From that moment on, Souren uses his wits, inventiveness, and courage to escape capture and imprisonment several times over in this thrilling true story. Using Souren's personal memoirs as well as many conversations with the protagonist himself, the book captures the intensity of the times, the excitement of the escapes, and the passion of a young man who dares to fall in love - even as he is carrying out his latest creative deception.
On the Monster's Back is an inspiring read for anyone interested in learning the tragic truth of the Armenian Genocide through the eyes of an intrepid survivor and how that historical event set a stage for events unfolding today.
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About the Author
Robert Lamson is an author and senior business development counselor. Cofounder and senior executive of several successful technology companies, he is most recently founder of Historical Accounts Repository Partners (HARP), a 501(c)(3) educational foundation. HARP(www.historicalaccounts.org) is focused on bringing to light the stirring true personal stories such as in this book. His previous publication is a nonfiction work on military spending and the economy, Beyond Guns and Butter, coauthored with Glenn Pascall.
Married for fifty-three years, Lamson has two daughters and five grandchildren and lives in Seattle, Washington.