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"There will be nothing left to harvest. It will all become clear tomorrow." Few people know about the "Purge of the Kulaks" in Russia, as this is a suppressed part of history. Based on real stories of people who actually lived through this terrible time, the fictional Jahnle family is falsely "evacuated" from their farm in a small village near the Black Sea, and begins t
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Paperback, 375 pages
Published November 28th 2012 by Outskirts Press
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Stacy Roman
Jan 20, 2013 Stacy Roman rated it it was amazing
EXCELLENT! This book had me hooked in the first chapter. Excellent historical fiction read. Highly, highly recommend.
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Jul 11, 2013 Susan King rated it it was amazing
I really liked this book. An historical novel, it takes place in Russia. The main characters are of German descent and the story hinges on their treatment by the Russians. The character development is great. I both grieved and rejoiced with the main characters. The book really drew me in; reading before bed, "one more chapter" turned into staying up way too late!

I learned a lot about this era of Russian history, all of it new to me, and I'm eager for a sequel to find out the rest of the story.

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Pamela Atherstone never set out to write a book. Selected as Rebecca’s Reads Choice Awards Fiction Book of the Year 2013, and first place Historical Fiction, this award winning venture came as a result of being forced into disability retirement. Needing something to keep her busy during a life-changing transition, she soon found the Modesto Institute of Continued Learning (MICL) at Modesto Junior ...more
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