It Takes a Child to Lead Them Home
A love lost. A soul restored. A decade of secrets and separation.
In A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS, an idealistic American humanitarian worker with a decade of field experience arrives in 1991 Southern Sudan hoping to save the world, but it’s the love of a child and the return of an old flame from Lebanon that ends up saving and healing her instead.
Qasim, charming and cosmopolitan, trying to save his homeland, Lebanon, and Dianna, brilliant and beautiful, trying to save children in war-torn 1990s Southern Sudan, bump into one another in Nairobi and fall in love again. But they must choose between their work and their love. In the face of cultural barriers, their commitment to family and career, and ongoing war, can they find the strength to stand up for both love and a lasting peace?
Culture shaped them. Love transformed them. Will a child unite them?
The author of A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS, Kathryn Brown Ramsperger, began her career as a journalist in Virginia and Washington, DC. As a researcher and writer for National Geographic, and later as a humanitarian journalist, her work took her throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East to help people facing disaster, famine, and war.
This book combines the stories she witnessed with her imagination to create this riveting, poignant novel. All Kathryn’s work focuses on peace and the connections all people share.
Praise for A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS :
“Beautifully written, a joy to read and highly entertaining in the most wonderful way possible. Kathryn Brown Ramsperger, quite simply, has written a great novel.”
— Cindy Williams, Actress best known as the co-star of LAVERNE & SHIRLEY, author of SHIRLEY, I JEST!
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