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A Distant Melody by Sarah Sundin
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May 11, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: christianfiction, historical, revell, own, romance, 1939-1945-us-wwii
Recommended to Margaret by: Relz Reviewz
Read from March 10 to 11, 2010 — I own a copy

This is one of the better whole novels that I have read in a while. This is a historical romance that has all of the elements that one's heart looks for and while at the same time bringing forth events of a war time past that are true and hard to accept. Usually I am not a fan of war time novels, but this one captures my heart. In a similar manner as the films Pearl Harbor and Hanover Street except with a moral conscious. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and cannot wait for the sequel A Memory Between Us come this fall.

It starts with the cover being pure dreamy that just makes your heart sigh. Then from page one I was in love with the character of Allie and soon after Walt. Watching how romance blossomed and watch the confusion of their hearts and yearning for explanation for the other was pleasantly painful. Each chapter brought me begging for me. Sarah Sundin wrote an incredible heart rending story and I highly recommend it. Sundin is now on my favorite authors list.

*Thanks to Donna Hausler of Revell Books for providing a copy for review.*

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