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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Cilka's Journey
  • Heather Morris
  • 08 June 2019
  • 1250265703

Cilka's JourneyFrom The Author Of The Multi Million Copy Bestseller, The Tattooist Of Auschwitz, Comes The New Novel Based On An Incredible True Story Of Love And Resilience Her Beauty Saved Her Life And Condemned Her Cilka Is Just Sixteen Years Old When She Is Taken To Auschwitz Birkenau Concentration Camp, In The Commandant At Birkenau, Schwarzhuber, Notices Her Long Beautiful Hair, And Forces Her Separation From The Other Women Prisoners Cilka Learns Quickly That Power, Even Unwillingly Given, Equals SurvivalAfter Liberation, Cilka Is Charged As A Collaborator For Sleeping With The Enemy And Sent To Siberia But What Choice Did She Have And Where Did The Lines Of Morality Lie For Cilka, Who Was Sent To Auschwitz When Still A Child In A Siberian Prison Camp, Cilka Faces Challenges Both New And Horribly Familiar, Including The Unwanted Attention Of The Guards But When She Makes An Impression On A Woman Doctor, Cilka Is Taken Under Her Wing Cilka Begins To Tend To The Ill In The Camp, Struggling To Care For Them Under Brutal ConditionsCilka Finds Endless Resources Within Herself As She Daily Confronts Death And Faces Terror And When She Nurses A Man Called Ivan, Cilka Finds That Despite Everything That Has Happened To Her, There Is Room In Her Heart For Love

About the Author: Heather Morris

I am a Native of New Zealand now resident in Australia, working in a large public hospital in Melbourne For several years I studied and wrote screenplays, one of which was optioned by an academy award winning Screenwriter in the U.S In 2003, I was introduced to an elderly gentleman who might just have a story worth telling The day I met Lale Sokolov changed my life, as our friendship grew and he embarked on a journey of self scrutiny, entrusting the inner most details of his life during the Holocaust I originally wrote Lale s story as a screenplay which ranked high in international competitions before reshaping it into my debut novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.