Ervin Varga Releases LIVING AND DYING IN HUNGARY
Living and Dying in Hungary by author Ervin Varga is about his family, his life, and his experiences before World War II was over. It is written more like a clinical record rather than a melodramatic memoir-it is somewhat less, somewhat more than pure literature. This book is a deeply meaningful and highly interesting volume that showcases a family's fervent relationship, remarkable lineage and long-lasting heritage through the test of time.
Living and Dying in Hungary entails the author's life and his memories with his ancestors. This volume aims to relive those moments and put justice to his family's inheritance and name. Readers will begin to discover how a family can evolve into a bigger clan and how these people can become close and related to each other. Young, middle-aged, elderly, non-professional and professional can identify with or relate to the real life and characters unveiled in the narrative. They can definitely reflect and ponder how a specific family upholds their relationship with each other and become akin through time.
Skillfully written, extremely interesting and truly enlightening, Living and Dying in Hungary teaches readers the importance of family, relationships and heritage. This volume will touch readers' hearts and souls as it reminds them that one can choose their friends but never their family.
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