Sophia's Attic: A Teenage Girl in the Holocaust by Ray Eichenberger

Sophia's Attic: A Teenage Girl in the Holocaust

byRay Eichenberger

Kobo ebook | August 4, 2013

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In Paris during World War 2, a Rabbi and a Priest devise a plan to hide Jewish children from the concentration camps and death chambers of the Nazis.  The story follows Sophia, a teenage girl, who goes to live with a childless Catholic couple.  Sophia has close encounters with the Nazis who seek her life and the lives of her parents.  The plot also centers on the meeting of the Catholic and Jewish religions, as Sophia and her hosts adapt to and learn about each other.  The story then moves to Cincinnati, Ohio, as Sophia emgrates there after the war, and where she becomes part of another dilemma- the predicament of unwed pregnancy in the 1940s and adoption.  Sophia's Attic combines elements of humor, intrigue, emotion and faith in God in difficult times in order to create a riveting and entertaining story.  Based on a compilation of true stories.

Title:Sophia's Attic: A Teenage Girl in the HolocaustFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 4, 2013Publisher:Red Foot Racing Stables LLCLanguage:English

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