Zaven's Destiny

The story of the Armenian genocide as seen through the eyes of a survivor. More than just history, Zaven’s Destiny reveals the Armenian heart and mind. It reflects the nobility of a people persecuted as the world largely ignored their plight— a fascinating recounting of a momentous event too often overlooked. Bedros Margosian’s words transport us into the adventure that was his life. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 113,380
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780986335822
About Bedros Margosian

Elizabeth Marks (Margosian) was born and grew up in an Armenian community in Watertown, Massachusetts, where she lived with her parents, brother, and her Armenian aunt and uncle. Most of her childhood friends were Armenian. With her Aunt Mary doing all the cooking, she learned to love the cuisine, and would spend hours in the kitchen watching her aunt cook. Though she spent long periods of time in the UK with her mother and away from her father and the Armenian community, Elizabeth counts among her treasures early childhood memories of her father telling her fanciful bedtime stories of a heroic young man and his adventures.

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