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We loved it --- great view of early 20th Century Turkeyand effect of Ottoman Empire's demise on regular peoplePublished 21 hours ago by Jesse Roth, MD
Culturally and historically accurate for the period approximately 1900-1923 during the time of the Ottoman Empire. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderful message about remembering how people can live and get along together. historical fiction, descriptions on the carnage of war is not fiction. Read morePublished 1 month ago by anne t geffner
A fabulous read very interesting and informative thoroughly enjoyed from start to finishPublished 1 month ago by sharon porter
I would have appreciated maps that showed the locations compared to current country borders.Published 1 month ago by Linda M. Merry
Lyrical writing with alternating fictional characters mixed in with factual history of Mustafa Kemal, one of the Young Turks. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexandra A. Munroe
If you want to know more about the WW1 campaigns, particularly Gallipoli, then read this novel. It has an excellent biography of Kemal Ataturk.Published 1 month ago by AmaryH
A wonderful book, giving a sense of the intricacies that have helped create modern TurkeyPublished 1 month ago by Liz Burke
A totally absorbing read which, which through de Bernieres wonderful characters, brings to life a little known slice of history.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer