Toronto (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Инна Кайли (Inna Kylie) marks her debut in the dazzling world of poetry with “Песнь Любви” (Love Song). This new book of poems is a celebration of love in all its glory and an invitation for readers to immerse themselves in the extraordinary story of two people who discover what it means to live and love.
Told in a captivating poetic narrative, the book opens in the breathtaking Caucasus Mountains in the 11th century. It is in this majestic region that Zara, the 17-year-old daughter of Avadal, a wealthy prince and warrior from the mountain tribes, lives. One day, the guards bring in a handsome Russian prisoner into their town. The prisoner’s name is Andrei, a Russian prince who came to the Caucasus region to subdue the rebellious mountain people.
Zara finds herself attracted to the foreigner whose blond hair and blue eyes are strikingly noticeable among the dark people of her tribe. In the story that unfolds, readers will witness a love so extraordinary that it is able to overcome differences in culture and race.
Deeply moving and thoroughly compelling, “Песнь Любви” (Love Song) is a glimpse into a remarkable time and place. With love at its core, this highly original collection reveals, above all, the power of poetry to touch hearts, uplift the spirit and even change lives.
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About the Author
Инна Кайли (Inna Kylie) was born in the city of Poltava, Ukraine. She attended Poltava Art School from 1983 to 1987 and Poltava Pedagogical Institute in 1992. She has also studied at the art faculty of the State Collegiate of Ceramics in the town of Mirgorod, Poltava Province. In 1993, she became a Christian and worked for Ellel Ministries, a Christiain organization, in England and Canada from 1996 to 1999. She is married and presently resides in Toronto.
Песнь Любви (Love Song) * by Инна Кайли (Inna Kylie)
Publication Date: April 29, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 262 pages; 9781493186464
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