Much about survival from before the war to after Leaned so much about how the neutral country Netherlands was taken over by the Nazi s For being a neutral county they fought back the best they could This was well written with the story lines covering the 3 countries So interesting how the lives intertwined with different nationalities How so many of the scars 3 countries So interesting how the lives intertwined with different nationalities How so many of the scars not at all visible As time passes they are able to heal and move on with their lives but never forgetting the survival Learned so much about the pilots in England and later the War Bride Ships This was an added bonus for me being a huge CUBS fan. Tory of WWII and the story of families living through the war and the aftermathFabulous end to a wonderful touching storylineThis whole trilogy was great and ept me turning pages This last book though was probably my favoriteExcellent writing amazing characters wonderful family feeling tons of emotion and hats off to a job very well doneThis is the best of the best If you are into historical fiction you need to read the entire seri. ,
Ting anyway OK we knew that Anya would eventually turn around and get pregnant What a stupid storyExtremely boring and stupid book I that Anya would eventually turn around and get pregnant What a stupid storyExtremely boring and stupid book I one star and it doesn t even deserve itI don t usually write bad reviews but those books are the worse I have read this year Unlike one review I readthat they thought there was to9 much God related references that s
What Endeared Me To This Series I Thought It Wasendeared me to this series I thought it was That emphasis was put on religion Was happy for the twist in the third book of this trilogy and how it delveloped into put on religion Was happy for the twist in the third book of this trilogy and how it delveloped into a good ending Great book hard to put down Throughly enjoyed this trilogy So. Y hope and pray she'll come back to him There in her homeland Anya makes an astounding discovery that alters the course of her lifeFrom the Ashes of War concludes the compelling story of a family's journey from the heartache of war to the promise of hope and healingWhat readers are saying aboutFrom the Ashes of WarA truly emotional marvel Moody is a sensitive master writer A terrific finish to the trilogy A great intertwining of his. The books capture right From The Start And the start and your attention all through the series You re placed in the midst of the lives of the characters from beginning to end I through the series You re placed in the midst of the lives of the characters from beginning to end I THE BOOKS and look forward to reading of this author s books NO foul language or trash plenty of letting you fill in the blanks with your OWN imagination Books 2 and 3 shouldn t have existed Too long boring and so very predictable Continuing with boring characters I read 2 and 3 because I bought them when I buy a book I read it whether I like I buy a book I read it whether I like or notThe most exasperating character was the mother But all the characters are exaspera. In the third book in Diane Moody's bestselling WWII trilogy Dutch war bride Anya Versteeg McClain is struggling to adapt to her new life in America Her husband Danny a former B 17 pilot is troubled by her rollercoaster moods but vows to do whatever he can to make her happy Little did he now that would mean letting her go again When an unexpected telegram reuires her return to Holland she leaves with a conflicted heart Danny can onl.