My Mother's Voice


Author: Kay Mouradian

Publisher: Balboa Press

Format: Paperback

$17.00

Documentary filmmaker, Kay Mouradian marshals her vast powers of expression to spin the moving tale of the long march forced on a young girl and the rest of her nation. Like the overwhelming majority of the Armenians in Ottoman Empire, Flora Munushian had to abandon her home in 1915 to cross the Syrian desert, into a future of uncertainty and fear. It is more than a Genocide story. Through the eyes of Flora, who left behind in Hadjin her parents and her dreams, Mouradian not only brings back to life the ordeal of Armenians went through, but also the deadly upheavals of the world in the early 20th century. Her forceful prose keeps the reader glued to the pages with this tribute to Armenian and Flora, Genocide survivor and mother.

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