About the Book:
But when her husband is murdered by a group of Serbian war criminals, strange memories start coming back, and she discovers that she underwent extensive therapy as a girl to suppress her memories. She is given her mother’s diary, which unlocks her childhood memories and reveals that she was, along with her parents and young brother, imprisoned in a war camp outside Sarajevo.
This is one of the most mind-bending works of fiction I think I've ever read. Glenn Meade takes readers on a journey that isn't for the faint of heart, but he has crafted a novel that everyone must read...because the atrocities he writes are based firmly on true events.
If I mention the name Slobodan Milosevic, does that trigger a memory of the monster behind unspeakable events that took the world stage a mere 25 years ago? Unfortunately, I don't think most remember him.
You will when you've read "The Last Witness". But this may be the most challenging novel you've ever read, and it will remain with you long after the final page is turned. The events of Milosevic's ethnic cleansing make the Holocaust look rather juvenile....and yes, those events are horrific in themselves.
Still, the journey Carla Lane must take to get the answers that demand resolution is nightmarish. Events triggered by the murder of her beloved husband result in deeply buried memories that feel surreal.
My thanks to my friends at Howard Publishing for my complimentary copy of this powerful novel, given in exchange for an honest review. Highly recommended, with a caution: reading these pages will change you, and that will save us from sitting back when the monsters come again.
Because evil will not rest until Jesus returns, and we must stay aware and vigilant.
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