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Something About Me and My Book:
In the process of writing "Voice of Conscience" there were many times of intense emotions evoking creative expression, the need to know, the need to feel, the need to express. My hope is that my book will be considered among the great books of classic literature. I realize my book will not appeal to everyone, but those of independent mind who enjoy truly classic writing. My book explores every side of the human condition, anger, revenge, eroticism, self-pity, pain, sadness, but most of all delving into one's conscience and listening to the voices heard.

Voice of Conscience reviewed by GA Bixler

Voice of Conscience - A Thought Provoking Novel
GA Bixler - IP Book Reviews

When cultural imperatives and internal moral feelings collide, such as those in Voice of Conscience by Behcet Kaya, the turmoil produces a disturbing yet wonderfully open and thought-provoking novel.

Kaya has presented us with a must-read first novel, a tale discussing culural imperatives that must be explored by all of us as we face today's world. This is a memorable read!

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Voice of Conscience reviewed by Ellen Feld for Feathered Quill

There is much to recommend Voice of Conscience. Kaya has an easy writing style that quickly draws the reader into the rich world of Muslim culture. The first section of the book, before the murders, is replete with descriptive events of the villagers, including customs revolving around daily life, dealing with adversaries, as well as preparations for a wedding. The author carefully outlines the codes each member of a family must uphold through both good and bad times. More importantly, he never… Continue

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 8:20am

Voice of Conscience reviewed by Nancy Eaton for

The author does an excellent job with his descriptive writing. He not only describes his characters in great detail but also creates a picture for the reader about everything from what the family is eating to what traditions they might be following at that very moment. Behcet Kaya has created a protagonist that is so filled with feelings of revenge that life could not be normal even though he had everything one could want. I have read many books but have never experienced the great detailed… Continue

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 8:18am

Voice of Conscience reviewed Martha Jette

Revenge consumes the Soul in Voice of Conscience, July 14, 2008

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Thoughts of revenge can infest the brain, tear open the heart and consume the soul. Such is the case for 45-year-old Ramzi Ozcomert in Behcet Kaya's book "Voice of Conscience." Vivid memories and horrid dreams constantly took him back to a night of terror when he was just 14. His father, mother and soon-to-be-wed sister were so full of life one minute and then suddenly and… Continue

Posted on July 15, 2008 at 8:16am

Voice of Conscience reviewed by Bonnie Neely /

Excellent Read, Insights to Turkey, March 5, 2008

By Bonnie Neely

Voice of Conscience by Behcet Kaya is a novel which begins with the main character in Turkey, narrowly escaping being murdered along with the rest of his family just before his sister's wedding. The intrigue and plotting of revenge follow this young man as he grows up, falls in love with and American woman, moves to California, and becomes a very successful business man. The book gives beautiful descriptions of… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2008 at 10:15am

Voice of Conscience reviewed by Richard Blake

The Cycle, Sacrifice, and Cost of Revenge, January 8, 2008

By Richard R. Blake (San Leandro, CA)

Behcet Kaya in his first novel, "Voice of Conscience" writes from of a culture foreign to the understanding of most Western thinking. He writes of a culture steeped in traditions carried over from generations past, a culture where family pride demands revenge once insulted.

The story begins with a young boy, Ramzi Ozcomert Junior, who had to flee his home in a small… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2008 at 10:14am

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