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By Evie Woolmore | Comments: ( 290 ) | Date: ( May 30, 2020 )

Tom Macindeor is an itinerant English teacher, spending the summer in Warsaw in the hope of finding out the truth about his grandfather, a Polish resistance fighter But when he hears the voice of Ela, a young woman trapped in the Jewish Ghetto of 1942, a window opens not just on his past but the future of the ghetto and all those who live in it Should he share what he knTom Macindeor is an itinerant English teacher, spending the summer in Warsaw in the hope of finding out the truth about his grandfather, a Polish resistance fighter But when he hears the voice of Ela, a young woman trapped in the Jewish Ghetto of 1942, a window opens not just on his past but the future of the ghetto and all those who live in it Should he share what he knows of their fate, or will Ela s search for the truth about her own family doom them both


  • Title: Rising Up
  • Author: Evie Woolmore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Evie Woolmore

Evie Wool is a conjuress of magical realism Her novels infuse historical settings with an otherworldly quality Their evocative atmospheres blur boundaries between the real and the imaginary, or whatever passes for real and imaginaryAn experienced writer and editor, Evie Wool has been writing fiction and non fiction for twenty years Having written books for other people, she also finds time to write books for herself She has lived here, there and everywhere, but finds that imagination travels well She enjoys publishing independently, and focuses her contribution to the indie community through reviewing other indie books, particularly those in a similar genre to her own.



Comments Rising Up

  • Katharina Gerlach

    I have to admit that I have problems reading books about the Holocaust. They hit too close to home for me. This however holds a great balance between making this time come alive and distancing the reader just enough to not have me break down crying. The tiny and very consistent fantasy element added to this.I cared for the people in this book and was sad to see them go when the story ended. The only thing I thought could have been handled better was the ending. I would have liked to see the two [...]


  • Zoe Brooks

    I admire Evie Woolmore's courage in tackling a story set in the Warsaw Ghetto. I doubt I could ever do the same. The subject of the holocaust is one which is extremely sensitive and I suspect I could never be confident that my historical research was sufficient to tackle this darkest of periods in human history. Evie Woolmore's language and writing style are excellent. As the description above shows, there are two story lines in this book - Tom's story set in the present day and Ela's in 1942 -b [...]


  • Manchester Military History Society (MMHS)

    I picked this up as I've always been interested in Warsaw and the experiences of Warsovians in WW2. The story draws you in to the agonising conflict as to whether Tom should to tell Evie her fate in history or keep her oblivious.


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