Helena

Helena Twenty year old Czech music student, Hel na, meets and marries Stefan only months before the outbreak of World War Two, while preparing for a career as a concert pianist Stefan is heavily involved in the underground movement in their homeland, as is Hel na s father In the ensuing years, Hel na s faith and courage are challenged to the utmost, as she faces great personal tragedy and danger, and suffers loss of family, friends, wealth and career Eventually she flees her homeland, hoping to begin a new life in Australia This book was inspired by the life of a remarkable woman whose inner strength and courage impacted many It has been written in the hope that others might be similarly inspired to continue to keep the faith , whatever the difficulties encountered as they journey through life. New Download [ Helena ] Author [ Jo-Anne Berthelsen ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 227 pages
  • Helena
  • Jo-Anne Berthelsen
  • English
  • 26 July 2018

10 thoughts on “Helena

  1. says:

    A little over three and a half stars.The style reminds me of a pavane stately and elegant, but for all that detached and a little aloof There are rare moments when deep emotion impacts the page but, in general, the reporting approach made it difficult to connect with the characters Also like a pavane, with its often changing partners, the perspective changed rapidly from one character to another sometimes consecutive paragraphs were from the viewpoint of a different character in a different A little over three and a half stars.The style reminds me of a pavane stately and elegant, but for all that detached and a little aloof There are rare moments when deep emotion impacts the page but, in general, the reporting approach made it difficult to connect with the characters Also like a pavane, with its often changing partners, the perspective changed rapidly from one character to another sometimes consecutive paragraphs were from the viewpoint of a different character in a different town The beauty and passion of the narrative was di...

  2. says:

    This is based on a true story about a young woman living in Czechoslovakia before, during and after WWII I don t think I ve read many books set in Czechoslovakia before, and while I ve read a lot of books set in and around WWII, I haven t read anything previously about the involvement of Czechoslovakia in WWII.This was a strong, faith based read with the characters trusting God in all circumstances and living their lives for Him and guided by Him.I will be interested to continue on to read the This is based on a true story about a young woman living in Czechoslovakia before, during and after WWII I don t think I ve read many books set in Czechoslovakia before, and while I ve read a lot of books set in and around WWII, I haven t read anything previously about the involvement of Czechoslovakia in WWII.This was a strong, faith based...

  3. says:

    3.25 stars This was the first one of Jo Anne s books I ve read It kept me reading all the way Delighted to read something about Czechslovakia during WW2, as I hadn t read anything about that area.

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