Dana you sould read this. This book provides an insight into the lives of Mennonites in Russia during the early 1900's as they lived within colonies. It is a goo portrait of the day to day lives and religion of the Mennonites and the impact of the Russian Revolution on the decision of many to immigrate to Canada, Mexico and South American. The story is told from the point of view of Katya, one of three survivors of a massacre at one of the colonies. Well written and interesting. The author is of Mennonite heritage from Saskatchewan.
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