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Threaten to Undo Us By Rose Seiler Scott Threaten to Undo Us Allied forces are advancing You are no longer under the protection of the German army All German citizens of the Third Reich are to evacuate At these words Liesel and her young children are forced to
  • Title: Threaten to Undo Us
  • Author: Rose Seiler Scott
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  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Threaten to Undo Us By Rose Seiler Scott
    Threaten to Undo Us By Rose Seiler Scott Allied forces are advancing You are no longer under the protection of the German army All German citizens of the Third Reich are to evacuate At these words, Liesel and her young children are forced to flee their home But losing the only home she has ever known is only the beginning The brutal advance of Stalin s forces into Poland results in a regime of terror and un Allied forces are advancing You are no longer under the protection of the German army All German citizens of the Third Reich are to evacuate At these words, Liesel and her young children are forced to flee their home But losing the only home she has ever known is only the beginning The brutal advance of Stalin s forces into Poland results in a regime of terror and uncertainty, threatening to destroy Liesel s family at every turn Interrogated and imprisoned in a labour camp, her dream to re unite with her husband and children seems impossible Her only hope A dangerous gamble, buoyed by a sliver of faith Based on a true story, Threaten to Undo Us exposes shocking history in the shadow of World War Two.
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    About “Rose Seiler Scott

    • Rose Seiler Scott

      Since fifth grade, I wanted to be a writer, but that career path took several turns and I ve been a piano teacher, a home business owner, a bookkeeper and mother of four.As a family story unfolded over the years, I set out to make it into a novel During the process I have realized that not only is truth stranger than fiction, but truth can also be told through fiction Threaten to Undo Us, is my first novel.I ve been married to Andy for 30 something years and live in Surrey, BC.

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    • This review is from Threaten to Undo Us Paperback Threaten To Undo Us is the suspenseful story of a German family living in Poland during and after World War II In this excellent book, Liesel and Ernst Hoffmann are raising four young children in a Polish village But Hitler s invasion of Poland in 1939 has put citizens with German backgrounds in a dangerous situation and alliances are tested Many of the men join the German forces, but others, like Liesel and Ernst, just want to live their lives i [...]


    • Full disclosure I am the author and though I avoided rating it for a long time, I m not sure if it shows up otherwise on my shelf Honestly, people have gone out of their way to tell me personally how much they enjoyed it and I m honoured I hope you will too Although this book deals with war and some disturbing events, I have tried to keep a hopeful tone Consider it a Clean Read, with a mild PG warning, in terms of content.


    • Threaten to Undo Us is an emotional and compelling family saga following the lives of a young German family making their home in Poland Life is good as Ernst and Liesel work their farm and grow their family But World War 2 threatens to undo the life that they have built for themselves and their love, faith and courage will be sorely tested.The book is based on true events in the author s family background and this lent an authenticity to the story that I particularly enjoyed This is a historical [...]


    • Wow What a book This is the story of a German family living in Poland when the war starts They struggle as the world around them changes and there is little they can do They don t support the Nazis but don t fit in with the local polish population With the end of the war they are treated as criminals.The characters are interesting and well developed and the story is complex and compelling While it can be difficult to read about some of these experiences the book manages to remain hopeful It is a [...]


    • When Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin meet in Yalta in 1945 to carve up the WWII German conquered lands, someone suggests that German occupied Prussia and Pomerania should be part of the new Poland While Churchill demurs, fearing that this will lead to bloodshed, Stalin s cavalier Most have fled the region wins the day This scene in the Introduction sets the stage for what happens to the main character Liesel Hoffman and her five children in Rose Seilor Scott s WW II historical, Threaten to Und [...]


    • What a stellar piece of work, engaging throughout I appreciate the author s realism, while not being utterly graphic You painted the pictures clearly, and subtly Thoroughly enjoyed this book from cover to cover for the portrayal of the physical and emotional experiences of wartime character and relationship development the faith of the main characters and well researched historical details.


    • Threaten to Undo Us is a gripping story of one woman s commitment to family and faith under the cruellest of conditions Written as historical fiction but based on a true story, the book unfolds before and during WW2, portraying the plight of ethnic Germans living in Poland as the Russian army advances This well researched book provides an insight into a lesser known side of history Threaten To Undo Us is an aptly chosen title as the family endure unimaginable hardships with Liesel and her childr [...]


    • I gratefully received a copy of Threaten to Undo Us thanks to Giveaway and the author There have been many books written about events surrounding WW11 and the plight of those caught up in a cruel regime However Threaten to Undo Us by Rose Seiler Scott is a story with a difference It is about the fate of the German people following the fall of Germany and the Russian occupation A harrowing tale of a German mother and her five children, trying to survive the aftermath of Germany s defeat Their lif [...]


    • Great job Rose I enjoyed it from cover to cover This book is a compelling read It moves at the pace of a screenplay Seeing Liesel and Ernst face the many difficult facets of WWII and hold fast to what they know to be Truth Inspiring and encouraging I look forward to seeing it on the big screen


    • This book is about a German family living in Poland They endured the war only because they had to and after the war things got worse This is a story that we have heard very little about This is one book you don t want to put down until it is finished.



    • A compelling look at what happened in Europe after World War II was over, told through a story of love and faith.



    • Threaten to Undo Us tells us much about borders, nationalities, and minorities I should say at the outset that for thematic purpose and its somewhat atypical focus on events and conditions in World War II, this is a worthwhile read Those of ethnic and religious difference who had at least been living in tolerance if not acceptance and appreciation were, as a result of the Nazi invasion in Poland, cast into alignments that were not necessarily of their personal choosing The novel, through the str [...]


    • I m drawn to historical depictions This story about WWII takes a different slant than many It s not about a Jewish family caught up in the death camps, but rather a Christian family in the wrong place Poland at the wrong time for their own safety.Although at times slow, I was taken by the characters as they played out the circumstances of the war and what happened afterwards.


    • At first I didn t really like the writing style of this and it took me a few chapters to get going on the book It was such a compelling but sad story though that I ended up reading it a couple of days It is a different point of view than other books I ve read set in WWII, and definitely worth reading.


    • Though set in a period of history well known to most, this is a powerful tale of struggle through a world we have often seen depicted on screen This story puts the reader in the shoes of those have to walk the path in vivid reality, one might say this is a very worth while read.


    • A brilliant book, such a change to read a book about the war from a different viewpoint It was so moving it nearly had me in tears at times.


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