The Cielo: A Novel of Wartime Tuscany (A Tuscan Trilogy)
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The villagers initially cower as the war rages around them, but they overcome petty differences, confront betrayal by o During World War II, the beautiful hills of Tuscany are transformed into horrific battlefields as Italian partisans sabotage the Germans. The villagers initially cower as the war rages around them, but they overcome petty differences, confront betrayal by one villager, fearlessly house an escaped prisoner and survive a raid by the Nazis. As the brutal war continues, a young girl finds love, two boys become heroes, and secrets are revealed.
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Then an unthinkable event changes their lives forever. Inspired by the experiences of author Paul Salsini's relatives, "The Cielo: A Novel of Wartime Tuscany" is a riveting story of courage, endurance, and the power of the human spirit in the cruelest of times. Paperback , pages. Published November 7th by iUniverse first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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I can't recall when I actually read this, but am quite sure I'll never forget either the reading of it or the feelings it evoked. At times it felt as though I was actually there, witnessing every twist, turn, and hopes and fears, the failures of the bravest and the success of the quick thinking and bravest. Most other times I awaited will almost baited breath the next chapter, the next near miss of a certain death, and sadly sometimes the loss of the coming of certain death.
Probably the closest y I can't recall when I actually read this, but am quite sure I'll never forget either the reading of it or the feelings it evoked.
Love and war....
Sep 05, RichVT rated it really liked it. I read this book on a trip to Tuscany and my family comes from this region. The author did a terrific job of capturing the culture of this region as it was in the ,s which would be the culture of my grandparents and recognizable in my parents generation. At the same time he was able to explore the notions of good and evil in human society through the eyes of relatively simple people who have a strong moral compass.
The plot was interesting ; though things wrapped up perhaps too neatly in I read this book on a trip to Tuscany and my family comes from this region. The plot was interesting ; though things wrapped up perhaps too neatly in the end, there was a strong authenticity throughout. So I decided to write a sequel. A Novel of Postwar Tuscany continues the story with many of the same characters but also some new ones. I hope it poses new questions and issues for readers. During the writing of Sparrow's Revenge , it occurred to me that the story should continue, and I saw three books under the general heading of A Tuscan Trilogy.
I had liked Little Dino in the second book, and so Dino's Story became a coming-of-age narrative. Happily, he was interested in art, and so it was logical to have him go to Florence to study art.
The Cielo: A Novel of Wartime Tuscany by Paul Salsini
And then, of course, the devastating flood ruined the city in I didn't want to focus on the damages and destruction of priceless works of art; rather I wanted to write about the poor people who were most affected by the flood. It is in helping those unfortunate Florentines that Dino becomes a man. I thought the three novels ended the stories of these wonderful characters, but I was wrong.
These people kept telling me new stories, and so two collections of stories have followed. The other comes to realize the futility of their efforts.
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These were characters that were difficult to create but I think are realistic. Please quote a passage from your book that you love. This is early in the story about Father Lorenzo. He was sure of one thing now, though. As he prepared for Mass in the Rinuccini Chapel, he knew exactly what he was doing. She should know the truth. Nothing is going to come of this. Even if she is so beautiful and nice.
Elaborate on the meaning of the passage. Father Lorenzo, long a priest and celibate, is captivated by the beautiful woman he has just met. What surprising things did you learn while writing this book? How has your upbringing influenced you writing? I was brought up in an Italian American household and have long appreciated everything Italian. Where do you live and how does that influence your writing?
The people are so generous, the countryside so beautiful.
The Cielo: A Novel of Wartime Tuscany
If you have a career outside of writing how does it fit into your life as a writer? I teach journalistic writing at Marquette University, so that keeps me in touch with my journalistic roots. Do you have a special routine you go through before you begin writing? I wish I did. Joseph Valentinetti Reviewer Joseph Valentinetti: View all articles by Joseph Valentinetti.