Daisies are Forever, by Liz Tolsma ~ Susan Karsten’s latest book review

Revealing a little-known time/event in WWII history, this fascinating book takes you to places and events you never knew existed. And TAKE YOU THERE Tolsma does! I couldn’t get to sleep one night during the reading of this book, because of the images flitting through my mind – the novel is extremely vivid in creating a compelling story-world of Germany.

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A fine book amidst my fine antiques.

Based on two true tales of survival in the upheaval at the end of the war, this gripping saga of fleeing the advancing Russian army is a real page-turner. Gisela, Audra, Josep (Mitch), and Kurt will keep you guessing, and I must tell you that the author ladens the story with just the right amount of comic relief as well.

Join me in reading this exceptional story of not-so-far ago days.

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3 thoughts on “Daisies are Forever, by Liz Tolsma ~ Susan Karsten’s latest book review

  1. Pingback: Daisies Are Forever – A Review | Kate's Bookshelf

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