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Kurt Seyit and Shura (Kurt seyit ve sura) Turkish Tv Series

Details
Original Title: Kurt Seyit ve Sura
English Title: Kurt Seyit and Shura
Also Known As: Kurt Seyit and Sura, Amor En Guerra
Genre: Drama, Romance, History
Episodes: 21
Broadcast Network: Star TV
Broadcast Period: March 4, 2014 – November 20, 2014
Production Company: Ay Yapim
Director: Hilal Saral
Screen Writer: Ece Yorenc

Synopsis

Kurt Seyit (Kivanc Tatlitug) is a womanizing lieutenant who is the first son of a rich Crimean landowner of Turkish origin. He is so handsome and successful. Shura (Farah Zeynep Abdullah), on the other hand, is the beautiful daughter of a noble Russian family. She is so naïve and beautiful.

These two young persons meet at a ball in St. Petersburg. Before Shura comes to the ball, Kurt Seyit makes a bet with his friends and tells them he will manage to kiss the first girl who enters the room. And then Shura joins the ball. When Kurt Seyit sees Shura, he develops a crush on her. At the same time, Shura falls in love with him at first sight and can’t get him out of her mind.

Although Kurt Seyit and Shura start to love each other to death, they have to endure obstacles in front of their ways. Kurt Seyit has to prove his fidelity while Shura has to learn to trust him. Also, they have to act against the wishes of their families. This is because; Kurt Seyit’s father wants him to get married to a Turkish girl whereas Shura’s family wants her to get married to a noble man.

For this reason, they must fight for their love against the forces of family, the expectations of society and the events of history in 1920s during revolutions in Russia and Ottoman Empire.

In Kurt Seyit and Shura tv series story, you will explore the adventures of two lovers who have broken away from their magnificent lives in Russia and have been dragged to Istanbul. Will Shura believe in Kurt Seyit’s fidelity? Will Kurt Seyit convince his family? Will the love between Kurt Seyit ans Shura manage to stand for all the obstacles?

Cast
Kivanc Tatlitug as Kurt Seyit
Farah Zeynep Abdullah as Sura
Ushan Cakir as Celil Kamilof
Birkan Sokullu as Petro
Elcin Sangu as Guzide
Demet Ozdemir as Alya
Seda Guven as Valentina
Asli Orcan as Barones Lola
Caglar Ertugrul as Yusuf
Berk Ercer as Misa
Dogu Alpan as Vladimir
Baris Alpaykut as Osman
Serdar Gokhan as Mirza
Sefika Umit Tolun as Zahide Eminofa
Sumeyra Koc as Havva
Tugce Karabacak as Nina
Engin Senkan as Riza
Tijen Par as Valentina

External Links
Imdb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3467380/
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Seyit_ve_Şura
Official Site: http://ayyapim.com/kurt-seyit-ve-sura

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247 comments

  1. Hermosísima serie, la he visto online en seriesturcas.gratis y he quedado fascinada con Kivanc Tatlitug. Me gustaría me informaran si hará una nueva serie próximamente.

  2. I was enthralled by the Seyit and Shura TV serial. It broke my heart when they did not get together. It appeared to me such a senseless waste when Seyit refuses to discuss the issues he has with Shura for her to get a better understanding of what is important to him. The fact that in real life Shura cannot see through the machinations of Petro is unbelievable. Are Petro’s machinations real? He is so evil and successful. Is there a sequel? I am so hooked on it.

    • According to the author of the novel (shura’s granddaughter) there was a Petro who Seyit did kill but that happened early on in the relationship. All of the things he did on the series didn’t really happen. Sura moved to the US and got married, Seyit stayed married. They did stay in touch throughout their lives. Seyit committed suicide after he found out he had I think either TB or lung cancer as he didn’t want to be a burden to his family.

  3. Una gran novela, yo la pude ver completa en español en https://seriesturcas.org Me encantó, Kivanc y Farah geniales!

  4. Somehow on Oct 1, 2017 I stumbled through Netflix for something I was unlikely to watch and somehow I clicked and out of curiosity began watching Kurt Seyit and Sura. Like most all 236 comments was immersed in its beauty and grandeur. As a history buff, and having read Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and the tragic times of Russians during the Revolution, this series, in Turkish with English subtitles, was mesmerizing. THEN, what should I find online but that this story is based on a true story written by Seyit’s own granddaughter!

