Format:Hardback 320 pages Publisher:Ebury Publishing Imprint:W H Allen ISBN:9780753560594 Published:6 Jun 2024 Classifications:Eastern Europe, Reportage & collected journalism, Oral history Weight:524g Dimensions:242 x 160 x 30 (mm) Pub. Country:United Kingdom Country of Origin:GB Tariff Codes:49019900 For sale in: United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Germany, France, (See full list) Other Formats Paperback Description ***LONGLISTED FOR THE 2024 MOORE PRIZE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS WRITING***'Read this book. Don't put it off until you'll supposedly be strong enough and ready for the reading. If you put it off, you'll find yourself defenseless in the face of evil.'- Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and author of Chernobyl PrayerIn the darkest of times, in the midst of it all, a journalist has one single task: to document everything that is happening. It is time to slow down and listen to the voice of a human being. On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. Since that day, prize-winning independent journalist Katerina Gordeeva has travelled to refugee centres across Europe to record the human voice and cost of war. Take My Grief Away reveals twenty-four raw, heartbreaking first-person accounts from people united in grief and their first-hand experiences of the brutality and senselessness of war. These twenty-four voices will transform what you think you know about war, grief and human nature.

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