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Book: The Flame Before Us by Richard Abbott
"...Wide in scope and rich in detail and plot..." (Historical Novel Society> "... A surprising tenderness in the face of brutality, loss, and displacement..." (Breakfast with Pandora) Conflict and commitment in the shadow of a city's downfall The raiding ships have come before, but this time it is different. This time the attackers are coming to stay, and defensive walls will not hold them back. [...]
 
Book: A Nation for Refugees by Tim I. Gurung
As Nata had only one goal of helping the refugees in life, he joined the local NGO after graduation and was in cloud nine when he got the chance of going to a foreign trip. His euphoria turned into despair when he found himself in odds with the management and was eventually kicked out. In order to eke out a living, he started a makeshift cafe at his front yard with his pet cat, Zulu, and started [...]
 
Book: Destination: Freedom - a memoir based on the true life story of a young girl Lily and her mom by Lily Amis
The best way to understand the suffering of others is to hear their stories of courage and struggle. Being homeless, displaced, isolated and useless is hard to imagine if you've never suffered it. I have, so I speak out. Destination: Freedom is a memoir based on the true life story of a young girl Lily and her mom. With only two suitcases and a large supply of hope mother and child escape to [...]
 
Book: The Night Poet by Robert N. Story
There is a fine line between sanity and madness... When five-year-old Viktor Szabo flees the havoc wreaked upon his beloved Hungary by the Nazis, his father vows that his son will no longer have to suffer the cruel cycle of Fascism and Communism which has visited his homeland for decades. But his father's promise cannot shield Viktor from the mind-bending ravages of a visitor that comes to him in [...]
 
Book: Little Lily - based on the memoir Destination - Freedom by Lily Amis
A loving story about a little girl named Lily and her mother Sima. Mother and daughter are being protected and blessed by the guardian Angel of hope during a difficult journey in their life. This book is based and inspired by the memoir: "Destination: Freedom", the first book of a trilogy by Lily Amis and reminds us that every one of us has a guardian angel and is protected and blessed by the [...]
 
Book: Mottak state of mind by Nathan Haddish Mogos
Much has been said and written about immigration politics in Western Europe, but in his debut novel Mottak state of mind, Nathan Haddish Mogos represents the voice that has not been heard, until now. Written from the unique perspective of an Eritrean refugee, this is the first novel from inside a Norwegian refugee institution, where people from different countries, religions and cultures all wait [...]
 
Book: The Most Revolutionary Act - Memoir of an American Refugee by Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
Intense government harassment between 1987 and 2002 led a 54-year old psychiatrist, single mother and social activist to close her 25-year Seattle practice to begin a new, safe life in New Zealand. Author Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall's memoir, The Most Revolutionary Act, has won an Allbooks 2011 Editor's Choice Award. "Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall is a captivating storyteller. Her memoir, The Most [...]
 
Book: Angel of Hope & Lily - featuring Monsieur Jac Couture by Lily Amis
A loving story about the guardian Angel of Hope, who protects a young girl named Lily, her mum Sima and her secret buddy, a tiny and super smart snail, Monsieur Jac Couture. With only two suitcases and a large supply of hope, the three start a new life in Europe. But they won't be able to make it through the difficult times without the support, love and care of their guardian angel: the Angel of [...]
 
Book: Little Mountain by Bob Sanchez
Little Mountain is a crime novel with an ethnic twist. The protagonist is Sambath Long, a Cambodian refugee who becomes a homicide cop in Lowell, Massachusetts. When another Cambodian is brutally murdered, "Sam" is the lead investigator. The case churns up his own horrible memories of life in a Khmer Rouge work camp. As he gets closer to nailing the criminal, he endangers both himself and his [...]
 
