Sarajevo Walls of Fate by Marija F. Sullivan
'' is an urban architectural fairy tale, a hundred-year journey through war and peace, until a mystery is resolved and broken walls stop screaming.

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In this fast-paced romance, elements of mystery and ghostly encounters combine as young journalist Jasna becomes a reluctant witness to the processes of history in the 1990s. Only a great love can bring her from the despair of war to a land of plenty, from Sarajevo to Singapore and back to her home town via Granada, Rome and New York. Hers is an exciting journey, brimming with authentic observations as she and those around her search their souls for answers to the important questions of our time. Is there hope for the ruined facades of Sarajevo, and the city’s shattered dreams of peaceful cohabitation? Is there a place for sincerity and chivalry in such a turbulent time? ... First edition with Author's Note and bibliography of author's research.

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Published February 26, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 444 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a dreamy, slightly dazed tone, Jasna struggles to make sense of her war-torn life at home, living as an exile in a failing relationship with Mark.

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