book review · Memoir · war

Book Review: One More Moon by Ralph Webster

Elsa and her husband Paul enjoy comfortable life in Mussolini’s Fascist Italy. When they purchase the Pensione Alexandra in Naples, their life changes. They host guests from different countries. Many of the visitors remain family friends. Almost all guests have been impacted by actions of Nazi Germany. Idyllic life in Naples drastically changes for Elsa… Continue reading Book Review: One More Moon by Ralph Webster

book review · fiction · war

Invasion of the Most Sacred by Robert Lovelle Rooks

The Invasion of the Most Sacred is based on true events and sent in 2017.  This is the story about war , espionage, love, betrayal and consequence of the war.  The author created interesting characters: Iranian girls taken into hostage, Muslim terrorists and both good and bad soldiers. Of course, two Iranian girls Yasmeen and Azita… Continue reading Invasion of the Most Sacred by Robert Lovelle Rooks

Africa · fiction · historical fiction · war

Women and War: The Orchard of Lost Souls by Nadifa Mohamed

Nadifa Mohamed inspired by the experiences of her own family, offers outstanding and ambitious book about war and its effects on people. 1988 Somalia faces the civil war that dehumanizes the whole nation. Through the eyes of three women, we come to know what violence and cruelty do to the people. Three women meet at… Continue reading Women and War: The Orchard of Lost Souls by Nadifa Mohamed