What Price Freedom (Revised Edition)

What Price Freedom (Revised Edition)

by Galina Evangelista

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What Price Freedom (Revised Edition) by Galina Evangelista

What Price Freedom is a poignant, bittersweet novel based on a true story of searing passion and haunting practicality as one woman is forced to abandon her beloved Leningrad to protect her half-Jewish son. She must come to grips with the pain and suffering their departure to freedom brings the family they left behind. The author, Galina Evangelista, seeks an understanding of postmodern landscapes while chronicling the past fifty years of Russian history.

What Price Freedom is a testament to courage, strength, and perseverance in one woman's pursuit of the American Dream.

"What Price Freedom is sure to enlighten and thrill even its most sophisticated readers." - NY Times bestselling author Ellen Tanner March

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998173115
Publisher: Empire Publishing
Publication date: 10/12/2016
Pages: 344
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Galina Evangelista was born and raised in Russia. She studied art through her school years and graduated from Art Academy in the Estonia Republic of Soviet Russia. In 1977, she left St. Petersburg and immigrated to the United States. In New York, she attended Parsons School of Design and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her art career.

In Los Angeles, she worked as an art director for more than 17 years, at which time she opened her own art school in Hermosa Beach. She taught children and adults for more than seven years until she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada.

With a passion for portrait art, she specialized in oil painting, but is also accomplished in pastels, acrylics and watercolors. Her latest focus is on her murals and mosaic. Her style is realistic and evidenced in her academic renaissance approach.

She favors 16th to 19th century fine art, which includes styles from artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, Rembrandt, David, Leighton and Bouguereau. She has belonged to art societies and has many awards to her credit.

What price Freedom is her first book and destined to become a best-seller.

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