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  • Love in the time of war

    The Light From the Dark Side of the Moon is my new favorite Norman G. Gautreau novel. It is one of those books that seem to end all too quickly. Reading this novel is pure pleasure due to the simple beauty of the prose. This is about Henry Budge, a 92-year-old WWII veteran who was a paratrooper in France in 1944. The story moves from present-day Boston to France during the war. Henry leaves an American rehabilitation hospital to travel to D-Day ceremonies, 70 years after he was last there. He wants to honour the memory of Élodie, a French resistance fighter he has loved most of his life. Henry's memories inform the reader about what happened during the war: the two lovers fought against the German onslaught and saved many Jewish children from the Holocaust by bringing them to safety on foot across the French countryside. After all this time, Élodie has remained in Henry's heart. This is a beautiful story about two people finding love during some of the most horrible circumstances ever. Highly recommended. Thank you to Blank Slate Press and NetGalley for the e-ARC in exchange for an honest review

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