Notes from Hell (Audio Book)
"This horror story made international headlines. It shows brutality in its most extreme form, a wilful act of cruel injustice for which the Libyan government stands accused. Reading this book will make you cry." - Dries Brunt, "Citizen Newspaper", South Africa
In 1999 seventeen medical nurses are kidnapped from the hospital in which they work in Benghazi, Libya and are confined in a police station in the capital Tripoli. The next eight and a half years five of them will spend in different prisons accused of deliberately infecting more than 400 children with HIV.
"Notes from Hell" is a confession of an ordinary woman whose face becomes familiar to the whole world. The book tells about her work in Benghazi, about the reasons for the infection of the children, about the monstrous tortures she suffered, the terror, uncertainty and friendship in the Libyan prisons, about what it feels like to have three death sentences and survive. In this audio book British actress Nano Nagle is telling the stist if Vakya Cheveniashka.
"One of the most emotional and revealing confessions..." - "Telegraph Newspaper", Bulgaria
"Great book! I couldn't put down until finished it!. A must read!" - Amazon.com Reader Review
"This intimate account is relayed with raw honesty and emotion. A cold, sobering look at some of life's injustices." - Michelle Bristow-Bovey, "Cape Times", South Africa