    So most of the comments and fan’s reviews express my feelings. Reading these 230-odd comments and still watching up to episode 17, I guess one would want to stop watching, knowing the fate of them as a couple, and on another website discovering the spoilers, I am still curious about what leads to an end. Oddly, nothing “spoils” me because of a natural curiosity.

    It was while Seyit was burying his father and hearing his threats about Seyit and “that woman” that in a stinking I began to have a foreboding a twi (this was before I got on the website and found out more) .Turkish and Mid-East tradition dictates that the father’s word is law. It was so deeply rooted in Seyit’s culture that his father, even after death, was his master. A few subsequent scenes later proved that out and to Sura, it was becoming more obvious. Eventually it came to fruition. That young man Kivanc’s emotional acting especially during Seyit’s burying the parents he tried to save greatly affected me. Even knowing the fates of the two lovers, it is his and Sura”s and the maddeningly traitorous Petro’s strong acting that makes him the one you love to hate.

    Needless to say, there must be a calculating woman, cheaply dubbed Baroness Lola, who (at least at this portion of the series, has has no redeeming qualities. All of these ingredients make for a great feast. It is only in a screen version of a true story that such coincidental meetings occur so predictably. I am one-third of the way through, as of this post.

    I also love Celid and especially Tatya, his sweet ballerina fiancee, because of her generosity and hospitality toward a beautiful Turkish girl who had secretly loved him and thought his name was Seyit, was one of my favorite parts. This kind of screenwriting keeps one interested, in fact enthralled.

    • Tara again…I am using a Kindle Fire that often spurts out totally unrelated words. I meant “in a twinkling” not “stinking” but there is no option for correcting words. Sorry…

  5. Based on the television drama, I believe a second season is necessary… too many unanswered questions about whether their love for each other continues despite their different paths? If not another season, then I will watch Season one over and over and …

  6. Based on the television drama, I believe a second season is necessary… too many unanswered questions about whether their love for each other continues despite their different paths? If not another season, then I will watch Season one over and over and …

  7. You Belong To Me You Are Mine

    After reading the comments and knowing the leads didn’t end up together I will not be watching this-.- I’m still depressed over Scarlet Heart Ryeo kdrama,I refuse to watch something with a bad ending-.-

  8. I just thought it was odd how she was basically living at the shop, but when he asked her to move in she says no…a bunch of your stuff is already here! It was frustrating that she kept doubting him, and maybe that is what took on a toll on their relationship, but after finding out, and I believe she found out first, (and then her sister had the audacity to rub in Seyit’s face that her departure was for his safety; she really does irk me) how does she not say anything to him? Was it because they damage had already been done? I feel like they both got to a point where they both just stopped fighting.

    • Shirley Knuckey

      A lot of Turkish dizi will have to be missed then Ivetta. I find it almost ridiculous that it is acceptable that a huge audience has to be manipulated hugely for long drawn stories and in some cases it is ridiculous that the patiently won love and positive future might have a beloved killed in a car crash – or something like that. And of course the old chestnut of warring mafia-style rich families and controlling patriarchs make most of their family’s life a misery. Really? But that must be what the audiences like. One thing I didn’t like in Kurt ve Sura was that on their first ‘love scene’ we see how this child of a girl had her virginity taken by Kurt. In some countries/cultures such a story event wouldn’t happen. I think Iffet had the same opener; handsome sexy guy ‘wants her very badly’ so therefore he ‘takes’ her!! Sheesh! And he carries on being the dizi’s hero to the end. (Mmm – but he did get killed accidentally by her didn’t he? Just desserts, or something.)

      • GERALDINE M. STUART

        You are on point! The series is unlike the book( somewhat pornographic, I returned). The public fell for the actors, not the actual characters. Seyit was an MCP and Sura, a naïve, young girl, Seyit replacing her father. The series is so full of flaws, lust, unlike Dostoevsky; Hollywood would never attempt to film such a story so full of stupidity. The key here is communication, which the characters lacked. A fairytale with an unlikey ending. Seyit settled for catfish, after enjoying caviar. This series is an insult to women, following the Womens Suffragette Movement , which began iin 1848. I am a history buff, and enjoy the Russian and Turkish development, but, please, if this is based on a true story, what happened? Only my personal opinion. M.

