✯ [PDF] ❤ Feuerherz By Senait G. Mehari ✼ – Golanvideoagency.info

Feuerherz An Unwanted Baby, Her Mother Packs Her Inside A Suitcase, Closes The Lid, Puts The Suitcase In A Cupboard And Goes Away Despite All The Tortures And Cruelties, This Is A Moving Testimony Of A Woman Who Started From The Very Bottom Of Society But Who Is Aiming For The Very Top

About the Author: Senait G. Mehari

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10 thoughts on “Feuerherz

  1. says:

    Amazing book It was on my shelf for years and I wish I would have picked it up earlier Simple writing style and a story that I enjoyed although I generaly don t read war stories.I firmly reccommend.

  2. says:

    Around the World challenge Eritrea This is the autobiography of a young girl whose father gave to an armed group when she was 6, for her to become a child soldier Her story is violent and hard to read because your brain wants to remain detached from it and to keep thinking it didn t happen for real It s almost a miracle she survived all this and was able to grow up old enough to testify.

  3. says:

    Interesting, depressing, explains many problems that never were solved to this day Not a work of art but an interesting Geschichte of today s Germany.

  4. says:

    Selten fiel es mir so schwer, eine Rezension zu einem Buch zu verfassen Bei Feuerherz handelt es sich um die Autobiographie der S ngerin Senait G Mehari, welche um 1973 herum in thiopien geboren wurde und mittlerweile in Deutschland lebt Im Buch schildert sie vor allem ihre Kindheit, angefangen von der Versto ung der Mutter bis hin zu ihrer Abschiebung in ein Camp der Eritreischen Befreiungsfront ELF , wo sie angeblich zur Kindersoldatin ausgebildet wurde, bis sie in den Sudan fliehen konnte und schlie lich nach Deutschlan

  5. says:

    i loved the book because it was well written and the story is well represented but what happened to Senait is so horrible that i realised that the world isn t just hearts and rainbows thank you for writting this book and i know it must have been a really tough for you but im glad that i read it.

  6. says:

    This is the autobiography of a girl born in 1973 to an Ethiopian mother and Eritrean father who grew up in an orphanage in Asmara, the capital city of Eritrea, was returned to her father at about six years of age as the War of Liberation began and was given by her father to the Eritrean Liberation Front where she spent the next six years as a child solider, until she escaped to Sudan, then Germany and launched a career as a soul singer It is a harrowing read at times, as Mehari lives through things at such a young age that people should

  7. says:

    Hmmhmmhmm Nicht so leicht Ich habe gerade ein bisschen Nachforschungen ber das Buch angestellt und jetzt sehe ich, dass die angebliche Schriftstellerin nie eine Waffe in der Hand hatte Jetzt bin ich ein bisschen entt uscht Zum Gl ck habe ich das Buch nur von einer Bekannten bekommen, die gerade am Aussortieren war Das ist schon ein bisschen dreist M chte man etwa nur eine Musikkarriere ein wenig pushen Aber gut, auch ohne diese Hintergrundinformationen fand ich das Buch nicht sonderlich gut Ich habe mir von der Geschichte einer Kindersoldatin

  8. says:

    Lungo racconto del percorso che ha portato l autrice protagonista ad abbandonare il suo Paese, la Guinea devastata dalla guerra civile, fino a raggiungere la tranquillit in Germania Racconta delle sue esperienze di bambina soldato e degli abusi che stata costretta a subire pi volte nel corso del tempo La casa editrice ne consiglia la lettura dai 14 anni, ma io non ci trovo nulla di eccessivo..letto in crociera sul mediterraneo Savona Venezia in maggio 2006 Lettura non molto scorrevole, di questa collana ho letto di molto meglio, anche se nella second

  9. says:

    97 Eritrea This is the autobiography of an Eritrean girl who was born in the 70 s, who grew up in an orphanage and who was returned to her abusive father at 6 As life becomes tougher and tougher, he gives her and her sisters away to the Eritrean Liberation Front in order for them to become child soldiers The violence they witness there is astounding, and what s striking is that they don t even know what they re supposed to fight for It s one of those stories that s so atrocious it s difficult to acknowledge it as a testimony, because your mind wants to rema

  10. says:

    Heftige Geschichte Es ist beeindruckend, dass jemand, der so viel durch gemacht hat, in der Lage ist, sich trotzdem im Leben zurecht zu finden Gut geschrieben und fesselnd definitiv nicht als Bettlekt re geeignet Wenn man mit dem Buch durch ist, fragt man sich, ob die eigenen Probleme wirklich als Probleme bezeichnet werden k nnen d rfen

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