Fires in the Dark
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'An epic novel ... absorbing, shocking, hopeful.' Mail on Sunday
Available for the first time in eBook, Louise Doughty's award-winning novel Fires in the Dark.
Yenko is born in 1920s Bohemia to a nomadic Roma family who try to protect him from the hardships imposed on his people. But his childhood world is soon overwhelmed by the Great Depression and the German invasion. Yenko and his parents become fugitives from the Nazis, and ultimately Yenko must decide who and what is worth saving.
Louise Doughty - drawing on her own Romany family history - has written a breathtaking novel of grand scope which also sheds new light on the Holocaust and its Roma victims.
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Pages: 544 pages
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Publication Date: 06/11/2014