And No More Sorrow: A Mother, Her Daughter, Their War

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Lumina Press, 2010 - Holocaust survivors - 192 pages
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The year is 1940. The place is Amsterdam, Holland. In a Europe that is torn apart by a Nazi regime, Sonja is forced to come to grips with unbelievable losses-her husband, her family, her way of life-all by the age of eighteen. In And No More Sorrow Pelzman, Sonja's daughter, vividly and masterfully presents her mother's story against the historical events that took place during Hitler's regime. After a long period of being incommunicado, during which Pelzman wrestles with her mother's pain, mother and daughter reconnect and make history together. Sonja's story teaches the reader that ultimately, it is friends, love, and family that motivate and guide us through our most challenging moments. And No More Sorrow succeeds on many levels. At once thrilling, passionate and educational, it deserves a place in the ranks of biographical literature.

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story of survival and a daughter's journey to understand By N.H. - See all my reviews This review is from: And No More Sorrow (Paperback) What makes this holocaust memoir of a young Dutch woman ... Read full review

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