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  • Profound Story

    Although this is a work of fiction, I found it moving. The author has given us a look at a time in history most people want to forget. We must not forget the Jewish people or the people who helped them during the second world war.

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  • Never Forget

    Pam Jenoff gives us a story that although fictional is based on actual happening, during the period of terror in Europe, know as WWII. In this page turner read the Gault family is running for their lives, and their crime? Being Jewish! What a horrible time, a blight on history, and through the eyes of this young eighteen year old we are experiencing what life was like back then. Can you imagine living in a sewer? The smell, and then not being able to bathe and get this slime off of you, and to do this for months and months. Then finding food? Thank goodness for some good samaritans, but, the evil catches up with them too, how do they survive? This is an eye opener, and a story that needs to be told, and not forgotten. Love the epilogue! I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Harlequin, and was not required to give a positive review.

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  • Endurance, survival & love

    A riveting tale. Stories of the ability of people overcoming truly horrendous conditions never ceases to amaze me. I was easily pulled into Ella & Sadies story.

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  • Excellent Read!!

    Pam Jenoff is one of my favourite authors and of course had to have this one too! I loved reading about the bravery of the Jewish people during the war and what they did to survive. What these 2 families had to do will surprise you. They survived by living in the sewer in Poland in relative safety. As with all of Pam’s books, I highly recommend reading this novel if you like a good story of survival.

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  • This book is so hard to put down.

    Brilliant!! This is a story that will break your heart, but also keep it pumping. Set in the second world war in Poland.The terrible and tragic story of survival, loss and courage. I would recommend this to everyone. It makes one realize how blessed we truly are. Thank you

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