Four Years in the Mountains of Kurdistan, An Armenian Boy’s Memoir of Survival

Aram Haigaz

"This memoir of exile and loss proves that hope and wisdom can be found in the most unlikely places. A rich and compelling narrative of life within a little-known ancient society and tribal culture, it gives a glimpse of a tribal life in the harsh mountains of Kurdistan before electricity and running water. Tales of herding animals, bringing meat to the table, riding horseback for miles, training dogs as sheep herders--his narrative offers readers a remarkable coming-of-age story as well as a valuable eyewitness to history." --an enthusiastic reader like you

Page Count 349
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Age Level 13 — up

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