This book is about the first 100 days since the beginning of the insidious attack of fascist Russia on Ukraine. But this book is not about war and battles. It is about people. About our feelings and emotions, experiences, fears, pain, hope and love. I started writing this book when I couldn't sleep all night because of the loud roar of our air defense system and explosions nearby, listening to see if the bombing was coming, or if I had to run to the shelter to save my wife and son. That night I realized that as a writer I had to become a voice for those whose stories needed to be told to people around the world. I wrote about what I saw and felt. About what my relatives and friends shared with me. It became a chronicle, a diary, a confession. I wrote our stories so that the whole world would know and understand what we had to go through. In order for the whole world to live this war with us - in houses shaking from explosions, in cold basements, parking lots, bomb shelters, subway stations and the ruins of burning cities. In order for the whole world to look into our hearts through the torn wounds that this cruel war left in them forever.