On 6th March 1936, somewhere in Budapest a baby girl was born to Laszlo and Lily Wohl. My mother explained that she was a child diagnosed by doctors as having an unusually large heart which her body then grew to accommodate. This is the story of author AgnesKabdebo-Gedeon and her life, which has been enriched by her daughters,Lily and Andrea. Bye Bye Budapest covers a period of fifty five years spent in three different counties; Hungary, Guyana (South America) and Great Britain. Agnes was born in Budapest and spent her first twenty years there; the first ten under German/Nazi occupation, the second under Soviet teror. She escaped in 1956 because she wanted to become an architect. Her dream was fulfilled by this country, where she qualified, worked and raised a family. In the book she recounts living through periods of war, her three marriages and her family. The story is interspersed by her own poetry and pictures documenting her life. It will appeal to fans of history and biographies and those who have seen similar times.