Kafka's House by Gabriela Popa
Ten-year-old Silvia Marcu lives in the magical world of fairy tales, sheltered from the traumatic events Romania goes through in the sixties. As the events of 1968 unfold, she is assailed by questions no one, not even her parents, can answer. With imagination and candor, Silvia embarks on a miraculous journey that reveals that the ordinary people around us hold the key to our most puzzling questions...
About the Author:
Gabriela Popa is a writer fascinated by the impact of history and politics on the life of ordinary people. The therapeutic role of humor and the unlimited power of imagination are frequent themes in her work. Popa lives in St. Louis, MO where she works in biotechnology. For more information, visit her blog, The Right To Publish.