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A Troubled Peace

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2014

    Best book eber

    I love this book and the one before it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2013

    Oh my goodness i am in love with this book

    Amazing i cant even put it in words such a good sequel

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  • Posted December 16, 2009

    My book review

    The book "A Troubled Peace" is by L.M Elliot and it is about a plot from World War II and he just got back from the war. While Henry was in the war he meets a boy named Pierre who helped him hide from the Nazis. Henry have to leave Pierre in a church with a priest when he had to leave. So Henry went back to France to search for Pierre and madam another friend who had helped him.


    I give this book a 9.5 rating out of 10. It was very interesting to learn about P.O.W camps and how France and it's people were impacted by the war. Also, L.M Elliot used a lot of details of the war and how the solders,Jews,Russian were treated in the P.O.W camps. The women were put in Ravenburke and they had to do hard labor. But madame was used as a translator. she had to lie to the women that if they let doctors run test on them they would be set free. Even though some parts were gross, it was interesting to learn about the aftermath of the war in France and the lives of Madame,Pierre and Henry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    A Troubled Peace--A Beautiful Sequel!

    A Troubled Peace, the long-awaited sequel to Under a War-Torn Sky, is an honest and beautiful portrayal of the mess that war leaves behind-long after peace has been declared. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, Henry Forester, the hero of Under a War-Torn Sky, returns to France to learn what has happened to those who saved his life and helped him return home. What he finds in post-war France is destruction and heartbreak-but also amidst the horror and tragedy, a profound sense of resilience and of hope. Both action-packed and lyrically written, this sequel is an exquisite character study-and also resounds with the historical detail and accuracy for which L. M. Elliott is so well-known. Readers of Under A War-Torn Sky will be drawn in by the continued stories of its characters as they struggle to rebuild their country and themselves. This book is an eye-opening must-read for readers of all ages!

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