  9. I think she might have been jealous of her sister; maybe she was more reserved, and didn’t want to openly express how she felt about Constantin, but I think she loved him. I think she was jealous of Sura in the sense that she was more open about how she felt about Seyit, she didn’t hold back. How many people jump out of a moving train to go be with the person they love in the middle of all that chaos?

    • Shirley Knuckey

      I am loving reading all these interesting perspectives on the Kurt ve Sura series, and the granddaughters writing of it for us. I admire that some of you have re-watched it. I realise that I couldn’t do that because as I enjoyed it first I found myself for the only time in my viewing life, really really cringing and hating that whats-his-name Petro (with the suave moustache?)who was in EVERY shot and circumstances, event and gathering – EVERY time. Creepy, stalky, and awful as a character, who we had learnt near the beginning was a coward and a chancer. The directoral team; why, why does he clutter every bit of every action…. creeping around like a cockroach?

  10. Why should Hollywood remake this serie ?! İt is beautiful in this way, portraying Turkish culture with Turkish values and traditions. And it is based on a real story ! Stop remaking good films in ‘hollywood’ ways because it just destroys the beauty of the series/movies. İ’m sure everyone here are more satisfied this way because as I said earlier this is not a science-fic/drama/action film that you can refilm, it reflects our history,our culture! You are free to do whatever you like with your own history but please stay away from ours!

  11. Late answering: It does make sense in terms of what I observed in the classroom, but I also think it’s disgraceful. Romantic love had no part in the marriages I saw. Romance and even love one women, but marry another.

  12. Hi! I downloaded the App on my phone and I’m not sure how to get this? How do I pay. Sorry, I’m a bit embarrassed as I can’t figure it out!

  13. With all due respect, I disagree. I think the ending, even though it is based on a true story, is beautifully sad and heartbreaking, like love itself and in their love story. Of course, I wanted them to live happily ever after!! It’s just not reality and will remain the most beautiful love story I can think of ever seeing. I can’t wait to order the books. Thank you Ms. Nermin. Thank you.

  14. Hope you watched the selfie scene. After that peel out!

  15. This is in support of Nermin, should she check in again. I am currently reading the book, which you can find at http://www.kobo.com. In real life Murvet, you know, seems like a really nice lady. There is something to admire in a woman who freely acknowledges the love her husband had for another woman and passed that on to their granddaughter. Nothing but respect for her. In the series? As far as I’m concerned I hope she was miserable cause she stood in-between Seyit and Sura. All that aside, I think what myself, my family and others (Cause we are all hooked) really struggled with is there did seem to be a abruptness in the change of direction of the series. The Murvet/Seyit storyline felt really fast, It did feel like they were not honoring the love story people we’re so in love with, like literally in love with.

    The book thus far does make it more clear as to why things went down the way they did. The series seemed like it skipped some steps and with no clear answer as to why, Seyit character really took the blame. That wedding scene, where she tried to stop it and he went through with it! Grrrrrrr.

    When it ended we had to mourn this great love between two soul mates. Also, we literally sat there for at least two hours trying to figure out how in the hell did this happen?! Pride? Regret? The Father? There could have been more clarity as to why. NO BODY likes the ending, mostly because we never saw Sura happy and it seemed like Seyit grew to be content in his life, perhaps never at peace but content. Seyit was supposed to be miserable/alcoholic without Sura for the rest of his life. Again, this is just referring to the series.

    I recommended reading the book, they ALWAYS loved each other right to the end. You realize though, they had a lot they were up against, especially at that time with war and religious difference. People say cultural difference but in reality it was an Old-school Turkish Muslim background and a Russian Christian Aristocratic family. Through personal mistakes and outside influences, at some point the damage is done. The ending in the book should have influenced more of the ending in the series and a lot more people would have been like ‘okay, I get it.’

    • Your comments about series and the book are spot on. I must admit I loved both. I probably loved the series because the acting was so good I came to love the actors. It’s quite a fascinating story about exotic worlds, and story is what engrosses us. Then when I read the book last December I found I loved it, too, in a very different way, as it was an engrossing story.

  16. Linda Dingess-Cowdrey

    Why did the ratings drop in Turkey. For me the whole Petro saga going unnoticed for so long was annoying and should have ended sooner than it did. I read Turkish audiences were disappointed in the female who played Sura, Do you think this why the low ratings? I thought she did very well in her performance although early on not as attractive as in the Istanbul segments. I really liked the female who played Tatya and thought she would have been excellent as Sura.

