Author Urges Readers to Join and Be Part of the Fight Against Injustice

(Maria Fenner) Justice’s ‘Exit Lines’ reveals the oftentimes forgotten sufferings and the unanswered shouts for justice by people from Cyprus.

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Australia (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

It has been 40 years and author (Maria Fenner) Justice still sees, hears, and even experiences the sufferings of the people of Cyprus — the sufferings brought about by the inhumane occupation of the Turks to the small island. Hundreds of displaced families, a number of missing persons and deaths have all contributed to this plea for justice. “Exit Lines” is a call and an eye-opener to those who want to lend a hand in pursuing the search and fight for justice by the Cypriots.

According to Fenner, Cyprus seems like a forgotten tragedy to the world. Being a Cypriot by birth, Fenner and her family has been displaced and driven away from their homeland, forced to settle and make dwellings in foreign lands just because of the ongoing violence and forced occupation of the Turks in their small but precious Island. As a result, many offspring of family are not able to even have a glimpse of the beauty of their motherland.

A concerned citizen and one who seeks to someday see her once peaceful country, Fenner uses this book to make readers and peace-loving individuals aware that somewhere in between the continents of Europe and Asia there is one small country that needs their help in order to once again experience peace. An honest and noble cause, “Exit Lines” presents the reality and serves as the voice of Cyprus and Cypriot’s shout for justice and ultimately freedom.

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Exit Lines* by (Maria Fenner) Justice
Publication Date: October 31, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 241 pages; 9781493115242
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 241 pages; 9781493115259
e-book; AU$4.27; 9781493115266

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