Book Review: Liverpool Connection - Unbroken Bonds - Annie's Story by Elisabeth Marrion
categories: Book, WWII, Courage, Friendship, Love, Liverpool, Family Drama
Elisabeth Marrion about this book: Having told my mothers, Hilde's Story in my First Book 'The Night I danced with Rommel' I was compelled to continue. Being half German/half English and born in Germany not long after the end of WWII, at some stage my mother, now a war widow, had to meet my English father. But of course it is never as simple as it sounds, after all Germany was now occupied and divided between the Allies. Plus how does Annie, Flo, and all their family fit in. And what about David. After all 'Liverpool Connection' is Annie's story. The book starts with Annie and Flo leave Ireland for Liverpool in the hope for a better live. Things never turn out they way people hope and soon hardship and disasters follows with he onset of World War II. How does all this connect to the young German women Hilde? Can there be hope from people who only a few month ago, were your enemies? What have the women on different sides in common?
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The Liverpool Connection is the second book in the unbroken bonds trilogy. Again, based on fact, the story is about the personal lives of a family thrust into the political turmoil of warring nations as they try to survive. We follow their struggles and share their fears and concerns during a trying time. I look forward to reading the final installment in the lives of a family I have come to love.
: The Night I Danced with Rommel - Unbroken Bonds - Hilde's Story by Elisabeth Marrion
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