Sara and Serafina

Sara and Serafina

An extraordinary work that explores the boundaries of the human self on the last great war of Continental Europe From the best living author of Bosnia-Herzegovina. We see the daily lives and the survival of ordinary people in their homes, shelters and on dining tables in Sarajevo that besieged between April 1992 and February 1993. “Sara and Serafina” promises not only a novel of the war, but also the mysteries of the spirits that hold on to life in the middle of the siege.

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An extraordinary work that explores the boundaries of the human self on the last great war of Continental Europe From the best living author of Bosnia-Herzegovina. We see the daily lives and the survival of ordinary people in their homes, shelters and on dining tables in Sarajevo that besieged between April 1992 and February 1993. “Sara and Serafina” promises not only a novel of the war, but also the mysteries of the spirits that hold on to life in the middle of the siege.

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