Epic New Novel from SBPRA Spans Four Generations of Women

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Mira Stanislawska's "The Other Side of the Meadow" is a sweeping story of betrayal and fate.

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"“This interesting story kept me hooked from the very dramatic beginning to the surprising end."

Spanning four generations of women, two world wars and the communist takeover of Poland, this epic novel begins in the early 1900s and proves an undeniable fact of life: True love never dies. "The Other Side of the Meadow" is a sweeping story of betrayal and fate, overlaid with undertones of paranormal intervention.

Emilia, Daisy, Bella and Fleur are four distinctive women living in different eras. Their lives cross a period of unsurpassed change in the world. As social customs, the political landscape, and technological changes forever rewrite history, these earth-shaking events are overshadowed by the freedoms evolving for the fairer sex.

The story begins when Emilia defies her father’s wishes to marry a wealthy man and ends with her great-granddaughter, Fleur. Each woman wears the same family cross that binds their fates together. Each woman exudes a passion for life and is a risk taker, determined to live life on her own terms. The Other Side of the Meadow is simply unforgettable.

Amazon reader review:
“This interesting story kept me hooked from the very dramatic beginning to the surprising end. Mira has succeeded to link a set of love stories in an interesting way to the modern history - a story flowing through many places, many decades, men and women, nobels and labour class, different continents and back to the very same meadow where everything started.”

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About the Author: Born in Poland, Mira Stanislawska now lives in Melbourne, Australia. She founded Our Earth Foundation in Poland to run the ecological Clean up the World Campaign that originated in Australia. This book was inspired by stories told by elderly relatives.

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MEADOW (ISBN: 978-1-62516-124-6) is now available for $15.50 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website:
http://sbpra.com/MiraStanislawska or Amazon or BarnesandNoble.com.

WHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email bookorder@aeg-online-store.com.

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