The Lost Loves of World War II Collection: Three Novels of Mysteries Unsolved Since World War II

The Lost Loves of World War II Collection: Three Novels of Mysteries Unsolved Since World War II

Bruce Judisch Sharon Bernash Smith / May 28, 2020

The Lost Loves of World War II Collection Three Novels of Mysteries Unsolved Since World War II A spirited American journalist and a reminiscing professor are on journeys to see the past rectified Follow the two part story of Madeline McAllister as she records the life of an elderly German woman

  • Title: The Lost Loves of World War II Collection: Three Novels of Mysteries Unsolved Since World War II
  • Author: Bruce Judisch Sharon Bernash Smith
  • ISBN: 9781628362459
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • A spirited American journalist and a reminiscing professor are on journeys to see the past rectified Follow the two part story of Madeline McAllister as she records the life of an elderly German woman that leads her to her own grandmother s tragic story of concentration camps and lost children Then meet Professor Fritz Miller, who can t forget the day when he was twelveA spirited American journalist and a reminiscing professor are on journeys to see the past rectified Follow the two part story of Madeline McAllister as she records the life of an elderly German woman that leads her to her own grandmother s tragic story of concentration camps and lost children Then meet Professor Fritz Miller, who can t forget the day when he was twelve and he discovered a Jewish baby along the railroad tracks Will destinies change as the past is finally revealed

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    1. Madeline is a young American journalist just finishing up school in Berlin. She gets a phone call that opens up the perfect opportunity to stay and work in Germany. She will be interviewing and writing the memoirs of a WWII survivor. But what Madeline finds when she meets Katia is more than she bargained for.For Maria(Judisch)When Madeline finished Katia's memoir she sets off in search of the relatives that are still missing. She hopes to reunite all of the family members. But trying to juggle h [...]


    2. First, I highly recommend you read this in the paper book form and not on Kindle. There are some things that you might want to go back and reread or to check, but it is difficult to do with an eReader.Other than that, I found this a most enjoyable read, quite interesting, and intriguing. This is probably more appropriate for younger readers than readers who grew up during the Depression or even whose parents grew up in the Depression. The beginning story is written from the view point of Madelin [...]


    3. I don't normally care for novellas, but I like WWII books and opted to try this one. I'm glad I did. Countless thousands of families were torn apart in the war and afterward when the Iron Curtain came down. Here is an East Berlin family where dad, brother, and mother disappear until only Katia, crippled by polio, is left; Katia's Aunt Maria survived the concentration camps and despairs of ever finding her 3-month-old twins; other babies were tossed off trains heading for the camps, their despera [...]


    4. I ended up not finishing the books. I just didn't like the writing enough to keep going. I didn't really like Katia as a character either.


    5. Title: Lost Loves of WW II CollectionAuthor: Bruce Judisch & Sharon Bernash SmithPages: 480Year: 2014Publisher: Barbor BooksThose who love history along with the flavor of mystery will be captivated in no time at all! These aren’t recently published with Katia in 2010 and For Maria in 2012 were written by Brice Judisch. The last novel written by Sharon Bernash Smith, The Train Baby’s Mother, was published in 2013. The novels take readers back to a time when life in other countries was an [...]


    6. Any book that can make me cry a whole day when trying to finish it is a 5 star! I was a waterfall of tears!





    7. Good book. It tugs at the heartstrings for sure. I know I cried a few times reading some of the stuff. I like all the history, though.


    8. This was an emotional read all thru this book. The chapter “The train baby’s mother” was the most emotions I was feeling thru the whole chapter. This book your reading about holocaust survivors. It’s a historical fiction worth reading


    9. This book would definitely appeal to readers of Christian literature. Stories of faith are slanted towards tales of the sacrifices of good Christians who tried to save Jews, or Jewish survivors who found peace through the love and faith of Christians. Having read only the outside jacket before purchasing, the book was not quite what I thought I'd be reading. (Note: I read a lot of WWII literature and was hoping for some really unique and inspirational stories.) Considering both authors are neith [...]



    10. Incredible collection, but third book detractsThis is a hard collection to review. In the first two books, Judisch tells a riveting tale, using characters from multiple generations, of a family's miraculous survival in twentieth century Germany and later reunion in the US. These two books, with judisch's masterful writing, rate among the best historical fiction I've ever read!In the third book, Smith weaves an intricate story of love lost, found, then lost again. Many of the facts are simply too [...]


    11. Good clean holocaust storiesThese stories were so touching so sad I cried through reading. The characters were fine and easy to connect with. We need to keep what happened to God's chosen people in our minds and never stand by again. To the authors thank you. Thank you for keeping God in the characters lives.


    12. Excellent Book. Chapters were short which makes it easy to pick up in small tidbits. Divided into 3 stories which intertwine with each other. Story line of each kept you wanting to no more. I would recommend this book.


    13. I totally loved this book! I find those years very interesting and love reading stories from the people that lived during that horrible time in history. So many families torn apart, I pray that there were some happy reunions like those found in this book.


    14. It was a good book, although I found it to be a little predicable at times. The writing was medicore, the characters were under developed, so I didn't feel a deep connection to them. Maybe the World War II genre is a little over saturated and that is why I feel so coolly about this book.



    15. this trio of stories are very well written and all are worth reading the last story is a bit sad but it tells so much about faith in God. something we all need to have





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