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Review ☆ The Baker's Daughter Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î [Reading] ➿ The Baker's Daughter Author Sarah McCoy – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Garmisch Germania inverno 1944 È un anello di fidanzamento uello che un ufficiale nazista ha appena messo al dito della giovane ElsieIa agli Stati Uniti ricordare tutto ciò che la guerra le ha brutalmente strappato e infine perdonare se stessa Per Reba confidarsi con Elsie significherà accendere la luce della verità ascoltare la voce del cuore e accettare che la speranza possa nascere anche dal dolore Per entrambe l’amicizia che le lega darà loro il coraggio di sconfiggere i fantasmi del passatoUn esordio letterario folgorante una storia intensa e coinvolgente che ha conuistato prima i librai indipendenti americani poi i lettori di tutto il mondo grazie alla forza del passaparo. Can't wait to share this novel with you all

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Garmisch Germania invernoÈ un anello di fidanzamento uello che un ufficiale nazista ha appena messo al dito della giovane Elsie Un anello che potrebbe cancellare l’amaro sapore della guerra regalando a lei e alla sua famiglia il sogno di una vita in cui l’aria profuma di biscotti allo zenzero e di serenità Invece d’un tratto Elsie si ritrova a guardare negli occhi la realtà un bambino ebreo si presenta alla sua porta e la implora di salvarlo di nasconderlo The Baker's PDF or E lei lo aiutaEl Paso Texas oggi È un anello di fidanzamento uello ch. ehhhhh I thought this book was ok I think the author had a theme parallels that highlight that the moral high ground isn't always defined by a bright line whether US border patrol or a German soldier or citizen pretty ridiculousand executed against it The writing was really lacking for me The parallels felt forced the characters fell flat and the book overall came across as a little contrived and even trite The characters felt caricature ish southern writer with depressed dad has trouble trusting a relationship plucky German girl fights the regime without really knowing why militaristic German boy learns his lesson American doctor saves the day good hearted Hispanic Border Patrol character struggles with the job There are two plot lines in this book and neither was well developed And the connection between the two wasn't clear the modern characters never really talk about what happened in WWII there was one interview where Elsie the German and Reba the reporter start to talk about the past which seemed forced and unrealistic who would even open that can of worms with a basic stranger Especially a reporter but it's never really tied together I'd recommend The Lost Wife or Beasts in the Garden of Eden before this one For being a WWII book it was a light uick read however But it just wasn't for me

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The Baker's DaughterE Reba non ha il coraggio d’indossare A darglielo è stato Riki un uomo che la ama senza riserve nonostante le sue asprezze Eppure Reba esita prigioniera di angosce e inuietudini radicate nel profondo sa che la sua armatura di donna realizzata potrebbe frantumarsi da un momento all’altro E ha pauraElsie e Reba non potrebbero essere più diverse ma il destino ha voluto far incrociare le loro strade come se l’una non potesse proseguire senza l’altra Per Elsie parlare con Reba significherà ripercorrere le vicende che l’hanno portata dalla German. This book ended up being very disappointing although I thought the plot had a lot of potential It read very much like Sarah's Key switching back and forth between a modern story and a WWII story in Germany But it had the same problem as Sarah's Key the modern line was almost completely uninteresting and I just kept waiting to get back to the WWII story I don't think this book was written very well and it relied mostly on dramatic events to be exciting I prefer books that are written in a way that makes any event interesting not just the dramatic ones I often found myself bored and skimming ahead to get to some action I also don't think the characters were very well written they all seemed to be either really flat or written as if the author hadn't decided yet whatwho she wanted them to be It might have been a stronger book if it had ended after the main action but it dragged on for 50 years which is difficult to keep interesting when the characters aren't very well constructedAnd at the risk of sounding like a monster I found the connection of Holocaust victims to illegal aliens entering the US to be ludicrous bordering on offensive I can hardly believe the author had the nerve to try and make a connection between the slaughter of millions of innocent people during WWII and the plight of families crossing the border illegally only to be caught and deported Maybe I'm reading too much into it and she didn't intend for it sound like she was linking the situations in the modern and past story lines and maybe I just don't have a very good understanding of borderimmigrations issues but the connection seemed pretty hard to miss and I found it tactless extremely hard to swallow and rather offensive