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About the author:
Victoria Ichizli-Bartels is a writer and specialist in information technology, semiconductor physics, and electronic engineering. She lives in Aalborg, Denmark, with her husband and their two children. Before publishing "The Truth About Family", she authored a number of scientific and technical publications.
The Truth About Family
A novel inspired by true events
Misha lost his family. He can't rest until he has found them, if only to find himself.
Inspired by true events in the life of the author's father, Mihail Ichizli, this remarkable novel tells the story of an orphanage graduate, who set out from a village in Soviet Moldova, to the University of Odessa, Ukraine, in the hopes of finding the family he had lost as a toddler during World War II.
His quest will not be in vain. But will what he discovers bring him a much longed-for peace, or will it only bring him misery? Little does Misha know what he will find out - not only of his own past, but also about the orphanage; a place he believed he had left behind for ever.
"A deeply moving story, very beautifully told. I frequently found myself pausing to breath in a particularly lovely sentence, before eagerly turning the page to find out what was to happen next." Menna van Praag, bestselling author of The House at the End of Hope Street
Includes the first four chapters from Victoria's upcoming novel "A Life Upside Down: A Spy's Daughter"
- Publication Date:
- 1511491582 / 9781511491587
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Biographical