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Pegasus Falling William E. Thomas

Pegasus Falling

William E. Thomas

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348 pages
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***FINALIST - The Kindle Book Review Best Indie Books of 2012***“Powerful, raw and emotive” The Kindle Book ReviewThis is an intriguing story, gripping from the first page to the last and full of sorrow, happiness, kindness and heartbreak ZoharMore***FINALIST - The Kindle Book Review Best Indie Books of 2012***“Powerful, raw and emotive” The Kindle Book ReviewThis is an intrigu­ing story, grip­ping from the first page to the last and full of sor­row, hap­pi­ness, kind­ness and heart­break Zohar Laor, ManOfLaBook.com“A marvellously panoramic story of how individuals dealt with the devastation of war” Damaskcat, amazon.co.uk Top 50 ReviewerArnhem, 1944. Captain Stanley Adam Malcolm Parker - Sammy to his friends - and his platoon have fought bravely, but it was always a losing battle. The bridge was unwinnable. After he and his men are forced into cattle trucks and transported across Germany on a three day journey without food or water, Sammy lashes out at an SS officer with brutal and devastating consequences...for him and his German opponent.Instead of spending the rest of his war as a POW, Sammy is sent to a concentration camp.Spared an immediate death, Sammy discovers firsthand the full horror of the final solution. Amongst the desperation and destitution of the camp, he encounters Naomi, a Jewish housewife from Dresden. Having seen her family murdered, Naomi has learned to survive by making the most unimaginable of sacrifices. She is the woman who Sammy comes to depend on to survive himself.But when the camp is finally liberated, the couple are separated and Sammy embarks on a journey across a continent devastated by war and wracked by ongoing tensions to find out what happened to the woman he loves.