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Until We Find Home Paperback – January 9, 2018
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"Based on the author's own interviews with Holocaust survivors and the gentiles who risked their own lives to rescue them, Christy Award winner Gohlke's (Secrets She Kept) powerful historical novel features a suspenseful and heart-wrenching plot and unforgettable characters."
Until We Find Home is a lushly penned novel about a courageous young woman whose definition of love―and trust― is challenged in every way. Not to be missed! (Tamera Alexander, USA Today bestselling author of To Whisper Her Name)
A powerful story about the complexities of love and grace. A compelling, redemptive journey. (Melanie Dobson, award-winning author of Catching the Wind)
Until We Find Home is a deeply moving war story that uniquely portrays Jewish children finding refuge in England. Readers will be rooting for the unlikely family forged through the hardships of war. (Jody Hedlund, Christy Award winning author)
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"You must go with them, mademoiselle . . . . They cannot go without an escort . . . . .There is no one else and there will be no more trips."
American Claire Stewart finds herself in an impossible situation, instead of simply accompanying five Jewish children to the French coast and putting them into the capable hands of a responsible escort into England, she has been forced to make the trip herself when the contact doesn't show. Once on English soil, she digs deep within her family history to recollect an estranged aunt who might possibly provide her troupe with temporary lodging. After that? She determines to return to France where her future with a most beloved man is sure to satisfy.
Lady Miranda Langford is summarily shocked when her niece, whom she has never met, arrives on the doorstep of her Lake District estate with five weary, wet, bedraggled French children. What to do? The war has forced thousands of young refugees out of Nazi infested regions and she certainly has the means to help, but is her heart ready to be around children again?
It was a bit challenging at times to discern whose story took precedence in this book, the author wove bits and pieces of many lives into her tapestry, capitalizing on various popular figures that influenced the tide of public opinion in this time period, one of which was the famed C. S. Lewis, who expertly exposed Claire's fallacious fears, so that she could discover the One who could gift her with the miracle of unconditional love.
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I loved the depth to the book. I also loved getting to know what it may have been like for refugee children in WWII.Read more