Maybe it's because I have such a passion for this period in history, but I loved this book. It was a unique look into the holocaust era, an angle I hadn't seen before. I love to see not only the historically acurate information, but the heart rending emotional connections of the people behind the facts. I think Robert did a good job with that. I'd recommend it easily. Especially for those who are haunted and yet drawn to one of the most horrific times in our history.
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But truth is hard to come by in the fall of 1943, when Copenhagen is placed under Martial Law and Denmark’s Jews—including Hanne—suddenly face deportation to the Nazi prison camp at Terezin, Czechoslovakia. Days darken and danger mounts. Steffen’s faith deepens as he takes greater risks to protect Hanne. But are either of them willing to pay the ultimate price for their love?
To read the first chapter of Wildflowers of Terezin, go HERE.
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