Hungarian Trilogy Book 1
The Hungarian Women's Rights movement of the early 1900's is the backdrop for this story of two young radicals, as told by their grand-daughter. Ella is determined to break from the traditional woman's role of wife and subordinate and find a path to economic and sexual independence. Her childhood friend Ede is writing a women's rights manifesto that would still be considered radical in the United States of the 1960s. Together, they could change the world -- if they can just find a way to be together.
"Intriguing characters introduced to launch what should be an interesting and educational series "
"Ella finds her voice"