Saturday, October 29, 2016

From Rags to Riches by Irene Inker

“A wonderful autobiography!”
Available in Kindle here!

For many years, Irene endured hardship, poverty, and all the challenges associated with being an illegal immigrant in the States, and now she is an established working professional.

From Rags to Riches is her first book, inspired by seeing and living the life of an immigrant and American. A series of short stories, this book reflects on daily life in the land of opportunity. Every chapter is a standalone story that intertwines with the others, with dramatic events described in a unique style combining drama, humor, and criticism.

Written with an amazing, breathtaking emotional power, full of sweet and bitter sarcasm about people, situations, the corporate world, and relationships, once you start reading From Rags to Riches, you will not be able to put it down until the very end. It will make you laugh, cry, shiver, sweat; it will wake up your every emotion.

Irene Inker, was born in Russia, St. Petersburg. Being in her mid-twenties, experiencing complete disillusion with the SSSR politic, deteriorating quality of live and increasing anti-Semitism – runs away to United States during the last days of communistic Russia in 1989 and is a resident of New York ever since.

For many years Inker endured hardship, poverty, and all the challenges associated with being an illegal emigrant in the United States; currently Inker is an established working professional. Her philosophical statement is: “I am a very proud American and truly consider this country a Land of opportunity. If you want to achieve something, you will find a way how to do it; if you don’t, you will find an excuse.”

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