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  • Historical Fiction WW I

    Amy Fletcher lives with her parents and brother Bertie in Sussex. Amy’s a typist, she works in an accountant’s office and secretly she supports the Suffragette movement. She meets Edmond Derwent, he’s studying at Cambridge University, he comes from a well to do family and his mother doesn’t think Amy is good enough for her son. They fall in love, when World War One begins, Edmond signs up to be an officer and is sent to Flanders. The young couples wedding plans are put on hold, Amy wants to help the war effort and trains to be a nurse or as they were called a VAD. She’s sent to France, here she witnesses firsthand the terrible wounds and devastation the war causes and she constantly worries about Edmond and her brother Bertie's safety. The couple keep in contact by writing letters to each other, they secretly marry and try to see each other when they can. When Edmond's critically wounded, Amy rushes to be by his side and he’s very lucky to survive. Edmond needs further surgery on his damaged lungs, the couple are separated and Amy returns home to England. Until We Meet Again is an emotional story, about a young couple in love and devoted to each other. The war's raging around them, they endure the terrible conditions, despite all the challenges, they continue on, so one day they can be together and live in peace. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, I hope to read other books by Rosemary Goodacre and three stars from me.

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  • Beautiful and emotional story

    In the last couple of years I have found a love for Historical novels and I have been opening myself to read WWI and WWII novels since I know there are a lot of amazing books and authors out there that write about that time period. So far I have enjoyed the stories I have read. “Until We Meet Again” is one of those. There are story that as soon as I finish them I know I will reread them again in the future. Some because I know a lot have escape my attention (in case of crime and mystery novels) and others is because of how exciting the storytelling was. In this case, it’s because I was an emotional chaos when I read it the first time and I have no idea how tho review it despite the fact that I have taken days to let everything settle down on my mind and heart. If you read the blurb you can already have an idea why I was emotional, but the truth, even I wasn’t prepared for every page and every moment in this story. And since I haven’t read many historical novels that happen during the Great War, and I don’t consider myself an history fanatic/nerd/expert, it was a different experience for me than for some people, I’m sure. Nevertheless, that just made me want to research more about that era. About the characters, I loved Amy. Despite the fact that I haven’t been through a similar situation as she has, I could still feel for her, have empathy. Every moment, everything she has to do to save people and survive. And Edmond… Their relationship… It all made me so focus, I couldn’t let go of the story until I knew what would happen to them and if they would reconnect. For me, that emotional rollercoaster as well as the intensity I felt and the curiosity that kept me focus in the story, was thanks to the authors wonderful storytelling abilities. I could visualize what she was describing and all the powerful scenes just made me get transported to that time and location. Overall, I really do need to reread the story because it was such an amazing book with a beautiful and emotional message of love, as well as the strength of the men and women that fought for freedom and to save the life of the innocent. That been said, of course I loved it and of course I want to reexperience it again, and see it with different eyes and not blind by emotion. And I do recommend it to everyone that like this genre of books.

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