Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Embers in the London Sky by Sarah Sundin

 

This read did pull on my heartstrings, such cruelty, and at a time when people are fleeing for their lives as the evil was spreading over Europe.

I really can't comprehend how Aledia moved on, but she gets a job in London trying to help children, and all the while she is looking for her son. She is put in the path of BBC radio correspondent Hugh, and there is some sweet romance here.

We don't only have bombings going on, but sadly murders, and while ducking the bombs, you never know if your safe.

Sarah Sundin gives us a in-debth look at London during this time, along with visits to the countryside, and what is happening with the children that are being sent there for their safety.


This is a real page turner for answers and I kept changing my mind as to was committing the murders, and in the end I was wrong!

Now I can't wait for the next book in this series!

I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Revell, and was not required to give a positive review. 

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About The Author


 


Sarah Sundin enjoys writing about the drama and romance of the World War II era. She is the bestselling and Christy Award-winning author of Embers in the London Sky (coming February 2024), The Sound of Light (2023), Until Leaves Fall in Paris (2022), When Twilight Breaks (2021), and several World War II series.

Sarah's novels have received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, and Booklist. Until Leaves Fall in Paris received the 2022 Christy Award and was a semi-finalist for the 2023 Carol Award, The Sound of Light, When Twilight Breaks, and The Land Beneath Us were finalists for the Christy Award, and The Sky Above Us won the 2020 Carol Award.

A mother of three, Sundin lives in Southern California and enjoys speaking to community, church, and writers' groups. Sarah serves as Co-Director for the West Coast Christian Writers Conference.

 

My Review


 This read did pull on my heartstrings, such cruelty, and at a time when people are fleeing for their lives as the evil was spreading over Europe.

I really can't comprehend how Aledia moved on, but she gets a job in London trying to help children, and all the while she is looking for her son. She is put in the path of BBC radio correspondent Hugh, and there is some sweet romance here.

We don't only have bombings going on, but sadly murders, and while ducking the bombs, you never know if your safe.

Sarah Sundin gives us a in-debth look at London during this time, along with visits to the countryside, and what is happening with the children that are being sent there for their safety.

This is a real page turner for answers and I kept changing my mind as to was committing the murders, and in the end I was wrong!

Now I can't wait for the next book in this series!

I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Revell, and was not required to give a positive review.


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