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8th House Publishing (8thHousePublishing) | 2 comments Please note that the titles listed below have no book covers. Links to book cover images are provided beneath their titles. Thank you.
1. To Russia with Love by Damian Siqueiros, Ivan Savvine (Contributor), ISBN 9781926716336 - image: http://www.8thhousepublishing.com/ima...

2. The English Qabalah by Vsv, Emery M (Editor), Samuel K Vincent (Introduction), ISBN 9781926716275 - image: http://www.8thhousepublishing.com/ima...

3. Mavor's Bones by Rolli, ISBN 9781926716305 - image: http://www.8thhousepublishing.com/ima...

4. A Dirt Road Hangs from the Sky by Claudia Serea, ISBN 9781926716244 - image: http://www.8thhousepublishing.com/ima...

5. Arielle Queen by Michel J Levesque, Greg Kelm, ISBN 9781926716329 - image: http://www.8thhousepublishing.com/ima...

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message 2: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 26941 comments Covers added, much better quality than amazon.

Do you have a description for Claudia Seara's book, as at present the only thing there is a review, which isn't allowed.


message 3: by 8th House (new)

8th House Publishing (8thHousePublishing) | 2 comments Sandra wrote: "Covers added, much better quality than amazon.

Do you have a description for Claudia Seara's book, as at present the only thing there is a review, which isn't allowed."


Hi Sandra,
I'm appending the book description below, along with two review quotes. Thank you!

Book Description
This 130 page collection of poems by Claudia Serea takes us through the unimaginable realities and inhuman suffering behind the political persecution and prisons in Romania of the 1950's and 60's. A powerful journey through remembering and forgetfulness, recall and forgiveness, "A Dirt Road Hangs from the Sky" is a book that is, in the author's words, "ultimately about survival".

Reviews
Written in unsparing, haunting detail, Claudia Serea’s unforgettable "A Dirt Road Hangs From the Sky" brings to life the horrors of the brutal Communist repression in her native Romania in the second part of the 20th century – the prisons, the torture, the barbarous inhumanity – preserving in memory a time that should never be forgotten. She writes: “Tell me, grandma, everything you know / so I can be your mouth when you are gone.” The grief is lasting; memory must serve as justice.
– Charles Rammelkamp, editor of The Potomac Review, author of Fusen Bakudan

Beautiful, moving and brave; Claudia Serea's poems tell a story of fear and repression, but also one of hope. This strong collection speaks out against systems of repression all over the world, with a message that is vital and a powerful voice.
- Victoria Hooper, Editor of Polluto


message 4: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 26941 comments Description added. As I said reviews are not allowed in the description.


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