Wars of the Flesh

  • Title: Wars of the Flesh
  • Author: Germaine Shames
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 186
  • Format: ebook
  • Wars of the Flesh We may love imperfectly we may love blindly but love we must
    We may love imperfectly, we may love blindly, but love we must.

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    About Germaine Shames


    1. Germaine Shames has written from six continents soon to add the seventh on topics ranging from the Middle East crisis to Aboriginal land rights, from the struggle to save the to the plight of street children Shames is author of the critically acclaimed novel Between Two Deserts Macadam Cage Publishing , two earlier nonfiction books, five musical stage plays, an opera, and three feature screenplays.Her recently released novel, YOU, FASCINATING YOU, the hidden epic behind a timeless love song, has been named Editor s Choice by the Historical Novel Society The eponymous musical stage play will premiere later this year.Writing under the pen name Casper Silk Hotel Noir, Echo Year she has been called cagey and poetic and compared to such luminaries as F Scott Fitzgerald, Graham Greene and P.D James on steroids Her articles have appeared in such publications as National Geographic Traveler, More, Success, Hemispheres, Byline and many others Her essays and short fiction have been widely anthologized.Shames holds a masters degree in Intercultural Studies As a global executive, and later as a foreign correspondent, she has lived and worked in such diverse locations as the Australian outback, Swiss Alps, interior of Bulgaria, coast of Colombia, Fiji Islands, Cyprus and Gaza Strip She brings a tender acuity to her journalism and has made a mission of covering under reported stories of grassroots activism and everyday heroism Her fiction writing reflects the breadth of her worldview and fascination with the interplay of cultures, often drawing on events and settings from her sojourns abroad germainewrites.wix buzzpalefirepressfacebook YFYMusicalyoutube germainewritesPraise for YOU, FASCINATING YOU A love story reminiscent of that of my grandparents I could not put it down Kinga Nijinsky Gaspars Faultless Historical Novel Society Germaine paints a vivid and accurate portrait of the world of ballet in pre and post war Europe The epic drama expected on the ballet stage is dwarfed by the tragic real life events of her ballerina heroine, Margit Wolf Penetrating descriptions of political brutality and the prepossession of romantic love, an ever present theme in classical ballet, make for a page turning, impelling read Janet Panetta, Ballet Master Pina Bausch Germaine Shames beautiful depiction of the life of Margit Wolf and Pasquale Frustaci is told with such vivid and haunting detail, it s as if the reader is propelled back in time to witness a devastating journey of shattered dreams, juxtaposed with the strength and courage of the human heart A tragic story, beautifully written Susan Jaffe, America s quintessential ballerina Shames captures the essence of a ballerina with such expertise in her riveting story Dancers succeed by creating beauty from effort this book, too, shows that exquisite art can be made from history s hardships Elana Altman, soloist dancer, San Francisco Ballet Shames faithful, carefully researched portrayal of ballerina Margit Wolf s blindness and history s cruelty makes this a compelling read Elizabeth Evans, author of The Blue Hour Compelling, heart wrenching, and heroic Jim Bencivenga, Christian Science MonitorReviews of BETWEEN TWO DESERTS Shames, a former Middle East correspondent, handles the complexities of Eve s visit to war torn Jerusalem with a subtlety seldom seen in this genre She is careful not to pass judgment on either side of the political equation as she skillfully intertwines the lives of this diverse cast of characters to produce a tightly executed, emotion filled work Publisher s Weekly The novelist creates the intense atmosphere of an unstable world with grace and a sort of lyric power National Public Radio One might expect the journalist and novelist to


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