“If you don’t have an enemy,
your mother will give birth to one”
An all too real account of hair-rising adventures and dangers for a young man, tossed across continents, while the world is burning during its greatest turmoil in history. Requiem is also a virtual geo-political textbook with annotations and references which can easily make it a required reading in school and college.
It suddenly brought me back to the memory of one of the most tragic periods of my country’s history. At the same time, I saw in those pages the account of the sense of humanity that many Italian people retained even under the fascist regime and, among them, many high ranking State Officials.”
—Giulio Terzi, Foreign Minister of Italy
Requiem for a Country and its companion The Last Exile are compelling must reads for students of World History, Political Science and International Relations.”
—Amber Lisa, author of The Lacey Chase
I read your book in one gulp,without taking a breath, as we say in Hebrew, ‘as if I were eating warm rolls.’”
—Gonda Pinto, Holocaust survivor
Wow…what a life story! It really affected me deeply…two generations before mine.”
—Roseanne Dingli, author of According to Luke
The country in which the author was born and lived is Bosnia, recently a subject of a film by Angelina Jolie: The Land of Blood and Honey.