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GUARDIANA DE RECUERDOS DE KYIV, LA
Drawing inspiration from the story the world forgot and the Russian government denies, Erin Littleken recounts the crisis of a man-made famine in Ukraine that claimed nearly four million lives. It is 1929 and Katya is sixteen years old, she is surrounded by her family and in love with her childhood friend of hers. When Stalin's activists start pouring into the Ukraine arguing for the greatness of collective farming, they are only a few. But soon the neighbors begin to disappear; those who speak never come back. Thereafter, each new day becomes an uncertain future. Endurance comes at a price, and as despair and hunger grip the countryside, survival seems more like a dream than a possibility But even in the darkest of times, love prevails.