Review: The way of fate: A True Story From the Kindertransport

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Recently I had the opportunity to read and review ‘The way of fate: A True Story From the Kindertransport‘ written by George Shefi. This is a wonderful story about how the Holocaust affected a young boy, his family, and those around him.

It is very inspirational to read how optimistic he was and his sense of humor keeps the whole story very light. He was sent away by his mother at the age of 7. He traveled to England, Canada, and America before returning to Israel.

His tales will bring tears to your eyes and joy to your heart. Sit down a spell, and get comfortable while you read about he overcame those challenges he faced in early childhood to live a life full of adventure and success. This was truly a very good read and I would recommend this story to anyone.

Click here if you would like to read this amazing story.

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Other books by George Shefi:

The Way of Fate

Darko Shel Goral: The Way of Fate (Hebrew Edition)

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