Gabor believes the story of the Hungarians is unique because they are “a people who were already together at ancient times,” and she surmises that readers will find their history intriguing.
Manhattan, Kan. (PRWEB) December 21, 2013
In “Heirs: Part I” (published by Trafford Publishing), author Celia Gabor’s new book released in 2013, readers will take a glimpse into the history of Hungary, following two families’ experiences through five generations.
Gabor enjoys writing about her homeland, Hungary. She also has a special place in her heart for history and literature. For “Heirs,” all of those interests converge in a book that she is proud to offer to readers.
“Heirs” follows the history of the Magyars, another name for the people of Hungary, focusing on their journey to find the Carpathian Basin. She shows how they eventually turned that destination into their kingdom during the early medieval times, and the book goes on to follow five generations of two Hungarian families.
An excerpt from “Heirs”:
“With the Compromise, inevitably a new era has begun. And the Revolution? Was it forgotten? Those who took part in it fighting, many were imprisoned, or the thousands who were forced to serve afterwards in the Austrian army, fighting unpopular offensive wars hundreds of kilometers away and could return only years later, would say in resignation: ‘. . . the Revolution? Maybe the next generation will resuscitate it. We are tired . . . and old . . .’”
Gabor believes the story of the Hungarians is unique because they are “a people who were already together at ancient times,” and she surmises that readers will find their history intriguing. “Despite our peculiarities, all people are also very similar, and somehow even connected in many ways.”
About the Author
Celia Gabor lived the initial phase of her life at the sites of her story. Her subsequent life placed her in Africa, Western Europe and the United States.
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