The Women Debrowska

  • Title: The Women Debrowska
  • Author: Leigh Podgorski
  • ISBN: 9780557586226
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • ↠ The Women Debrowska ☆ Leigh Podgorski - The Women Debrowska, The Women Debrowska Anatola Debrowska has a family spinning into separate orbits and a life spiraling into soul stealing monotony when the year old son she gave up at birth suddenly materializes on her doorstep The re
    ↠ The Women Debrowska ☆ Leigh Podgorski - The Women Debrowska, The Women Debrowska Anatola Debrowska has a family spinning into separate orbits and a life spiraling into soul stealing monotony when the year old son she gave up at birth suddenly materializes on her doorstep The re

    • ↠ The Women Debrowska ☆ Leigh Podgorski
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    The Women Debrowska

    About Leigh Podgorski


    1. Leigh Podgorski s stage plays have been produced in Los Angeles, New York City and regionally She had the privilege of interviewing Dr Elisabeth Kubler Ross for her one act play Windstorm, which was presented as part of the annual festival CelebrateWomen that Leigh also co produced We Are Still Here, the story of Cahuilla Indian elder Katherine Siva Saubel, was premiered at the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum as part of CelebrateWomen 2000 The play has been presented throughout Southern California at college campuses, Universities, and Indian Reservations and Casinos In addition to her plays, Leigh has penned several original award winning screenplays and several of her monologues have been published through Meriwether Publishing, LtdLeigh produced her first documentary, We Are Still Here, based on the play in 2007, which she also wrote and directed The film has screened at the American Indian Film Festival, Sherman Indian Film Festival, Cal State San Marcos Native American Film Festival, and the Talking Stick Film Festival Visit her web site violethillsproductions Leigh s novels include The Women Debrowska, Ouray s Peak, and the Stone Quest Series books Desert Chimera and Gallows Ascending.


    632 Comments


    1. Good story marred by sloppy writingPodgorski has a knack for storytelling, which kept me reading until the end However, the problem with self published books is that no one copyedits them, and this book is no exception There are numerous spelling errors and word omissions throughout, and that s just in the English The Polish was even worse In addition, the ending had way too much about Auschwitz and the Wieliczka salt mine and way too little about the characters What happens to Pyotr whose name [...]

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    2. You need to be prepared for a roller coaster ride of emotions with The Women Debrowska I think it is a very ambitious book in terms of the timescale it covers and the breadth and depth of characters that are portrayed, but Leigh Podgorski has written a really marvelous and thought provoking book.

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    3. The Women Debrowska is a powerful story that encourages the reader to think about family past and present and the influence the past has upon the present It is insightful yet incredibly sad at times and I have to admit that a few tears were shed Leigh Podgorski has a new fan

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