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Jonathan takes us back to the world wars- something this future world fears. But nonetheless, people are curious about the times when people struggled so much to just survive. The world through the eyes of a boy who has lost his faith in life when surrounded by miseries he can’t handle. But then slowly, he regains back his wisdom and judgment to do better with life. A loving tale that can only tell one to move through life no matter how disheartening it is, at one point in time. The boy’s migration to the Oxley House did well for him and he had to bring together his bits and pieces to live in what remained
Being a fanatic reader, a good story is something I always look forward to. "Johnathan" surprised me quite pleasantly with a touching story of a boy who tries to find his place in the turmoil of the war. WW II stigmatized our world, and some of the wounds it left behind are yet to heal; nevertheless, Richard and Elise Brooke uniquely touch the subject through that boy's struggles. Highly recommended! Best regards, Nya Ando
Johnathan is a superbly written book about a young boy's journey, fears, feelings, thoughts, and tribulations through World War 2. His relationships with people, and his abandonment issues, are relevant to such a tremulterous period in our history are well delivered. We see the main protagonist character Johnathan grow from a five-year-old on the day the war begins, to the end of the war and through to early adulthood, where we see him overcome adversity. This is a great perspective of the war through the eyes of, It has some poignant moments and a rollercoaster ride of emotions. The suspenseful scenes carry us through until the end. I would recommend this to a Young Audience and it is relatable to that age group. Fantastic book and I look forward to seeing the published copy.
Jonathan was an intriguing and inspirational read that sucked me in from the first page. The book was written from the views of a child who lived during the second world war. The book is well written and will tug at your heart. Definitely one of my best reads in 2021.
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