I am a journalist, and I have been working in the field of human rights for over 25 years. In this time I have never met a person who has suffered so much as the victims of the Assad regime, and yet, I have never read a book that portrays the horrors of their plight with such honesty and insight.From the Ashes I Will Rise is a must-read, and it is by far the best story of human suffering that I have ever read.
The title and contents are from a story in which my protagonist is told by a friend how she has risen from ashes to riches.-----Rise from Ashes is the first of five books in the FROM THE ASHES series.The series follows the life of a young woman who suffered the death of her mother at a young age. Her father, an alcoholic, had been placing himself in dangerous situations, and eventually he left her and her younger siblings to her
From the ashes, I will rise.From the ashes, I will rise.I will rise.I will rise.For years I've labored and prayed to be given a chance to find my way back home. But now, it's time to rise, and I am ready for my journey to the current location of my homeland. How do I get there? By breaking into the city government building in which they hold my father's execution.
I needed to write a literature review about From The Ashes I Will Rise and The Faceless Ones books. I read From The Ashes I Will Rise with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Soraya Deba is a wonderful writer.