No Turning Back: Life, Loss, and Hope in Wartime Syria
From the first rumblings of dissent in 2011, No Turning Back shows the unravelling of a nation: peaceful protests in Damascus collapsing into violence, families on both sides shattered by nighttime shellings, and religious conviction sharpened by rage to a radical point. Abouzeid shows Syrians finding new ways to live and resist even as the cruelty of President Bashar al-Assad’s dictatorial regime – and the rising threat of Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State – tears their homeland apart.
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No Turning Back: Life, Loss, and Hope in Wartime SyriaUser Review - Publishers Weekly
Foreign correspondent Abouzeid spins finely detailed and informed narratives of how life in Bashar al-Assad’s Syria descended into street protests and the bloody ongoing chaos of the “civilian ... Read full review