BLACK SOUL by Ahmet M. Rahmanovic

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"The greatest assets are its characters. Well rounded and written in depth, the relation-ships between them can be compared to some in the world's greatest literature. Namely, relationship between Hamza and his father, by type and value is reminiscent of Andrei Bolkonsky and his father, in Tolstoy's "War and Peace."
It is a kind of love, between father and son, which on the surface reveals little, if anything. However, its depths contain everything one that human being is able to offer another.

- Academic, Tvrtko Kulenovic , Literature Professor

" Black Soul is the riveting tale of one man's journey from the battle-torn hills of Sarajevo to the bustling, windblown streets of Chicago.
Hamza's story describes the amazing resilience of a human being who has visited the depths of hell and has lived to tell about it.

- Susan Bertuglia

"Black Soul is a novel that cannot be put down, and grabs the reader from page one.
It is a story of love and war, of tenderness and brutality. The author depicts the raw, often brutal story and unorthodox aggression, the likes of which are unprecedented in the his-tory of war, madness, insanity, blood, and hypocrisy of world powers."

- Mugdim Karabeg, Journalist

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Published February 5, 2010 by Xlibris. 341 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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