  17. Linda Dingess-Cowdrey

    I love this series. Dr. Zhivago is one of my all time favorite movies and I like Kurt Seyit and Sura better, mainly because Kivanc Tatlitug and Fara Abdullah are great actors, especially Kivanc. The passion he brings to Seyit is unlike anyone I’ve seen in movies or TV. He is truly an amazing actor. All the main actors were excellent. Don’t stop watching, there’s so much more to the story. I felt like the writers took way too long for Petro’s scheming and treachery to be exposed (possibly why ratings dropped) but overall so glad I watched the entire series. I’m on my 3rd viewing and some of my anger for Seyit is gone and directed toward Sura. Sura sided with Petro when she should have supported Seyit. Both are to blame for the failure of this relationship. Watching the series again has helped me get over all the heart felt sadness of the ending.

  18. Dear Nermin. First congratulations on your book and thank you for sharing your families history. I read book in 2 1/2 days . I literally went to work and read i did not do anything else. I also read on my lunch, that is how addicting book was lol 🙂 i loved the book, 1st chapter already got you engaged so much that i did not want to put it down. At the end, i realized that i would never be 100% satisfied just because Kurt and Shura did not end up together. I love that book is based on true story and that is so special to me. I wish i had magic stick and would interview Kurt and Shura and tell them what is wrong with you two. After all you went through you will give up on each other…. thank you once again, and i cant wait to read other books 🙂

  19. Hello Flavia, sorry for the late reply. After i finished book i realized that they had many ups and downs and probably that is why they did not end up together. But also they been through so much and i would think that love that they had for each other no one or anything could destroy. But unfortunately its life and i was wrong. No reader will be satisfied at the end simply because they did not end up together.

  20. Nermin Bezmen,
    I have been absolutely captivated by this story. First, I would like to say thank you so much for sharing this deeply personal and emotional story. I too, like everyone else, wanted so deeply for their love to bring them together in the end. However, upon finding out after I watched, learning this was a true story it really hit me. Although Sura didn’t have her fairy tale ending with Seyit, it sounds as if your Grandmother for some years did have the fairy tale.

    You have given us such a treasure by peeking into the lives of your Grandparents. Your Grandmother is a truly a remarkable woman. She knew the love he had for Sura but was able to find a bonding love with your Grandfather. Lives that experience so much tragedy is nearly impossible for our generations to understand. You put our hearts and minds back in time and into a Culture that I am not very familiar with. Connecting with Tina is amazing. I can’t imagine what that must have been like for either of you. The emotion of what that must have been like is just beyond what I can imagine. Your Grandfathers honor to Murvet and your Great Grandfathers expectations is truly inspiring. Thank you for sharing this with us. Although it is heartbreaking in so many ways, there are many lessons and blessings as well. I look forward to reading your series in English.

    I am so very sorry for the loss of your Grandparents and especially in the manner of your Grandfather’s passing. Rejoice in the fabulous memories that you have of them and again, thank you for sharing their memories with all of us.

  21. If the Netflix Turkish version reaches a threshold level of popularity then Hollywood will do their own version according to their conventions and their projected audience sensibilities. Instead of a bleach blonde Sura they will have Scarlet Johanssen (I admit at first I thought it was her in the Turkish series) Probably they will have other actors with name recognition for their global audience. They will change the story to suit their audience. I liked the Turkish series partly because it was not Hollywood. I also liked, for example, the original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Wallander series but https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/42f169afa80d30c1dd805faf6be9a59a5f90d14a1bd72d5f323dad21ab3bfdad.jpg Hollywood grabbed them too.

