at Conrad Sulzer Public Library
4455 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago
Celebrating 10 Anniversary
Cordially invite you to the book promotion
Ahmet Rahmanovic â€œBlack SOULâ€
Tuesday, April 27, 20110 at 5.30 p.m.
Light refreshment will be served
Rahmanovic pens a fictional novel based on true events of the Bosnia’s darkest period
After fifty years, genocide in Europe again. This time live, 24/7 coverage of the extermination of a nation. The author, Ahmet M. Rahmanovic, has written a novel based on the true events of Bosnia’s darkest period in “Black Soul,” a new book release through Xlibris.
This book, unlike any others, gives a face to all actors in the Bosnian tragedy. In griping war-action thriller, Rahmanovic takes readers from the battle-torn hills of Sarajevo to the streets of Chicago, where one man journeys to find new meaning in his life. Can he escape the horrors of memory in a foreign land, or will it continue to haunt him?
“It is a story of love and war, of tenderness and brutality. The author depicts the raw, often brutal story and unorthodox aggression, the likes of which are unprecedented in the history of war, madness, insanity, blood, and hypocrisy of world powers.” – Mugdim Karabeg, Journalist.
But beneath story, Rahmanovic presents us with a subtle story of the Bosnian Muslims, their customs, way and understanding of life, justice, dignity, and honor. But most of all, in a barely perceptible manner, there is hope about the possibility of building of bridges between people, and how little good will is needed to turn the differences of religion, culture and race from an obstacle to an advantage.