Immigrated: A Memoir (Paperback)
From the Author of one of the best Bosnian War books of all time.
At the age of 19 and newly married, fleeing from her native country and still haunted by her demons from the Bosnian War, Nadija struggles to adapt to the completely different culture of the USA. Immigrant life cannot protect her from her abusive marriage, which magnifies and extends her war trauma. Isolated and lonely, she learns new life lessons, making many mistakes along the way. Can she face her war demons head on and rise above the horrors of her past to start afresh?
An inspiring, poignant and occasionally humorous story of one young woman's determination to achieve the happiness she deserves in the wake of a doubly devastating past.