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Billi Rosen
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Andi's War recounts the story of a Greek family torn apart during the civil war that broke out in Greece between communist partisans and loyalists following World War II. The novel not only details the war going on around Andi, but also within Andi. A war which she has to fight with herself, a complicated situation she has to understand, a fear she has to come to terms with and overcome, a life she has to live no matter what obstacles lie before her. Andi's War is the first part of Billi Rosen's trilogy based around Andi's life. The reality and harshness of life during the Greek civil war is told with objectivity and sensitivity, with a real understanding of the events. Life is portrayed factually, and conveyed through the eyes of a heroine who could be in any country going through civil war, coping with adolescent fears...

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