Book: Australian short stories for boys (& girls) by Michael Mardel
DO YOU LIKE SHORT STORIES? THESE ALL FEATURE 12 YEAR OLD BOYS - There's a mermaid romance in Girl in a red dress, a golden son from the Goldfields, a ball boy in Game, set, match, horse training in the Brumby, refugee children in a Long way to freedom, high seas in All at sea, traveling in Flames and wells and sacred sites. Order today
 
Book: The Lost Baggage of Silvia Guzmán by Mike Robbins
When Silvia's country falls apart after a coup, she flees to London. Picked up by the police, she is dumped for weeks in a bed-and-breakfast with a crazy landlady, then rescued by cold intellectuals. She finds she is a nuisance to one side and a cause to the other, with no dreams, family or opinions of her own. Until she meets another, earlier, refugee; and then she has a surprise for everyone. [...]
 
Book: Cruel New World by Christopher Drake
Greatness from small beginnings. Three young men climb from the garbage heaps of the under class to stand over the ashes of just about everyone. This is a story of growth in the face of death, creation in the fields of destruction. Cruel upbringings prepared the three for a time when all became heartless. Now in the face of unheard of genocide and total war, they improve themselves. While the [...]
 
Book: I'll Watch the Moon (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock
"Tatlock continues to weave 20th-century history into absorbing, finely crafted literary tales." -- Library Journal A single mother embittered by an abusive marriage. An adventurous 14-year old son and the 10-year old daughter who adores him. A boarder in the house, a war refugee with a murky past. It's the summer of 1948, hot, and Polio stalks the children, taking them one by one. When it [...]
 
Book: The Flautist by John Needham
Leah Weisman is a twenty-something flautist (flute player) trained at the renowned Juilliard music school in New York. Unfortunately, she makes disastrous choices in men. Benjamin Wolfewitz, now Walters, is a Londoner and one-time refugee and has two things in common with Leah: he's also Jewish, at least by birth, and also a flautist, with a top London orchestra. Patrick Brennan is [...]
 
Book: The Red Wrath by Hatef Mokhtar
I have often wondered about the nature of separation and why sometimes it feels so cruel. But is it really cruel or can it teach us something? Is separation the true test of feelings? I am sure God has given us this gift of separation for a reason. Perhaps separation is our real true friend, and through it we can hold on to our memories by filling different corners of our heart with those we have [...]
 
Book: Tess - Day of Reckoning by Andres Mann
In this epic adventure, Tess and Jake continue to fight terrorists and try to address the overwhelming refugee crisis in Europe. When ISIS terrorists acquire two North Korean nuclear bombs, Tess and the team must change priorities to prevent a worldwide calamity. The stakes are high - the potential obliteration of European cities and possibly the destruction of Israel. The CIA asks Tess and Jake [...]
 
Book: Against the Tide by John F. Hanley
It's July 1939 and even though Poland is trapped between Adolph Hitler and Uncle Joe Stalin, everyone hopes war can be avoided. On the island of Jersey, eighteen-year-old Jack Renouf is forbidden from associating with his own Uncle Fred because of his dangerous Communist views and salacious liaison with his Spanish mistress. Caught in his own velvet trap between outrageous Caroline and secretive [...]
 
Book: Travels With A Road Dog - Hitchhiking Along the Roads of the Americas by Rajam Roose
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of my journey! For the month of June 2014, the Kindle book is $.99! (Regular price- $6.95) When she was 20 years old, RK decided she didn't want to live a dreary life and so she quit her job packing goods at a warehouse, left her boyfriend and gave away her belongings. With only a blanket, some clothes and a little money, she left the world as we know it to [...]
 
Book: The RED PATH - Indian Brigades in the Civil War by Robert W. Walker
When hostilities in the Civil War come to Indian Territory it is no surprise that already Indian agents, all southern and "secesh" to a man had early on recruited many Indian leaders and their followers for the Confederate States of America. Southern Indian Brigades were quickly established, and one in particular under Col. Stand Watie, whose participation is key to The RED PATH. A second Chief, [...]
 
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