  22. Anyone know if there is Chapter 45 and 46?

  23. Hi Gorana… Any clue about the reasons they Split up? Thanks! Like many people here, I´ve got frustate about the end…But as it is real life, we must accpet…And think about our own life…

  24. Beautiful and hunting despite what we’d all have hoped for as an ending. I watched all episodes in 1 week time and felt I am in the world of a Russian classic novel which is remarkable. I would like to share my thoughts about Seyt’s love and what we most seem to forget due to the powerful impression of their love story. It is always the psychology of an individual that leads to his choices and not only emotions… so here are my conclusions… 🙂

    – Seyt was aware of his charms and extremely proud by nature, was a common personality trait for Turkish men especially during those days of history, it was the one personality trait that made the difference in the menly dominated society “pride”, ” honor” etc
    – brave solder with victories and a strong sense of “DUTY” which was fueling his soldier ambitions and victories but also hunted his conscience after his father’s death (he could never actually forget what was expected of him in terms of marriage and Sura always feared but failed to really look into the depths of that until he married Murvet and tried to hold that against him as if he chose his father over her in the end – not so well developed in the movie but there were many clues of that…)
    – Love and Ego – did he love Sura? Yes! But also only until he found a girl who best mirrored traditions, which caught his eye and which he felt isn’t challenging his ego as much; I do not believe that only the tensions with Sura and whatever he saw pushed him towards the choice of marrying another woman and certainly not Murvet, though it is what we all prefer believing

    – he could never really forget about Sura perhaps mostly also due to his ego (he liked the idea that Sura belonged to him) but also due to the guilt he felt towards the chaos he created in her life and his revealed cowardice
    – Was EGO stronger than Love – well, depends how we look at it! Love is the choices we make in a sense but also what we longing for! looking at the facts, he never married Sura though he could have from the moment they made it to Istanbul as a sign of respect for her jumping from the train and leaving her family behind, to protect her against bad rumors against her honor, because he loved her and truly only saw her as the woman for him, etc)
    – I believe that his sense of duty, cowardice and also ego in a way prevailed over his love and certainly over his essential choices
    – The real Seyt – perhaps a bit over rated in our eyes due to the beauty of the way the story is narrated
    – Was Seyt much different from other men in those times? Perhaps Sura’s love made us perceive him like that and his bravery + occasionally “sweet talk”
    – Did he encouraged the attention of any other women which led to such complications despite his feelings for Sura, yes…! I believe more in the real life story….

    – Did he love Murvet – definitely attracted to her, definitely he loved her shyness more and obedience more as men like that seem to find such things as a proof of virtuosity

    – Did the fact that Sura allowed him to have her without marriage mattered in the depths of his unrevealed thoughts? I believe so…

    – Was Murvet the love of his life? no need for her to be that in order to for her to have more of him than the love he felt could guarantee any for any other woman

    Sura – beautiful, amazing, loving and loyal failed in a way to admit the cultural differences and that made her be less cautious in actions, too outgoing in her love and words for a proud man like Seyt

    Murvet – with all the respect, nobody would expect her to say no the possibility in that social context and she accepted the compromise with a sense of empathy which is beautiful; though we don’t really know what Murvet later thought of his love for Sura after actually living with him till his death, I’d be really curious…
    🙂

  25. ****** spoiler*********
    I am so glad I am not the only one who felt in love with this story. Unffortunatelly, I couldn’t watch all … I got ansious and read the synopsis of last episode at netflix and realized that was no happy end for The couple. I felt so sad about the end that talk with my husband (who couldn’t understand me) and started to searxh on Google. Better it is a true story. Life is like that… After the end we ask why we choose that or that. This series/book can make us look better to all love we have in life, in real. And think about how life can make us to take different choices…
    But I still sad because their love wasn’t the champion… They should have their reasons…
    Wish to read the book in portuguese!
    I am from Brazil and addicted in movies and love stories… Netflix is ?? to let the world know about this story and discover the book and the true story.
    Thanks to Nermin to share with us the Beautiful story about her family…
    Maybe they didnt stay together because of the prejudice of that time?!

  26. I felt the same way…Wish to understand the real reason they didn´t stay together…Doesn~t seems that it was lack of love…

  27. ****** spoiler*********
    I am so glad I am not the only one who felt in love with this story. Unffortunatelly, I couldn’t watch all … I got ansious and read the synopsis of last episode at netflix and realized that was no happy end for The couple. I felt so sad about the end that talk with my husband (who couldn’t understand me) and started to searxh on Google. Better it is a true story. Life is like that… After the end we ask why we choose that or that. This series/book can make us look better to all love we have in life, in real. And think about how life can make us to take different choices…
    But I still sad because their love wasn’t the champion… They should have their reasons…
    Wish to read the book in portuguese!
    I am from Brazil and addicted in movies and love stories… Netflix is ?? to let the world know about this story and discover the book and the true story.
    Thanks to Nermin for to write this beautiful story.

