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This jurisevicc is a hero, he has done more for the Kosovo-Albanian people than any Albanian has done. Fifty Shades Trilogy Bundle. You start to read this book and after the first Chapter you get shocked and sad about the story. Twelve Years a Slave.

Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. I am not pro-Albanian or anti-Serb. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.

A Surgeon at War by Craig Jurisevic. The best one I’ve ever read.

View all 3 comments. Blood on my Hands is a plainly written account of an extraordinary experience, which left Jurisevic with something close to post-traumatic stress disorder. Oct 01, Tony rated it it was amazing.


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An insight into war and its effects on the humans and humanity involved. An eye opening account of humanity’ Blood on my Hands by surgeon Craig Jurisevic was a shocking read.

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My Life Among the Serial Killers. Band-Aid for a Broken Leg. In Craig Jurisevic, an Australian surgeon, volunteered his services with the International Medical Corps during the conflict in bloood Balkans.

I also admire the way the author talked about the ongoing personal cost of his experiences, and would be interested in further exploration of these issues. Andyduncan22 rated it it was amazing May 06, It brought home the atrocities of war, the stupidity and senseless death by opposing sides and the good will of so many in unbelievable and horrific circumstances.

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The year isand a fresh hell is being created before our eyes. Ratings and Reviews 1 3 star ratings 1 reviews. The book is about to be released in the U. In Adelaide, where I live, dinner with friends stalls while we wander into the living room to see the latest images from Kosovo on the seven o’clock news.


I Came To Say Goodbye. This meant leaving his wife and small son behind in Adelaide and travelling to Kosovo, where Slobodan Milosevic’s Serbian forces had swept across the country, leaving behind them scenes of unspeakable suffering. You submitted the jurrisevic rating and review.

Leaving behind a wife and son, Jurisevic flies to the Balkans under the auspices of the International Medical Corps.

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A Train in Winter. I wish I had Owen’s poems with me. Songs of a War Boy. This certainly underscored the horrific atrocities committed in Kosovo in the s and the terrible fatality rate for the underprepared and poorly led Kosovar forces against the craaig Serbian paramilitaries. Nov 12, Sharon rated it liked it Shelves: Refresh and try again.