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Judah

Maha-Marie Dar

In 1930s' Germany, the Jewish community is a hidden world. When the soldiers arrive, to be Jewish is to be dead. The family must live as other versions of themselves.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-410-8
Published : 27/06/2019
Pages : 316
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Maha-Marie Dar

I have always taken a great interest in anything and everything historical, which is how I began this story, writing the novel, many years back at the age of sixteen. However, with studies and work I never managed to make enough time to complete it until eight long years later. What I learnt through this experience is one should never forgo or leave the thing that brings them the most happiness and joy. In my case it was putting pen to paper. Carry on doing what you love, regardless of those who tell you to stop. If you follow this, you shall never have the slightest bit of regret for it will be an achievement in your eyes. 
Maha.M.Dar

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Zamora's family is large, wealthy and Jewish. In 1930s' Germany, the Jewish community is a hidden world. When the soldiers arrive, to be Jewish is to be dead. The family must live as other versions of themselves.
Milo is a German soldier, persuaded by his father to join the army. An unforeseen life changing descison results in irrecoverable acts that must be committed by Milo and his friend Alvin. When they encounter Zamora and her cousin Maia, they all learn something of betrayal.
Zamora's family leave for London, where they meet her mother's highly-connected relations. Her life is transformed as she learns that her first love may not, after all, have been her last. Meantime, Alvin and Milo are fighting a war they don't believe in, until they make a deadly bargain with the enemy, one which could determine the life of millions.

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