The world had no place for a brilliant, charismatic woman like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her relentless crusade for civil rights. So she changed it. Or died trying, anyway.
Before a 20-year war had reduced it to rubble, Beirut was the most glamorous city in the middle east, and Broadway bound Lizzie Gold lands right in the middle of it. Suddenly, she’s a star! She even falls in love. And never really notices that the whole country is a tinderbox about to blow. (Did I mention she’s Jewish?)
Washington spinmeister, Julie Bryan, stumbles into a world so strange, so magical, she knows it can't be real. On the other hand, when you manufacture "truth" for a living, what does "real" mean?
Floreana unfolds like a fever dream. An exquisite mystery.
But it’s not a dream.
And the mystery has never been solved.