Catching The Wind Book Review

Are you ready to embark on a journey through time? Get a cup of coffee or tea, and settle in your favorite reading spot and let me tell you about this beautiful story. I am not exaggerating when I say this is an amazing story. The story opens to children playing knight and princess in a treehouse. But all too soon the joys of childhood are crushed and Brigitte and Dietmar must leave all they know behind and flee their homeland to escape the Gestapo. Together they journey across Europe to reach England, only to be separated in the worn torn country vowing to find each other once more.

old books, tea cups, and pearls at a picnic

70 years later Dietmar, now Daniel Knight a wealthy old man still seeks to fulfill his promise to his friend. He enlists the help of a reporter Quenby Vaughn in one final effort to find Brigitte.

Broken pasts, demons thought long buried, WWII espionage, deception, sacrifice and the beauty only He can bring from the ashes of our past.

Catching the Wind by Melanie Dobson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the best book I've read all year, maybe ever. It draws you in and you get lost in the story until suddenly you find yourself closing the back cover. This book is heartbreaking and yet strikingly beautiful. These characters will haunt you, draw you to tears, inspire you and make you laugh and leave you changed. Received this book free for our honest review.

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