Thursday, February 18, 2016

A Fifty-Year Silence: A Review

In "A Fifty-Year Silence" by Miranda Richmond Mouillot, the history, love story, and mysterious estrangement between two brilliant individuals is slowly unraveled. And it is done so by their loving granddaughter, the author.

Mouillot is determined to address the estrangement between her grandparents as she revisits their past, which is also her family's unspoken past.

Written beautifully and sincerely, Mouillot ventures to the very place where the events took place during the Holocaust. She is on a mission to unearth the truth and to perhaps help make a difference. Maybe even reverse history.

You will feel tremendous joy, shed unexpected tears, and share the obvious love that is displayed throughout this entire story. It is a story not to be missed.

*I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review.

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