NEW Crna duša ✓ Ahmet M. Rahmanović

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  • Crna duša
  • Ahmet M. Rahmanović
  • en
  • 10 January 2020
  • 9781450040648

Ahmet M. Rahmanović ´ 4 review

Crna duša review ¶ 104 T period in Black Soul a new book release through XlibrisThis book unlike any others gives a face to all the actors in the Bosnian tragedy In gripping war action thriller Rahmanovic takes readers from. BLACK SOUL Scar on Western History After fifty years genocide in Europe again This time live 247 coverage of the extermination of a nation The author Ahmet M Rahmanovic pens a fictional novel based on the true events of Bosnia s darkest period in Black Soul a new book released through Xlibris The book unlike any others gives a face to all the actors in the Bosnian tragedy In this gripping war action thriller Rahmanovic takes the readers from the battle torn hills of Sarajevo to the streets of Chicago where one man journeys to find new meaning in his life Can he escape the horrors of memory in a foreign land It is a story of love and war of tenderness and brutality The author tells a raw often brutal story of unorthodox aggression the like of which are unprecedented in the history of war The reader will find madness insanity blood hypocrisy of world powers Mugdim Karabeg JournalistBut beneath the story Rahmanovic presents us with a subtle account of the Bosnian Muslims their outlook on life justice dignity and honor Most of al this novel gives hope of building bridges between people and shows how little good will is needed to turn the differences of religion culture and race from an obstacle to strength Since its initial release in Bosnia in 1999 Black Soul has enjoyed a consistent ranking on the best seller listFor information on BLACK SOUL log on to wwwblacksoulus

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Crna duša review ¶ 104 After fifty years genocide in Europe again This time live 247 coverage of the extermination of a nation The author Ahmet M Rahmanovic pens a fictional novel based on the true events of Bosnia´s darkes. You know a book is good when it starts with The following story if fictionWhat actually happened was worse I read this three years ago right after I went back from Sarajevo it was recommended to me by one of the dearest people to my heart Azra Hodzic reading it and going through it s bitter and sweet it instantly became one of my all time favorites it filled me with all kinds of emotions it made me cry laugh scream and curse I became so attached to Hamza s story and I remember when I got to the middle of the book view spoilerwhen Amra Hamza s wife was raped and killed with her little baby by Hamza s Serbian best man and friend hide spoiler

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Crna duša review ¶ 104 The battle torn hills of Sarajevo to the streets of Chicago where one man journeys to find new meaning in his life Can he escape the horrors of memory in a foreign land or will it continue to haunt him. Witty and sometimes darkly hilarious Ahmet Rahmanovic s Black Soul is a fictional account of protagonist Hamza s journey during the Bosnian War from besieged Sarajevo to the hoods of Chicago IllinoisRahmanovic writes his epic matter of factly in what is at its best understated and powerful verse In the epigraph for example he warns The following story is fiction What actually happened was worse And when Musa asks Hamza if they should run through a shelling Hamza replies simply No need to You never know if you re running from a bomb or towards one Besides being an epic Black Soul is also a novel of ideas whose characters expound theories of intervention nationalism and corruption But unlike say Dostoevsky who presents ideas as discussions between two often eually intelligent opponents Rahmanovic presents ideas in outbursts or rants given by one character to another The result is an overall less engaging exchange of ideas that tires in placesWhat other reviewers have said about the English translation is true it is riddled with mistakes inconsistencies typos and formatting errors There is a problem on almost every page It is really a shame because the extensive technical issues do take away from the overall power of the book Also if reprinted the historical blurbs should be updated to reflect the indictments of Karadzic and MladicThis book was highly recommended to me by a respected and intelligent friend who read the Bosnian version This leads me to believe that many of the book s issues lack of clarity lack of style might stem from the bad translation and not from the writing itself