By Janet Berliner, George Guthridge, Neil Jackson
Making a choice on up the place baby of the sunshine left off, baby of the adventure starts because the Nazi tides sweeps to energy in Germany. Jewish visionary Solomon Freund desperately seeks to rejoin his bloved Miriam. His quest leads him from the precarious safe haven of Holland again into the deathtrap of Berlin to the horrors of Sachenhausen focus camp, and at last to Madagascar.
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He looked as excited as a sailor confronted by the infinite variety of Amsterdam's red-light district. He lusts after the oriental carpets and mahogany balustrades, she thought. She took in the gilt-edged chairs and matching tapestry-covered walls, the vaulted ceilings carved with inlaid wood, the giant arrangements of agapanthus and gladioli in the entryway. From the dining hall she could hear "Für Elise," one of Hitler's favorites, and the buzz of conversation. "So you two lovebirds finally decided to grace us with your presence," Goebbels called out from across the foyer.
If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each person you share it with. If you're reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then you should return to your vendor of choice and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author. ALSO BY JANET BERLINER FROM CROSSROAD PRESS: NOVELS: Child of the Light (Book 1 of the Madagascar Manifesto) Children of the Dusk (Book 3 of the Madagascar Manifesto) Sol’s Song What You Remember I Did (with Melanie Tem) PART I "What is the price of five sparrows?
Her decision to do as he asked had been colored by the knowledge that Konnie, her chauffeur, was out next to the limousine, and would protect her. Dear Konnie. After so many years of driving her uncle--driving her--around, he was at the beck and call of the boy she had teased that night. That boy was a man now. A potent force in the Party--or so he told her. Still stammering when he lost control. But alive. As Konnie was alive. Not dead like her uncle and her grandmother, or half-alive, like her.