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From Cardinals to Crows

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by T. R. Adams
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From Cardinals to Crows by T. R. Adams

From Cardinals to Crows follows four childhood friends growing up in Berlin, Germany, during Adolf Hitler?s rise to power and the Second World War. Their religious differences lead them down different paths, but their hearts bind them together as they struggle to survive under the black clouds of the horrendous insanities of those in power. From Cardinals to Crows is a story about family, friends, monsters, and heroes. ?I think our happiness lies not in the paths we take in life but by whom we find waiting for us at the end of the trip

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Size: 1.1 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781682934876 (DRM-EPUB)

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