  28. Dear Nermin Bezmen

    I would first like to congratulate you on the wonderful book. The series transmitted by Netflix is ​​already a success. I’m a fan in love with Seyit and Shura.
    I could not understand clearly the separation of Seyit and Shura in the book and in the serious / novel is not clear.
    And in the interview you refer to Shura as a lover, why do you say that if Murva was who entered into their lives?
    Do you know the history of two sides points of view, can you tell if Seyit died for love and for the lack of love of Shura?
    Did he commit suicide?

  29. Thank you Nermin for responding so kindly. I sure hope I did not offend anyone with my remarks or replies. I have been in Turkey, and am actually Dutch, but live now in the US. But we have a lot of Turkish people in Holland as well, so I am a little familiar but not enough.

    Either way, I so look forward reading the novels and hope you can find a publisher soon. I wonder if you feel they did your books a service since Petro never followed Sura and that whole part of the story was not true. So yes I am anxious to read the whole series.

    Thank you again for your talent and for giving us readers an opportunity to learn about the culture and the times it played out their lives. Blessings to you!! Yvonne

  30. thank you Nermin I so appreciate you giving all this info and the other websites for the interviews. Looking forward reading the books and hearing the interview. Blessings

  31. Dear Ms. Bexmen,
    Thank you so much for posting this interview. Like you, I have always been an avid reader, thanks to my seventh grade reading teacher. I always loved reading historical romances and was fascinated society life, along with its constraints. Kurt Seyit ve Sura was perfect for me! I laughed at the humor, cried with the characters during their pain and disappointments. It did not bother me at all to have to read the subtitles. I am in the mist of watching it again, even though I know the ending. The first time I was so angry at Seyit, but watching it a second time, I see things a bit more from his perspective. I cannot wait for the book to get published in English, as the book always provides more depth and insight. This story has really stayed with me. I don’t believe I have ever read a love story where the main characters did not end up together, which made the story more realistic. I was devastated at first, because I felt as if we did not get closer in respect to Sura. I wanted to know what happened in her life after Seyit. I wanted to make sure she gained some happiness, without the love of her life.

  32. I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE A LOVELY İNTERVİEW ABOUT KURT SEYT & SHURA AND MY SELF WITH ONE OF MY FANS EDITOR TARA CLAPPER, WHICH SHE SHARED ON HER SPECIAL PAGE.

    March 21 at 6:15am ·

    Love, Longing, and Ancestry: Interview with ‘Kurt Seyit ve Şura’ Author Nermin Bezmen http://bit.ly/2mngk1Q

  33. Dear Paula, I wrote four sequenced novels of this saga so far and now I am finishing it up with Shura’s America life till she died. So, if I camn find the right American publisher you will be able to read all of them, hopefully. So far there is only one on kobo.com as an e-book ; Kurt Seyt & Shura. Best wishes.

  34. Dear Zuriga, yes, indeed, my grandpa committed suicide in 1945 after a very painful struggle with tuberculosis and he just could not take it anymore… living as a needy men was not the kind of life for him…

  35. kobo.com has the e-book version in English. There are some typos that I don’t like but alas!… Enjoy it…

  36. Thank you for a very well put and condensed review.

  37. It is sad that you accept real life as “stupid” and “cruel” which is actually the case most of the time and we have to learn how to face and endure it.

  38. Lİfe it self can be more horrible than one can imagine and it also has more fiction it it than any mind can create.

  39. Dear Tina, Shura works as a model in Prince Felix Yusupov’s fashion house in Paris, got married to another White Russian, got divorced, moved to America, work in NY as a model again and got married to an American gentleman and had a daughter. She had quite a few more tragedies in her life, so much ups and down and tidal waves but she was still the same sweet, determined, passionate, darling Shura. These are all in my other novels….

  40. Dear Gorana I hope you will enjoy reading your version. et me know later, please. Thank you.

  41. Dear Yvonne, thank you for your realistic yet very sentimental review. My first novel is on kobo.com as an e-book. Now I am working on getting a publisher here in The States for all of my novels (seventeen bestsellers so far) and especially Kurt Seyt sagas which consists of five novels as sequels. Yes, I do know what happened to Shura after she left Istanbul and the last book of mine was about her two years in Paris between 1924-1926. Now the last one on my desk is about her life in America till she died.

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