- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 5 hours and 22 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Uvi Poznansky
- Audible.com Release Date: December 8, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N2QZBY9
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Dancing with Air: Still Life with Memories, Book 4 Audible – Unabridged
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"I ached for Natasha from the moment she entered my life," Lenny reminisces. "We looked forward to growing old together." Alas, after decades of a loving relationship starting with the terror, secret missions, and intelligence operations of World War II, Lenny now finds himself the broken-hearted caretaker of Natasha, once a gifted concert pianist who entertained the troops, and is now suffering from Alzheimer's. Flashbacks to the war, when Lenny was serving in the UK before the Normandy invasion, are full of vivid detail, but what is most heart-wrenching is seeing Lenny now struggle daily with the ravages of Natasha's disease. Author Uvi Poznansky's writing is deeply poetic and spellbinding; every page runs the gamut of emotion.
"Dancing with Air" is the fourth volume of a family saga series titled "Still Life with Memories," but it reads beautifully alone, and is unforgettable. Five stars!!
Lenny is now in a predicament. His assignment is to seed love letters to a girlfriend with hints that General Patton and an invasion force plan to invade Europe at the closest point between England and Europe, Pas de Calais in NW France. Natasha gets to spend some time with Lenny which places him in a predicament. He must write the misleading love stories to a girl he knows in the states, maintain an apparent sincerity while avoiding Natasha's scrutiny.
Lenny convinces his commander that he should have the freedom to travel through the area he's assigned to write about. He's given permission and brings Natasha along riding in the sidecar of his Harley-Davidson. During his travel to the Straights of Dover he discovers elements of truth to enhance the realism in his letters to the girl in the states. He learns more details about the diversionary plan.
When Lenny takes some time to investigate an ammunition storage area for the Allies his trip is cut short.
The ammunition storage area or depot explodes almost costing Lenny his life.
It takes a long time for Lenny to come around from an apparent coma. Afraid that Natasha may have discovered his letters while incapacitated, he soon learns of Natasha's deep love for him.
This is a heart warming story, a continuation of a thought provoking family saga while observing Natasha's mental decline in her later years.
Uvi Poznansky is a gifted writer who has painted warm yet realistic saga. I strongly recommend it.
Dancing with Air (Still Life with Memories Book 4)
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Dancing With Air is a delightful tale of young love struggling to exist in the throes of World War II.