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Remembering You Paperback – November 1, 2011
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Prolific novelist and nonfiction author Goyer pens a contemporary story rooted in World War II...This novel has a sweet way of describing family relationships and will particularly speak to those closely connected to WWII veterans, who are taking their stories with them to the grave. (Nov.) -Publisher's Weekly
"A wonderfully told tale about the need we all have for peace over the parts of our past we wish we could change--and the amazing truth that often what we wish we could change, God has already redeemed for good." --Susan Meissner, award-winning author of A Sound Among the Trees and Lady in Waiting
"Goyer's love of history and the people who lived it shines through this tale of two people who lost the romance of their youth but might have a second chance as they escort their grandfathers across Europe to a ceremony honoring the liberators of a German concentration camp." --Lauraine Snelling, best-selling author
"History lovers will appreciate Tricia Goyer's research and detail, and story lovers will delight in four fascinating characters with clashing goals. I highly recommend this novel." --Sarah Sundin, author of A Distant Melody, A Memory Between Us, and Blue Skies Tomorrow
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Having a family history of 4 brothers in the service, and 6 brother-in-laws and a sister-in-law in military. Losing one on the approach to Italy. Sometimes fiction is a way to get the next generation interested in history.
I do not usually like World War II books but found this book which is based on historical facts to be sensitive and emotional. The characters are well developed. The devotion of the adult grandchildren to their elderly grandfathers was wonderful. Sometimes we learn things we regret about the past were not what they seemed.
I received this book from the author and highly recommend it to others.
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