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Mrs. Tuesday's Departure by Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson
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Apr 08, 2012

it was amazing
Read from April 06 to 08, 2012

Many years ago during one summer I read multible novels about the holocaust in Europe and the suffering and fear that many people endured. Each novel was memorable, as well as this novel by Suzanne Anderson. She writes a shocking story of living in fear and blends her tale between a current day's story of an elderly lady, woven with events of the mid-1940s of a young girl and her twin aunts in Budapest near the end of WWII. This story reads as a memoir of a family member who uncovers journals of events that needs to be told. There is fear, suspense, mystery, courage, and undenied love between family members. I strongly feel that this story is real, lovingly shared with us after decades. I highly recommend this excellent novel of strength and survival.

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