The Member who created this title currently has it on hold.
About the author:
Carole McEntee-Taylor works in the Military Corrective Training Centre, the UK Forces only remaining detention centre and is currently writing a book about its history. She is also the author of The Weekend Trippers and A Second in Time.
Carole lives in Essex with her husband David, ex Royal Green Jacket (KRRC) and TA 71 Yeomanry Signals Regt (V) and a rather ancient and slightly deaf Border Collie called Reubin.
'Though Worlds May Change'
The Cat & The Nightingale Saga
For Brenda the relief that Ted was alive and had survived the Defence of Calais was soon replaced by terror as the Germans began bombing London. Night after terrifying night, bombs fell and fires raged as the Blitz became her life, her days spent nursing the victims and her nights avoiding the death from the skies.
For Ted life as a POW in Poland was like living in a nightmare from which he couldn't wake up. As the weather worsened so did his living conditions and the lack of news from England only served to add to his sense of isolation. The casual brutality of his guards continued unabated, but their arrogance and lack of compassion only hardened his own resolve to survive.
But for Brenda's friend, Pam, life at last began to find meaning. After struggling for months to find something worthwhile to help the war effort an opportunity presented itself that was both unexpected and exhilarating.
'Though Worlds May Change' is the third book in The Cat & The Nightingale Saga and covers the period from July to December 1940. The title, taken from 'They'll always be an England' reflects not only the havoc and chaos that WW2 wrought on innocent lives, but also the stubborn determination to make the best of it and to survive against all the odds.
- Publication Date:
- 1466450576 / 9781466450578
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Historical / General