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Urs sects religions politics legends and geography of the Levant The journey spans the areas deserts coastline mountains and forests It speaks of family friendship love hope fear torture hiding and escaping A truly human tale of a life well lived a life of conscience courage and endurance and ultimately one of triumph of the human spiri. This book is written from the point of view of several people who suffered under the current Syrian regime Although it was a chilling rendition of the treatment prisoners are subjected to in Syrian prisons Westerners can glean some awful but telling insights into the viciousness of too many Middle Easterners The sad thing is that several characters drew parallels to the treatment that they and their little friends received in their schools Punishment and unfathomable torture seem to rule many people's lives This is a very hard book to read as the tales of inhumanity disgust and repel the civilized reader The 2 star rating is because of this not due to the uality of the writing which was all right

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Levant FeverLevant Fever is a memoir from the political underground darkness of Assad’s Syria Seen through the eyes of a boy growing into a man in the middle of feverish historic events Not widely understood or told before in the West but at the roots of the current conflicts The narrative grips the reader with its honesty brutality and beauty Th. When people talk about books that leave you breathless I’ve never really understood what they meant That is until I read this book It’s not long but it is detailed heartfelt and the moment you start reading you are literally swept away by the book There were times when I was reading that I had to stop put the book down and process through what I just read I went back through it a couple of times before I started writing this review as there was just so much to take in that it needed to be read several times This is a book that people who are interested in current events will really enjoy as the focus is on the Syrian Underground This is a book that brings out some of the worst stories that are never reported in newspapers or seen on news channels and yet these stories are something that people need to hear This book does a wonderful job of bringing the trials and tribulations of those who have suffered in Syria to the eyes of the reader It is not a pleasant read by any stretch of the imagination and you will be left feeling raw and ruined before you have even gotten halfway through – but it is definitely a book that is worth readingNot only does it give you the stories of those who are not “newsworthy” but it does this through the narrative of one 14 year old rebel It brings the stories of suffering in a human way not a detached one that make it all the painful to readThis is a book that I cannot recommend highly enough for the writing style and the content Though the phrase has somewhat lost its meaning – this book IS a must read

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Levant Fever Free read ↠ 106 ï Levant Fever is a memoir from the political underground darkness of Assad’s Syria Seen through the eyes of a boy growing into a man in the middle of feverish historic events Not widely understood or told before in the West but at the roots of the current conflicts The narrative grips the reader with its honesty brutalE author describes his own journey reflections and life stories told to him whilst he was held without trial for 14 years as a political prisoner in several prisons These included Palmyra noted by Amnesty International as one of the most oppressive prisons in the worldThe work is an enthralling and informative mosaic reflecting the colo. From time to time one hears the USA has people incarcerated than any other country in the world May be so or maybe not does anyone really know how many are in prisons in other countries One also hears from time to time the horror of prisons in other countries I remember years ago a television special contrived to discourage young people from committing acts that could land them in prison I did not watch it but I think it was called Scared Shitless or something like that Levant Fever is a story by person held in a Syrian prison for fourteen years I was shocked to read about the shabby conditions and the mistreatment by the prison staff Who would have suspected that from a Middle Eastern Country’s prison Now and then I hear some Grand Poohbah in the USA talk about releasing some minor offenders Why Everyone knows prison does not reform anyone Just makes them a smarter criminal Were you not told to learn from your mistakes Read this and wonder if the writer may have thought he was in version of Heaven had he been transferred to an American prison Kudos for a tragic tale and a very hardy survivor