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Their Shadows Remain

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After Japanese bombs rain from the skies at Pearl Harbor, the world of Alexandra Lillis is drastically changed. Two close male relatives go off to war, and America becomes a society of families left behind to worry, pray, and wonder about the future. The Lillis family must be strong, and Alexandra has much to learn about the effects of war-especially since it will not be ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published August 10th 2010 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Stephanie W
Nov 28, 2011 Stephanie W rated it did not like it
Shelves: fiction, history
When I first saw the title "Their Shadows Remain" I thought it would deal strongly with WW2, specifically the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. There are buildings in those cities where the shadows of people in the cities at the time of the blast were etched into the buildings. Their shadows are literally all that remain of the people who perished there.

But this book wasn't about that. The title referred to the shadow of a human being soliders became when they returned home and how they were o
Ben Ermini
Apr 12, 2013 Ben Ermini rated it it was amazing
This book was especially enjoyable because it brought back so many memories of my childhood. The experience of growing up in New York during World WarII was vividly remembered as I read through the pages of this wonderful book. The author was able to describe the difficult times experienced by those individuals living during that period. The book was extremely well written and was difficult for me to put down.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor and the announcement that was heard by those listening to t
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Apr 07, 2013
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