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"Broken Chains is a fascinating novel, the primary merits and strengths of Broken Chains are its sincerity and originality. Ahmadova describes her characters so vividly and clearly that readers will not view them as uniform and unipolar. Each elicits sympathy or antipathy in a natural manner."
"Broken Chains is an awesome book. I love it. The plot is rich, unique and really gripping. I couldn't put it down until I finished reading the last chapters at 5 o'clock in the morning."
" This book is well written and one that you will not easily put down. In addition to the story, I enjoyed reading about food and culture in areas where I have not been.Silvana shows us that we can overcome them. I pulled for her throughout the book and shed tears of happiness for her."
"I have only read one other book that has brought me to tears the way this one did."
"It clearly shows how difficult a trap these emotional prisons can be. But it also shows that the chains can be broken, and that the cycle of emotional and physical abuse do not have to be endured or passed along to one's children."
"Broken Chains is a compelling and heartfelt story, written with not only the authors heart and soul, but also her need to educate others who may be victims of abuse.
"Broken Chains is very inspiring. It is full of lessons and I believe it should be a compulsory text for young women starting out in life. Eyes that see the world through rose-tinted lenses might be opened, and be prepared for the darkness that lurks behind the most charming exteriors. A very worthy book."
"Such is the voice at the heart of Emiliya Ahmadova's epic tome on relationship dysfunction, heartbreak, fractured trust and then the rise from the ashes of romance gone down in flames where love goes up in smoke. This is a profoundly moving story on many levels."
"This is a thought-provoking story about choices and the consequences of such...those that can lead to being trapped in cycles of abuse."
About the Author
I am from Azerbaijan but currently live abroad. Azerbaijan is very beautiful country and we speak Azerbaijani language and some know Russian.
I am a believer, mother, author, motivational coach, ex scout leader who believes in the possibility of everything. I work hard in order to achieve my goals and make sure that God plays a main role in my life. I do not take the answer No for no.
I love writing and enjoy helping people. It allows me to create something new or bring something positive into someone's life.
As a writer I will continue writing covering the topics that not only would capture the readers' interest, but teach, give direction and highlight the issues that as humans we are facing. I would like to try myself in different genres producing a unique piece for my readers.
However, I do not see writing as my career. It is a hobby and a tool that allows me to share my knowledge, entertain, motivate and guide. I wrote Broken Chains, A Hell for All Seasons and in a process of editing My twin sister and I(book for children).
Broken Chains symbolizes freedom from the fears, anxiety, negative situations etc. It shows an ability to break the chains that keep someone down and move forward to something new and better without looking back.
Little bit about my education.
I have diplomas in business management as well as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in human resources management. I also have international diplomas in the advanced study of the theory and practice of management, administration, business management, communication, hotel operations management, office management and administration, and professional English from the Cambridge International College, in addition to a certificate in novel writing. I speak four languages (Azeri, Russian, English, and some Turkish), but my native language is Azerbaijani.