Andrew Anzur Clement

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Raised by the Slavic branch of his family, Andrew Anzur Clement has been interested in his roots since childhood. As a teenager, he devoured numerous sci-fi/fantasy books, during which time he developed a love for the printed page. The Los Angeles native departed with a curiosity for more exotic lands at the ripe old age of nineteen and quickly discovered an un-abating wanderlust that has led him to visit, live and work in many interesting places around the world. Based in Europe, the now twenty-something continues to read and travel widely, finding new stories in the places he encounters.

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Outcast (Keepers of the Sto...

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War One: Slovenia. (Tito's ...

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War Two: Croatia (Tito's Lo...

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Europe’s Lost Children: Book Three Historical References

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Kosovo by Tim Judah
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I read this book as research for a novella that I am plotting out, which is set during the Kosovo war. While I have some knowledge of the other wars that took place in the former Yugoslavia, I was relatively least knowledgeable about the conflict in ...more
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Slovenia, 1945 by John Corsellis
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I am glad that I ran across this book while cat sitting for a friend in Bled. while it comes from a certain historical point of view, the author is aware of this and tries to be as even handed as possible, regarding the aftermath of World War Two in ...more
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Hotel Tito by Ivana Simić Bodrožić
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While reading this book, I couldn't shake the feeling that this 'autobiographical novel' is really a memoir with all of the names changed. This is fine, but it means that the main character, instead of overcoming what happens to her, sometimes seems ...more
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To End a War by Richard Holbrooke
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An inside account of the Dayton Accords that ended the war in Bosnia were arrived at, written by the man who negotiated them. While at times a bit self-aggrandizing (Holbrooke admits this in the introduction) the book provides a through account of wh ...more
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If someone could add books two and three to the Voyages of Fortune series page that would be great!
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Logavina Street by Barbara Demick
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A very informative text that chronicles the experiences of a group of families in Sarajevo during the 1992-1995 siege of the city. Rather than a dry historical account, the book sets their everyday perils against the larger historical events of the 1 ...more
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Hidden Macedonia (Armchair Traveler) by Christopher Deliso
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The book is the an American travel writer's account of his trip around a couple of lakes that straddle the Greek, Albanian and Macedonian border. The first part of the book, set in Albania, is the most fascinating, but also the shortest, with its no ...more
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Tito and the Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia by Richard      West
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