What More Can I Say Plenty

It wasn't until we were left without Bosnian Woods (stay tuned for plenty more!) and became a temporary resident of the village, that we frequented all the restaurants in Luna Sea (after we got up on our feet again).

What More Can I Say        Plenty

What More Can I Say Plenty

What More Can I Say? ... Plenty! shares the experiences of the author and her family in Croatia over the last seven years. Inspiring readers about life and what it is to be a migrant, it contains a sequence of events in a foreign non-English speaking land where she and her family, as non- Croatians, try to survive economically, spiritually and mentally. What More Can I Say? ... Plenty! is a collection of memories, fi lled with humorous, fl ippant and heart-wrenching anecdotes. This album of eclectic word and picture snapshots is a riveting read for anyone who knows how it feels to not belong.

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