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At the end of the book the author had an acknowledgement section. As I read that, I felt that I understood why the book so missed the mark, in comparison to the first book in the series. I am sad that she did not choose to set the book aside and give herself the time to recover emotionally from her fathers dying and death. Perhaps then at some later point re-read her work and perhaps reflect on whether or not changes should have been made. I make that observation given that I went through a similar experience with both my mother and my father. At the time and even later, I recognized that I was not functioning very well and frankly it took some time for me to just recover.
The glimpses into World War II spanned beyond just the Holocaust. Kaja begins her time in London and much about what happened to that country was included. Seen through the eyes of this character who lived it, the historical portion of this book read beyond a simple history lesson. And, as with Butterfly, Cambron links both stories seamlessly, working them toward one another. The courage of all the women involved makes you beg for them to find a happy ending--and they do. You'll just have to read it to see what those are:)
As explained above in the description of the book, two young women are thrust into situations where neither woman can envision resolutions to their respective predicaments. Each character has incredible strength, is well defined and very likeable. The settings for each locale are remarkably depicted and as contrasting as conceivable.
Heartbreaking and agonizing at times, my emotions ran the gamut between moments of happier times and the gruesome realities of the Holocaust. I'm very impressed once again! Ms. Cambron is an author that I will continue to follow. By all means, pick up copies of her books. You'll be swept away to a different time and place, and find yourself wondering why you've not read these books sooner!
Kristy Cambron has penned a magnificent story that crosses oceans as well as generations; shadowing the lives of two women, whose heartaches serve to make them and those that they love much stronger. The first young woman is Kaja Makovsky, born to a Jewish doctor, who has to flee Nazi-occupied Poland and quietly assume a new life in England. Naturally, a portion of her heart remains in Poland with her parents, whom she fears are in grave danger. When war follows Kaja to England and she inadvertently learns of mass exterminations by the Nazis, she begs a young man, Liam Marshall to aid in her clandestine return to Poland.
Sera James Hanover faces great uncertainty, even on her wedding day. When her husband is arrested shortly after their vows, she is heart broken, but determined to aid in his defense. Family secrets plague the Hanover family and Sera travels all the way to England in an attempt to understand the widening rift. What she discovers and how she handles it will most certainly change a family's future forever. Ironically, the person who so gently lends answers is one of God's "sparrows" from Terezin.
What a beautifully written story that will be a treasure to read for many years to come; may we never forget!