Some Sunny Day: A nurse. A soldier. A wartime love story.
A moving true story of love on the front lines.
It was July 1944 when Madge stepped onto a troopship that was to carry her thousands of miles away from home. Only twenty years old and not long qualified as a nurse, she had signed up to serve in the Burma Campaign. She would be based on the Indian border, near the frontline where a fierce battle was raging between Allied forces...more
Madge had no idea where she was being sent as she boarded the ship in 1944. She'd never left the country before, ...more
Some Sunny Day was one of those books that go slowly, and tell a story of another times, reviving memories and emotions. A story of a lady that is sent to India to take care for the British Soldiers in the Second World War.
A beautiful memoir, full of lively descriptions that make the scenes more realistic. A powerful story of love, bravery, tragedy, sacrifices and hope.
Madge is a character that all people can relate to. Even though a nurse, and sent to another country, Madge is also a lady just lWar.A ...more
It's the second time I discover a similar cover for two different books. This one was also used for a Dutch WW II book by Charles den Tex.