Where Butterflies Go

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Publisher Description

IndieReader Discovery Award Winner for Best Historical Fiction

IAN Book of the Year Awards Finalist for Outstanding Historical Fiction

Based on the harrowing true story of one woman's survival during the Nazi occupation of Poland, and her struggle to find meaning in the aftermath.

Meira Sokolow had the misfortune of being born to Jewish parents in Warsaw, Poland, in 1912. Before she took her first breath, her fate had been sealed.

Residing in the Jewish Quarter of the city, Meira's early life was typical. She fell in love with a local boy, got married, and had a daughter. Then the German army marched into Warsaw and everything changed. Forced into the ghetto with her family, she found survival to be a daily struggle. Hunger, disease, and unimaginable cruelty were her stark realities. When the ghetto was purged and she was sent to a concentration camp, Meira still had her family, and that was all that mattered. Then the camp was liquidated, and only a handful of survivors remained out of thousands. Meira Sokolow was one of them.

No longer a wife or mother, Meira emigrated to New York City. After World War II, the world wanted to move on and start a new chapter, but Meira couldn't turn the page so easily. She walked through her days alone, like a ghost with nothing to tether her to the earth. Then she met Max, a handsome American, who first mistook her for one of the boring socialites he encountered every day. He soon learned she was unlike anyone he had met before, seeing her strength and resilience, even when she couldn't. Max knew he could breathe life into her again, if only she would let him.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
7 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
270
Pages
PUBLISHER
Debra Doxer
SIZE
824.6
KB

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