By Denise Leith
What Remains follows the tumultuous lifetime of journalist Kate expense from her first project as a naive and idealistic younger correspondent in Riyadh in 1991, to Baghdad in 2004, the place she cannot believe something until it cuts her to the bone. We song her throughout the warfare zones of the Arabian Peninsula, Palestine, South Africa, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya and Iraq, via harrowing scenes of violence and destruction as she will pay the cost of bearing witness to unspeakable calamity and cruelty. but within the face of that horror, the place friendship could be life's forex and love is usually fleeting, convenience are available within the smallest and so much smooth moments.
On her first actual journey right into a battle quarter, Kate meets mythical photographer Pete McDermott, and it really is their trip jointly that lighting fixtures up the pages of this impressive novel. From a cynical starting to grudging admire to whatever even more worthy, their conferences and becoming appeal body the chance and terror in their operating lives.
In an international that not is smart, Kate starts to query every little thing she has ever believed in. The solutions, once they come, will eventually express her the way in which - yet they can't shield her from what she either longs for and fears.
What Remains is an epic tale of affection, battle, friendship and finally of wish: gripping, confronting and unbearably heartbreaking. it's going to stick with you forever.
'Modern war and the lives of the correspondents who document it are portrayed with unflinching authenticity. This ebook is unforgettable.' - Rosie Scott, writer of Faith Singer
'This is a love tale, however it rips into your guts with the bleak fact of the horror of conflict and the heartbreaking heroism of standard humans. impressive read.' - Susan Duncan, writer of Salvation Creek
'What Remains is ready the everlasting subject matters of affection and warfare, the main excessive and contemporaneous types of both.' - Lucina Kathmann