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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Paul Kerbajian, a renowned artist, was asked to paint in Turkish mosques in an effort to save his family and himself from the impending attacks on the Armenians. Paul was resistant to converting to Islam and refused to denounce Christ. His children witness the unfathomable fate of their parents. Set in 1915 during World War I, the story chronicles the events of four orphaned sisters and their perseverance, determination, and struggle to survive. One sister is separated from her siblings, wounded, thrown into a mass grave, and eventually sold into slavery. The other three sisters witness chilling scenes of torture, rape, and starvation during a long, arduous death march through the Syrian Desert. This book is inspired by an incredible true story of faith and survival. Through numerous twists and turns, this heart-wrenching story has an unexpected ending.
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