And so begins the harrowing journey of Nadejhda and her two young children, as they fled Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution. They leave in search of her husband who earlier disappeared on his way to America, hoping for a better life for his family. When he leaves in 1917 he begins a series of letters to Nadejhda. Suddenly the letters stop.
Years later, she meets Elise, whose own choices would send her down a path from profound grief to healing. With Nadejhda's help Elise learns to forgive the past and to love again.
Through Their Tears is an inspiring journey of two unforgettable women who come together determined to start over.
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This book was an amazingly well written story! I'm so glad that I decided to purchase this and highly recommend it to anyone who loves a captivating historically based story. The author creates an intricately woven story of two girls of different backgrounds whose paths cross and creates a storyline that keeps you wanting to read more and more until the flip of the last page.