What we remember from childhood we remember forever – permanent ghosts, stamped, inked, imprinted, eternally seen. ~Cynthia Ozick
There are memories that are etched in our minds forever. No matter how much time passed, or how much we changed, those moments will always follow us, haunt us until we give in and walk down that lane once again.
Author Paul Galy shares his past to the rest of the world with his new publication, The 4th of May.
It all started with a blood oath they made as a child. Paul and Gabi grew together in post-WW2 communist Hungary. The latter releases Paul from his promise when he was in his deathbed.
And now, Paul’s memories emerge with a striking richness of detail and emotion.
They are the memories of a child conceived in the aftermath of a racial war, growing up in the midst of a class war tearing apart Hungarian society, ultimately needing to flee with his family to Australia, a foreign land at the other side of the world.
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