The Woman Who Lost Her Soul - Book 2, 1944-45 – Chapters 14 - 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 – “During the final days of the German occupation of Croatia”, there was a boy named Stjepan Kovacevic, who is later revealed to have changed his named to Steven Kovacevic, later Chambers – father of Dorothy Chambers, who became Renee Gardner, who became Jackie Scott. Narration describes the death of the 8-year-old boy’s father, at the hands of Serb soldiers, and how the boy’s mother, Marija, escapes with him to the home of her mentally unstable sister. While there, Stjepan takes comfort in his family’s Roman Catholic faith, until his mother’s sister speaks too sharply to a soldier and gets the response of a rifle butt in her face. After her lingering death, Stjepan’s mother attempts to get him to leave again, but he refuses, saying he’s made a promise to himself to kill the men...

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