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Where Butterflies Go Kindle Edition
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"Beautifully poignant and moving, this book is truly a gem, one which will stand out in my mind for a very long time." - Goodreads reviewer
"I cried and I laughed while I was reading this book. I have read a ton of Historical Fiction, but this is one of the best written and one of my one favorites." - Goodreads reviewer
"I loved this work of historical fiction based on a factual person and wanted to read it again from start to finish after I read it for the first time. This is truly a standout book for me among all the other Holocaust books or World War II books that I have ever read." - Goodreads reviewer
"I do not have enough words for how amazing and touching this book is. In the running for best book of 2020."- Erin, Where fiction meets reality
"This was, by all means, a story with great power, such as that of Kristin Hannah's The Nightingale, which is one of my favorite of this genre."- Sara in bookland
"Meira's story has shook me to the very core of my being. I was utterly spellbound from start to finish."- Laura, Tangents and Tissues
- Publication date : October 7, 2020
- File size : 2562 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 272 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B08HDQBX8H
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #22,158 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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indescribable pain and loss and about the triumph of the human spirit. It is a book about the power of love.
It is a book that reminds us all that truly, we must never, ever, forget what happened during WWII. Thank you for the gift of this book...
in one of the camps. The horrors are described succinctly and the story continues on with the healing and renewal of the main character as she finally is able to fully live and enjoy life again. The friendship and patient love of a wonderful man helped her to realize she needed to embrace the life she was given and go forward. It’s a wonderful book that I thoroughly enjoyed
Top reviews from other countries
My mum found me sitting earlier staring blankly at my laptop screen and asked me what was wrong. I explained I didn’t know where to start with my review of this book and was struggling to find the words. (Yup, the irony was not lost on me either!)
Since my mum has witnessed first-hand the emotional impact this story has had on me, she simply told me to write from the heart. “Tell them how you felt”, she said.
So, *deep breath* here goes...
Meira’s story shook me to the very core of my being. I was utterly spellbound from start to finish. I couldn’t bear to tear myself away even when it felt like my heart was breaking at all Meira has witnessed, suffered, and endured.
It was heart-rending, tragic, emotive, inspiring, and uplifting all at the same time. In short, it’s a story that I will never forget. Telling of a time that we need to remember even if we’ll never truly be able to understand it. But as Meira said herself in the book, “Sometimes hate has no reason.”
For Meira to find the strength and fortitude to forge a new life in a new country after losing everyone and everything made my heart soar. I know she didn’t see it like that, but she is a hero in my book.
Can I tell you all something? I sorta, kinda, okay totally, fell in love with Max. This gorgeous, tender man that fell in love with a woman and all her broken pieces. His only wish to help her fit them back together again, all the while knowing there will always be a few pieces missing. Nevertheless, hoping to add a new piece from him to help her heart beat once again.
Where Butterflies Go was my first introduction to Debra Doxer’s work and I could tell how much this story meant to her. I can’t wait to read more of her books. And she writes PNR (my fav genre!).
Even though I currently feel like I’ve been hit by an emotional two by four and I’m worried this isn’t the correct way to phrase this – I loved this story.
There is no place for hate in this world. End of.