel, Michael David Lukas captures the mystical world of the Ottoman Empire."---Book Beast "Beguiling...Lukas veers from the tried-and-true, making THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL a novel that offers delightful surprises."--Jane Ciabattari, Los Angeles Times "A beautifully written debut novel. . . . Political intrigue, historical upheaval and Eastern mysticism come together in surprising ways as Lukas brings the book to a poignant conclusion tinged with magical realism."--Mercury News "An enchanting, gorgeous read . . . Lukas captures the scents and sounds, the vivid beauty, the subtle intrigue and simultaneous naivety, of the Ottoman Empire unaware of its imminent demise."--Siobhan Fallon, author of You Know When the Men are Gone "[An] impressive debut novel."--San Francisco magazine "A stunning debut . . . Lukas has managed to create an instant classic that feels as if it should be retroactively slipped into the great libraries of the old world."--Reif Larsen, author of The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet "Lukas . . . brings a raconteur's sense of storytelling, a traveler's eye for color and a scholar's sense of history to his first novel. . . . Lukas has given us a Turkish delight."--San Francisco Chronicle ""The Oracle of Stamboul" is a delight, a gem of a first novel."--Read All Day Beguiling. . . . Lukas veers from the tried-and-true, making "The Oracle of Stamboul" a novel that offers delightful surprises. --Jane Ciabattari, Los Angeles Times" Lukas . . . brings a raconteur s sense of storytelling, a traveler s eye for color and a scholar s sense of history to his first novel. . . . Lukas has given us a Turkish delight. --San Francisco Chronicle" An enchanting, gorgeous read . . . Lukas captures the scents and sounds, the vivid beauty, the subtle intrigue and simultaneous naivety, of the Ottoman Empire unaware of its imminent demise. --Siobhan Fallon, author of You Know When the Men are Gone" A stunning debut . . . Lukas has managed to create an instant classic that feels as if it should be retroactively slipped into the great libraries of the old world. --Reif Larsen, author of The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet" Michael David Lukas charms in his debut. --Vanity Fair" A lyrical debut A passionate novel that beautifully conveys the flavor of Turkish culture focusing on the effect a young prodigy has on the political leaders of the time. --Kirkus Reviews" This first novel by a promising young writer is both vivid historical fiction and a haunting fable. --Library Journal" The exotic sights and sounds of nineteenth-century Turkey spring vividly to life in Lukas promising debut. --Booklist (starred review)" A magical debut. --Good Housekeeping" "The Oracle of Stamboul" is a delight, a gem of a first novel. --Read All Day" [An] impressive debut novel. --San Francisco magazine" THE ORACLE OF STAMBOUL is one of those debuts that defies the norm. --Bookreporter.com" ...this riveting debut novel not only captures the atmosphere of the exotic European crossroads but also introduces a young girl who is utterly captivating. --Bookloons.com" In his enchanting debut novel, Michael David Lukas captures the mystical world of the Ottoman Empire. ---Book Beast" A gem of a first novel an appealing blend of magical and historical realism This is a polished literary work that will appeal to a wide readership. --Cleveland Plain Dealer" A beautifully written debut novel. . . . Political intrigue, historical upheaval and Eastern mysticism come together in surprising ways as Lukas brings the book to a poignant conclusion tinged with magical realism. --Mercury News" An enchanting literary debut A charming tale of passion and intrigue that could be read in one sitting, spine-tingling descriptions will transport readers to another place and time. --Today's Zaman" ..".this riveting debut novel not only captures the atmosphere of the exotic European crossroads but also introduces a young girl who is utterly captivating."--Bookloons.com "The Oracle of Stamboul is a delight, a gem of a first novel."--Read All Day "The exotic sights and sounds of nineteenth-century Turkey spring vividly to life in Lukas' promising debut."--Booklist (starred review) "Beguiling. . . . Lukas veers from the tried-and-true, making The Oracle of Stamboul a novel that offers delightful surprises."--Jane Ciabattari, Los Angeles Times

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