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The Path Divided

(Risking Exposure #2)

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Every choice has a consequence.

When a magical picture frame reveals the danger facing a teenage traitor, her best friend hatches a plan to sneak her out of Nazi Germany. Options are few. Choices are desperate.

Decades later, an aged Nazi hiding under an alias plans to die with his secrets intact. Confronted with his role in the fate of his sister and her best friend, he m
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Kindle Edition, 295 pages
Published November 12th 2018 (first published November 2018)
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What was life like for German children, their friends and families in the years leading up to WWII? How did the changes that occurred and the politics and propaganda of their leadership affect daily living circumstances and views? What did the children see?

The Path Divided centers between the years of 1933 – 1939 and tells the story of Renate (Rennie), her older brother Werner and a cast of characters around the setting of real events that happened leading up to the war like the Nuremb
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It is 1938. Hitler and his Nazi followers are trying to eliminate all the “non-purebloods” from Germany. Renate Müller, a German teenager and main character in The Path Divided by Jeanne Moran is in a difficult situation. She wants to stay loyal to both her big brother Werner, a Nazi enthusiast and her friend Sophie, a polio patient. Sophie is a photographer accused of treason for sending her pictures out of the country to be used as propaganda against Germany. As Renate struggles to help Werner ...more
Brinton
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was a beta reader for The Path Divided, which concludes the stories of Sophie, Rennie, and Werner from Risking Exposure. I read it again upon publication and can say that this is a book that draws the reader in and keeps them hooked until the gripping end. I grew to care deeply about the characters and learned things I had never known about Nazi Germany, both from the captivating storylines as well as the author’s helpful glossary and other back matter. Jeanne Moran’s writing pulled me in—I fe ...more
Susan Weintrob
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Nazi era is perhaps the most documented era in human history. It is an era of cruelty and sorrow, of heroism in a time of insecurity and terror. Jeanne Moran makes this time accessible for younger readers with youthful characters see history unfold before them and who live with the consequences of decisions they made during these terrible years.

In this sequel to Risking Exposures, Moran allows her characters to grow up, unable to forget what happened during WWII and the Holocaust. She helps
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Sandra Bush
Dec 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fans of "Risking Exposure" will devour "The Path Divided."

Jeanne Moran, talented author of "Risking Exposure," will not disappoint fans who have been waiting for her sequel. In "The Path Divided" Moran weaves an intriguing tale spun with historical accuracy, Nazi propaganda and a touch of magical realism. The characters are empathetic, engaging and charming; even a dastardly old Nazi. This book made me want to know more about this tragic period in history. Read, learn and enjoy.

Michael
Feb 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Tobyann Aparisi
Apr 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
I won this book on Goodreads (Kindle version) for an honest review.

A story that has real life connotations with well written characters. The author takes you on a journey of authentic feelings of Nazi Germany and the happening of that era. The characters and scenery are well written and transcendent. If you enjoy historical type of stories this one is for you. I do recommend it as the author does spin a very good story that keeps you turning the pages and transfixed to the story itself.
Tonja Drecker
May 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
With lots of tension, emotion and a tiny dab of magic, this is an intriguing tale which brings a bit of World War II to life in a way appropriate for ages 10 to 16.

After her parents' death, Rennie works on a farm and leads a quiet life as a girl in Nazi Germany should. She wonders how her best friend, a girl suffering from polio, is and hopes that after her disappearance that she's fine. Scarred by their father and the brutal murder, Werner, Rennie's older brother, fully supports the Nazi cause
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