Breaking The Silence: Historical Fiction About The Spanish Civil War By Maria J. Nieto – A Glimpse Into Spanish Civil War And Its Horrifying Scenes With An Immersive Plotline

November 23 22:22 2022

Through the eyes of a young girl, the book will take readers to experience human cruelty realistically and the rich tapestry of life during the Spanish Civil War with a first-hand account.

Breaking the Silence: Historical Fiction about the Spanish Civil War is a gripping narrative that transports readers to the time of one of the most pivotal events in the country’s History―The Spanish Civil War. The historic war began in 1936 and had far-reaching effects on Spain and Europe. The horrific war provided scenes of massacres and crimes against humanity, including forced disappearances and extrajudicial killings. Unfortunately, most people are unaware of what transpired during the three years of Spain’s Civil War between 1936 and 1939. Maria has written Breaking the Silence to enlighten readers and leave them knowing more about this dark time in History.

The book traces the beginnings of the war through the eyes of a 6-year-old girl named Mari, who lives in Madrid during this time. Readers will be taken on an emotional journey through war, a mind-controlling dictatorship, and street-by-street fighting in Madrid. Maria creates a cast of characters that readers will remember long after reading. The characters are woven into a realistic situation that underscores how fragile freedom can be when evil minds want it destroyed.

Though a work of fiction, Maria weaves actual events throughout the powerful story so that readers experience the horrors of what transpired during one of Spain’s most indelible marks–The Spanish Civil Wars. Breaking the Silence is an unflinching depiction of the cost of war and a poignant study of resilience. Set against the backdrop of Madrid during the 1930s, this gripping tale takes readers back to a frightening time when Spain was edging closer and closer to becoming a fascist regime.

Maria tells her story with a unique flare adding a touch of comedy, tenderness, and compassion moments with acute attention to historical accuracy. It is full of fascinating drama and humor, making it a well-rounded and representative portrayal of the heartbreak that occurred. The glimpse into Spanish History comes alive through Maria’s writing.

The author, who also served in the Navy’s Hospital Corps Psychiatric Services during the Korean War, makes readers feel as if they are in her shoes, experiencing the delicate beginning to the climactic end. The writer’s descriptions and dialogue can bring people from the past to life even though all of it happened more than 70 years ago, which gives one a chilling feeling of what life may have been like during those horrendous days.

It is a story of survival, perseverance, strength, and determination in political, social, and emotional upheaval. If historical fiction is your genre, add this one to the list!

Media Contact
Company Name: Ink start Media
Contact Person: Sage Grey
Email: Send Email
Country: United States