Calling all bibliophiles! Today finds us with our second, and last, book review of the day, and this time its Book Review: To Cross The Ocean, by Zehavit Tal-On. This book, though it is short in length, is a really, quick, but enjoyable read. If you are a fan of romantic literature, than this is just the summer romance to take you into fall; I would recommend this book more for those who enjoy teen literature or sappy love stores. To Cross The Ocean, centers on the belief that love can ultimately transcend distance, culture, and the wounds of our past mistakes and thoughtless indiscretions. Readers will find solace in Nettie, a young woman posed to venture to Poland, to indoctrinate herself with both the hallowed history of her family, former prison camp members during World War II, as well as to educate herself on Polish culture and heritage. In a chance encounter, of the damsel-in-distress saving, kismet-provoking, old Hollywood style scenes, where Nettie meets a young man , destined to change her life; he is attractive and interesting, and the pair must find a way to stay together, despite having lives oceans apart.
I enjoyed this book, and I would recommend it to others! Moreover, this e-book is currently free!
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