Letters from the Fire - Alma Alexandra Hromic Reviews
Description:ISBN 1869503368 / Author: Alma Alexandra Hromic
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by - written on 29/07/07 (Very useful, 88 readings)
During the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, also known as "Operation Allied Force", two people "meet" on an internet newsgroup – one is a woman who is there, watching her homeland being bombed by NATO forces. The other is a man living in the USA. As they argue the different sides of what they see and believe is right, they discover a connection that is stronger than their disagreements, and surpasses the physical distance between them. This is the story of "Letters from the Fire" written by R. A. Deckert (aka Deck) and Alma Hromic. First of all, this novel is told almost entirely through the fictionalized ... Read the complete review
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