ISBN 9780553818147,Love In A Torn Land

Love In A Torn Land

Author:

Jean Sasson

Publisher:

Bantam Books

Rs271 Rs399 32% OFF

Availability: Out of Stock

(+Rs. 49 Delivery Charges)
Free Shipping if total order amount is Rs . 300 or more.
We Accept
ISBN 9780553818147
Check delivery information
 
ISBN 9780553818147
Publisher

Bantam Books

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780553818147

ISBN-10 0553818147
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 432 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Politics & government

Bestselling author Jean Sasson tells the dramatic true story of a young woman caught up in Saddam Hussein?s genocide of the Kurdish people of Iraq.nnOne morning Joanna, a young bride living in the Kurdish mountains of Iraq, was surprised to see dead birds drop silently out of the clear sky. They were followed by sinister canisters falling to the ground, bringing fear and death.nnIt was 1987, and Saddam Hussein had ordered his cousin ?Chemical Ali? to bombard Joanna?s village, Bergalou, with chemical weapons. Temporarily blinded in the attack, Joanna was rescued by her husband, a Kurdish freedom fighter. After being caught in another bombardment and left for dead in the rubble, they managed to flee over the mountains in a harrowing escape.nnNow living in the UK and working for British Airways, Joanna has told the story of her eventful life to Jean Sasson, the bestselling chronicler of oppressed women?s lives in the Princess trilogy and Mayada. Love in a Torn Land is published while the world watches the trial of the notorious ?Chemical Ali?, Saddam Hussein?s most bloodthirsty henchman, for crimes including the genocide of the Kurdish people. About the Author Jean Sasson is the author of the worldwide bestsellers Princess, Daughters of Arabia, Desert Royal and Mayada, Daughter of Iraq. She lived in Saudi Arabia for twelve years before moving back to the USA in 1990. She has recently returned to live in the Middle East.nnFor more information on Jean Sasson and her books, see her website at www.jeansasson.com Table of Contents A very human look at the struggle of the Kurds in Iraq and one woman's heroism.
Scroll