By Kim Schultz
“This heartfelt memoir will take you into one other international, as Kim and Omar meet and stroll lots of love’s pathways. An American volunteer interviewing Iraqi refugees concerning the horrors of struggle, Kim falls in love with Omar, and therefore starts off a three-year odyssey. Kim’s tale will resonate with a person for whom the trail of affection by no means did run smooth.” Chellie Campbell, writer 'From fear to prosperous' and 'The filthy rich Spirit.'
“Kim's memoir is kind of amazing within the means she brings you correct up shut, occasionally painfully, frequently with plenty of laughs, to the placement of Iraqi refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria...She notices issues such a lot people could shrink back from, and she or he tells the tale so in my opinion, you are feeling you're together with her. You take into accout the main points she sees, just like the tea ready over an open hearth within the kitchen, and the uniform plastic chairs. The tales of loss are informed with painful, and respectful element, biding the request from one refugee to 'tell the total story'. Kim tells the tale of Omar, and discovers he's normal of so much refugees. She learns a refugee's maximum hope is to move domestic, and once they do flow, their tradition strikes with them.” Sybella Wilkes, UNHCR Senior Communications Officer.
“Kim Schultz has written a searing love tale set opposed to the backdrop of a global tragedy: the plight of thousands of refugees fleeing violence within the heart East. it's a compelling learn that may make you a glance at international information in a unique, extra own, way.” Jim Michaels, writer of 'A likelihood in Hell: the lads who triumphed over Iraq’s deadliest urban and became the tide of war.'
“Kim Schultz has written an earnest and sincere account of 2 humans from contrary poles discovering love and heartache within the lengthy shadow of an unforgiving conflict. Her tale is a lively fight opposed to higher forces - forms, tradition, faith, human displacement, and loss.” Kirk W. Johnson, writer of 'To Be a pal is deadly: the struggle to avoid wasting the Iraqis the USA Left at the back of and founding father of the checklist Project.'
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Three Days in Damascus: A Memoir by Kim Schultz