On the 2009 USBBY list of Outstanding International Books
White Pine nominee, 2009
On Resource Link's "Best of 2008" List
On the Cooperative Children_s Book Center Best-of-the-Year list for 2009
Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice, 2009
Teenagers Kevork and his betrothed Marta are the lucky ones. They have managed so far to survive the Armenian genocide in Turkey, and both are disguised as Muslims. But Marta is still in Turkey, pregnant with another man's child. And Kevork is living as an Arab in Syria.
Kevork yearns to get back into Turkey and search for Marta, but with the war raging and the genocide still in progress, the journey will be impossibly dangerous. Meanwhile, Marta worries that even if Kevork has survived and they are reunited, will he be able to accept what she has become? And what has happened to her sister, Mariam, who was sold as a slave to the highest bidder?
Daughter of War is a gripping story of enduring love and loyalty set against the horrors of Turkey during World War I.
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Daughter of War is the story of two Armenian orphans – Marta and Kevork – who struggle to survive and to find one another during World War I in Turkey.| Read Full Review of Daughter of War