The Sound of the Wind

The Sound of the Wind

Desperate, inhuman and without a way out

Antonio Cipriani


550 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783750437609

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 21.07.2020

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Nein

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The novel The Sound of the Wind deals with the fate of the two Jewish siblings Maria and Paolo, who were abandoned by their mother. This true story happened in 1940 in a small village in the province of Palermo - Sicily. It is the story of a mother who abandons her own children for her dream of a better life. She chose this cruel act at a time that was unbelievably horrible and cruel.
Soon after the twelve-year-old sweet girl gets captured by an old hunter and he tries to violate her. Both children experienced one agony after another, until they learn from a Carabinieri that her father was brutally murdered in prison.
The mother goes insane when sees with her own eyes how her new lover constantly cheats on her with his ex-girlfriend. Filled with deep hatred and anger, she saw no other way out and the tragedy takes its course.
It's a real-life story, with intrigues, murders and strokes of fate that entraps the reades from the first page till the very last.
As a bonus, the author has also included 6 wonderful poems that will resonate deeply with the readers.
Antonio Cipriani

Antonio Cipriani

Antonio Cipriani was born in Nuremberg, grew up mostly abroad and studied Business Administration / MBA in Nuremberg Germany. After graduating and working as an independent businessman, he worked for many years in show business as a dancer for musicals, choreographer and actor. For many projects he is still active today, albeit only in the backround or in the planning. Writing and compose was always his great passion and vocation. The author continues to write various journals, projects or works as a active freelancer active.

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