I thoroughly enjoyed this short but informative narrative about a most turbulent period of very recent history. Eve-Ann Prentice lived in Yugoslavia (both Serbia proper and also Kosovo and Metohija) during the three month blitz. An obviously brave and determined journalist Prentice travelled the length and breadth of the country during the height of NATO's bombing campaign. During her travels ordinary people, both Serb and Albanian, were met and interviewed with regard to their views of the war. What is starkly revealed in this most though provoking book is an unheard of side to the crisis in Yugoslavia. A human side from all perspectives that should be compulsory reading for anyone who has an interest in Balkan history and the 'New World Order.' Balanced in viewpoint, it asks very searching questions as to the whole reason for the bombings and the price that has been paid by ordinary people (both Serb and Albanian) for the West's determination for a quick fix solution. An easy to read, from the heart account of the situation on the ground in heartbreaking detail.