DAUGHTER OF THE EUPHRATES by Elizabeth Caraman

DAUGHTER OF THE EUPHRATES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The story of an Armenian child who miraculously managed to save herself and her sister from the massacres of 1914. A story of such simplicity and sincerity that one cannot doubt the author's truthfulness although the stark horror and bestiality of the Turkish soldiers seems unbelievable. It is a book that grips the reader alternately reducing him to cold shivers and tears, then raising him to the heights of the faith by which these glorious Christians lived and for which they unflinchingly died.

Publisher: Harper