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The World That We Knew Epub æ 372 pages Download Æ Insolpro ¼ [Ebook] ➨ The World That We Knew Author Alice Hoffman – In 1941 during humanity’s darkest hour three unforgettable young women must act with courage and love to survive from the New York Times bestselling author of The Ie who offers hope of salvation when she creates a mystical Jewish creature a rare and unusual golem who is sworn to protect Lea Once Ava is brought to life she and Lea and Ettie become eternally entwined their paths fated to cross their fortunes linkedLea and Ava travel from Paris where Lea meets her soulmate to a convent in western France known for its silver roses; from a school in a mountaintop village where three thousan uestion I asked myself All Holocaust books are heartbreaking Would this book become just another sad story without the magical realism? I think that element made this book memorable one that stands out unforgettable Ava represents a mother's love someone who is not human but human than many others during this inhuman time I loved when the doctor thought if one can love one has a soul So much evil so many deaths and yet so many good people that went above and beyond So many elements combined a heron I adored showing there are many other species able to love So I decided the magical realism allowed Hoffman to interject a great deal of love and wonder into a story of a time that represented hatred horror death and loss It provided an emotional element that went above and beyond I loved the ending it was just rightI still want a knight for Christmas and now I've added three angels to my listMy monthly read with Angela and Esil This book provided much fodder for our discussionARC from Edelweiss

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D Jews were saved Meanwhile Ettie is in hiding waiting to become the fighter she’s destined to beWhat does it mean to lose your mother? How much can one person sacrifice for love? In a world where evil can be found at every turn we meet remarkable characters that take us on a stunning journey of loss and resistance the fantastical and the mortal in a place where all roads lead past the Angel of Death and love is never endin I am not a fan of magic realism But Alice Hoffman is the exception that proves the rule as I have loved every book of hers that I’ve read The book takes place during World War Two Lea’s mother Hanni knows she must send her daughter Lea away from Berlin Ava is a golem a soulless creature created to act as a guardian to Lea Ettie the daughter of a rabbi is the one who creates Ava thereby linking the three of them We hear from each of them with their individual stories Each story reveals their strength their love their humanity yes even “soulless” Ava It’s not often that I care eually about multiple main characters Once again Hoffman is the exception to the rule As always Hoffman transports us Numerous books have tackled the terror of the Nazi regime yet Hoffman brought up things I’ve never read elsewhere Her research was intense but is woven seamlessly into the stories Primarily a story of survival it also shows us the best and worst of humanity My thanks to netgalley and Simon Schuster for an advance copy of this book

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The World That We KnewIn 1941 during humanity’s darkest hour three unforgettable young women must act with courage and love to survive from the New York Times bestselling author of The Dovekeepers and The Marriage of Opposites Alice Hoffman In Berlin at the time when the world changed Hanni Kohn knows she must send her twelve year old daughter away to save her from the Nazi regime She finds her way to a renowned rabbi but it’s his daughter Ett Magical realism crashes into folklore mysticism with heart wrenching Holocaust casualties’ poignant story with well rounded fantastically developed relatable characters could be the best formula and definition of WRITING A MASTERPIECE AND CREATING AN AMAZING PORTRAIT BY USING WORDS AS LIKE SMALL BRUSHES OF VIVID COLORS I can only do things with my hands First I can applause the author for creating such memorable characters stories’ entwined with each other like and writing my second best Holocaust story after “Book Thief” The other thing I can do giving five billion stars and applause the author for one time A mother’s emotional story about sacrificing herself for giving her daughter a second chance to survive by pleading rabbi’s daughter to create a golem mystical and powerful creature to protect her daughter from the monsters hid in human furs Ettie rabbi’s daughter does what she reuested in exchange of jewelries which will help her and sister to escape from the country along with Lea and her golem formed in human body AvaTheir story starts with the escape till their horrifying adventure turns into running for their lives and facing to the true nature of hatred violence crimes and it finally ends with a poetic emotional meaningful wayThe writing is like calm and serene river flows between harsh reality and fairy tales It’s also tear jerker and heart melting tribute to those brave heroes who helped Jewish people with their secret underground organizations by putting their lives in danger to save souls and bringing the divine justice to their country I’ll never forget Lea Hannie Ettie Julien Hector Marianne All those meaningful heartwarming intense relationships their amazing connection and affection that wound your heart will be imprinted on your minds and at your hearts forever It’s impossible not to feel for them Especially those Julien words as he is about to lose his faith with for seeing too much violence ruthlessness in his young age “Find me before I disappear”And this poetic splendid spectacular ending SIGH I have no words left to tell my feelings T1his is my favorite historical novel of the year