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2017 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Like People R.A. Padmos


1) Exciting historical novel. Enjoyed every word.

Like People R.A. Padmos
Gay - Historical
File Size: 2326 KB
Print Length: 63 pages
Publisher: Manifold Press (August 1, 2016)
Publication Date: August 1, 2016
Amazon: Like People R.A. Padmos

April 1945. The Russians are shelling what remains of the 9th army of the Wehrmacht. Obergefreiter Karl Meisner has survived five years of a war he didn’t want, but now it seems he won’t reach his 26th birthday. Taking on responsibility for one of the new young recruits gives Karl a reason to keep going – and soon their war is over, as they surrender to the Allies at Tangermünde. Eventually Karl is placed in a prison camp in England – and it’s there that his life unexpectedly blooms. For it’s there that Karl meets Nathaniel Cyfer – a sergeant in the British army and an expatriate German Jew.

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