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Ernest Kiss Shares His Memoir of a Life Well-Traveled at the London Book Fair 2023

For Ernest Kiss, life was a wild adventure from the moment he was born. Growing up during and after World War II, he had seen history made, remade, and then some. Visitors to the 2023 London Book Fair will have a chance to learn what much of that was like and more as his memoir, “Stories From A Rearview Mirror,” is set to exhibit there this year.

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“An epic work that includes chapters of carefree youth, revolutionary war, love, heartbreak and a job that took him to five different continents. A good read.” – Leroy Christner

For many historians, the Danube River is a beauty of nature as well as an enduring witness to Europe’s most violent conflicts. But for Ernest Kiss, the Danube was part of his life, which he has decided to share in his memoir “Stories From A Rearview Mirror.”

The book is set to be exhibited at this year’s London Book Fair alongside many history publications. In it, Kiss talks about what it was like being born in Budapest during World War II and growing up during the Soviet occupation. Yet, unlike a lot of other books that focused squarely on the main events of those periods, his biography talks more about personal events during that time.

In the first chapter, he touches on what he thought of communism and how his uncle reshaped his worldview with one simple story. He then goes on to talk about his closest friends and how they had such a profound impact on his passion for sports, academics, and daring escapades. Some of the experiences of these friends were also shared, including their early escapes from the Iron Curtain before it fully closed off the country from the non-Soviet world.

These, however, were just the first of Kiss’ many detailed accounts of living under authoritarian communist rule. He shares what it was like going to school and succeeding in the Soviet-run education system, including his time as a university student. Readers will also get a first-person view of what it meant to be employed in a communist country during the post-WW2 era.

Of course, this would only be the first half of Ernest Kiss’ life as he would then flee to America and then travel around a world that was changing from the Soviet Union’s collapse.

Those who are eager to learn more about what Ernest Kiss experienced can get a copy of “Stories From A Rearview Mirror” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. They should also check out the book’s display at the ReadersMagnet exhibit at stand #6A90 at the London Book Fair.

“Stories From A Rearview Mirror”
Author | Ernest Kiss
Published date | January 31, 2020
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing Inc
Genre |Biography

Author Bio

Born shortly after World War II broke out, Ernest Kiss was raised near the Danube River in the eastern region of Europe. He finally settled in California, his chosen occupation as an international trouble-shooter took control over his life and guided him into large international projects over five continents. He lived and worked in every econo-political system in over 20 countries ranging from Alaska, Patagonia, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Venezuela, South Africa, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Canada, and Kuwait. Despite the hard blows life has thrown to him and his family, he maintained his sanity and went on. All the while, he maintained his good humor and dedication to his favorite things in life: cats, women and espresso coffee. His perseverance paid off at the end, having found friends, peace, happiness and love.

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