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The Slow March of Light
The Slow March of Light | Heather B. Moore
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A riveting and emotionally gripping novel of an American spy working in Soviet-occupied East Berlin and a West German woman secretly helping her countrymen escape from behind the Berlin Wall.
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Historical fiction based on the real life of a Cold War spy turned political prisoner. The MC is a man of deep faith. This was excellent and enlightening on the time period. Recommend.

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I finished 10 books in April, both #BookSpin (City of Girls), #DoubleSpin (Chouette), and 3 Bingos. City of Girls and Slow March were my favorites but all were enjoyable.

Three memoirs, two of which were connected. One essay collection. One fiction based on a true story. One kids book. Which means four fiction. I don‘t have a quick way to check how many mention pie. Oddly enough.

@Nutmegnc - what do you think of this layout? 🫤

Nutmegnc @BkClubCare I was getting ready to comment that I liked it when I saw you tagged me! 🤣👏 9mo
thebluestocking Great month! I love Elizabeth Gilbert. And I read The Midnight Library in April too. It‘s an interesting one. I can see why its popular. 9mo
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Wow. This book is really great; exactly what I needed. Historical about a time period and place I knew little of and a powerful example of faith and resilience; love over evil. Based on a true story. Set in #Berlin #ColdWar 37th Book of the Year #Wian2022 #WiaN202SpeedCategory

#audiobaking #CaresPieShow #cherrychiffonpie 🍒 🥧 #HappyEaster 🐰

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#20in4Readathon @Andrew65

As of yesterday, Day 4, I hit 20+ hours by finishing 9 books plus a few chapters of Blue Skies and Slow March of Light

Andrew65 That‘s brilliant 👏👏👏🙌🥳🍾🥂😍 Thanks for playing along. 11mo
Eggs My pleasure ❤️ 11mo
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This was an informative read & based on Bob Inama‘s experiences during the Cold War in Germany. The Christian faith played a big role in his life & at times those passages grew tiresome. I enjoyed Luisa‘s story more (a fictional character). The chapters each started with an epigraph that provided context into the Cold War. It took me longer to read than I would have liked. I recommended if you want to learn about the Cold War or enjoy that era.

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“In the summer of 1961, a wall of barbed wire goes up quickly in the dead of night, officially dividing Berlin.”

FULL POST: https://tinyurl.com/3z9u98r9

@authorhbmoore
@shadowmountainpub

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Bob has his path in life figured out. . . .then he was drafted and sent to Germany. Luisa graduated from nursing school in Germany, got a job immediately and then life intervened in her life too and changed her course. Their paths crossed, paralleled and crossed again. The ending was not what I may have guessed or hoped but it was the perfect ending. It is a fictional novel based on Bob Inama's real life experiences.

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Publication Date is September 7.

Launch Bundle:

https://shadowmountain.com/slowmarch/

Help Heather B. Moore get her latest novel, The Slow March of Light, to hit the New York Times best-seller list by purchasing a copy between September 6-11.

Everyone who submits a copy of their receipt and fills out the FORM AT THE LINK ABOVE during the week of September 6-11 will receive The Slow March of Light - Swag Bundle*.

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