Synopses & Reviews
Farewell to Prague
is a memoir set against the turbulent events of the Nazi era in Germany and World War II England. Miriam Darvas, at the age of six, witnesses a murder being committed by German Storm Troopers. From that moment, the happy life she has known disintegrates. Her family escapes to Prague, where they create a new life. Six years later, the Germans march into Prague. Now she has to escape to England alone and on foot. She walks across the snow-covered Tatar Mountains. By train, fishing boat, and ship, she finally manages to get to England. She comes of age there during the bombing of London. When the war ends, she immediately returns to the Continent to discover the fate of her family. Farewell to Prague
is a gripping true story that will fascinate and inspire readers of all ages.
About the Author
has been a starving student and CEO, a campaign manager and a candidate for the California Assembly, president and organizer of the National Womens Political Caucus and served on several Boards and Commissions. She has two adult daughters and lives in the Sierra foothills with three cats and one husband. Farewell to Prague
is her first book.