Acclaimed Author Robert Dawson Got a Splendid Review for His Brilliant Books
Robert Dawson received a glorious review about his books Leaves in a Holocaust Wind and Tuesday, Wednesday, Quake Day. He got applauded for his books which are based on his experiences and time with Romany Travelers. Both books surely give an insight into the rich Romany culture to the readers. The review praised Dawson for his skill of pulling readers to identify with the Romany Characters of his stories. These books are highly recommended for children and adults alike.
Leaves in a Holocaust Wind is a heart-wrenching read about the Holocaust. Fox and Zuzzi embark on the journey to freedom in the German-occupied territory of Slovakia. They witness all the brutality, from horrific sight of slaughtering in the woods to the deception of a safe future and from the concentration camp of Majdanek to hiding away in the countryside. Find out more about Fox and Zuzzi’s journey in this epic history book.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Quake Day a thrilling read about Tom and Luckry. Tom is the elder brother of Luckry who is six-years-old. All seemed well until Tom gets burned from destructive chemicals stored in the mining company yard. Travelling community believes that family ties are so strong that they cannot be broken by death. Luckry swears of receiving instructions from her late big Gran about money in wishing well. What would Luckry do? Would everyone believe her? Get a copy of this amazing read to know more about Tom and Luckry.
The author Robert Dawson has been a journalist and crime and police specialist. Later, he retrained as a teacher and then retired as a head. He developed his interest in Gypsies at the age of 11. He is an acknowledged and full-time author on British Romanies.