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Any Way Out (eBook)



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By Ann Vitorovich

ISBN: 9780812750126 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2010

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They had dreamed of this moment for years, and on that snowy day in January their dream finally began coming true. Identical twin brothers Voja and Cveja Vitorović would escape from Communist Yugoslavia—Voja defecting from a tour group in Rome, and Cveja taking his chances at the heavily guarded border.

But would Cveja survive his encounters with the border and rejoin his brother? What would happen to Voja after an unnamed individual made the very serious accusation that he had betrayed not only his church but Italy as well? Would their faith be strong enough to weather the ordeal?

This is a true story of relying on God through every difficulty and believing that His will would be accomplished no matter what happened. God had a plan for those twin boys of His, and He worked mightily behind the scenes to overcome all their obstacles.

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They had dreamed of this moment for years, and on that snowy day in January their dream finally began coming true. Identical twin brothers Voja and Cveja Vitorović would escape from Communist Yugoslavia—Voja defecting from a tour group in Rome, and Cveja taking his chances at the heavily guarded border.

But would Cveja survive his encounters with the border and rejoin his brother? What would happen to Voja after an unnamed individual made the very serious accusation that he had betrayed not only his church but Italy as well? Would their faith be strong enough to weather the ordeal?

This is a true story of relying on God through every difficulty and believing that His will would be accomplished no matter what happened. God had a plan for those twin boys of His, and He worked mightily behind the scenes to overcome all their obstacles.

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Ann Vitorovich


Born and raised in New York City by Croatian parents, Ann Vitorovich has published several articles in magazines such as Insight, Adventist Review, and Signs of the Times. Ann attended Columbia Union College and has worked as both a legal and executive secretary. Ann and her husband, Voya, live in Arizona and have one son, George, a professional artist. Ann speaks and writes Serbian. She also enjoys reading books by Russian writers, walking, and trying new foods.