Goodbye Is Not Forever

Goodbye Is Not Forever Little Amy never knew her father One dark night when she was only a baby the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested Amy s fatherd condemned him to the frigid wastelands of Siberia Then as World Wa

  • Title: Goodbye Is Not Forever
  • Author: Amy George Al Janssen
  • ISBN: 9781565072954
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Little Amy never knew her father One dark night, when she was only a baby, the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested Amy s fatherd condemned him to the frigid wastelands of Siberia Then as World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded her small Russian village Amy, a tender seven year old child, was taken by cattle car to a slave labor camp and witneLittle Amy never knew her father One dark night, when she was only a baby, the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested Amy s fatherd condemned him to the frigid wastelands of Siberia Then as World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded her small Russian village Amy, a tender seven year old child, was taken by cattle car to a slave labor camp and witnessed firsthand the horrors of Hitler s Germany As the war ends, Amy and her mother make a daring escape, with execution the likely verdict if they are captured Over the years Amy wondered about her father Was he still alive Would she ever see him again A true story, Goodbye Is Not Forever serves as a vivid confirmation of God s never ending grace in the lives of his children

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    1. A non-Jewish memoir from World War II, Amy George records life and its hardships for her family during their time in the Soviet Union and Germany. After reading Holocaust literature, you quickly notice the different tenor of labor camps vs. concentration camps, of racism toward Jews vs. racism toward everyone else.

    2. Found the story interesting -- haven't read much before about non-Jewish Russians who were caught up in World War II. Could have done without the evangelical Christian altar call at the end of the book, though.

    3. I really enjoyed Amy Georges' life story in this book. I didnt care for the end of the book too much though.

    4. A very inspiring real story of struggle and survival. How God's Grace and Power brought all things together for good to those who love Him.Tears come easily while reading this story.

    5. I did like the first ¾ of the book. The story of Amy's family and life living in the Ukraine was interesting and unbelievably sad at the same time. I liked both her parents and felt horrible for her poor father being brutally imprisoned for years even though he never committed any crime. The mother was incredibly strong during their life in Russia, alone keeping her children alive, having her husband imprisoned, being black balled by the government, during the German occupation of Ukraine, forc [...]

    6. This is the true story of Amy George, born in Drushkovka (a village in Ukraine) Russia shortly before World War II. When she was only a baby, the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested her father, Fyodor, and sent him to the frozen wastelands of Siberia. When World War II erupted, Hitler's armies eventually invaded her small Russian village. Amy, her older brother Tarasik, and her mother, Maria were taken by cattle car to work in a slave labor camp within Germany where they toiled under dire c [...]

    7. haunting. rife with prose, it is also naked with the fear and hunger of desperate people trapped in wartime. it lacks the vague beauty of corrie ten boom's 'the hiding place,' or the cold science of leo uris' 'QB VII.' instead, it wraps all the horror, pain, tragedy, and hopelessness of WW11's atrocities into a bloody package and hurls it directly into the reader's face with the patently cruel bleakness that i've come to expect only from stephen king.

    8. The story of a young Ukranian girl, Amy and her family before, during, and after WW2. This book is a fairly detailed story of what happened in her life including the horrors she and her loved ones experienced along with the small joys and hope that kept them going. It has a happy ending with the reunion of her father as a 40 yr. old woman and the chance to share the love of Christ with him. This was a book I found it hard to put down!

    9. Another holocaust survival story from WWII. So many of them lately! Never knew that the Germans also enslaved the Russian peasants they overthrew. The Germans came out a little better in this autobiography than the Russians due to those Germans who ended up assisting the struggling protagonist family.

    10. This is a VERY good autobiography of a lady who lived through WWII as a child, in Russia, and the many things that happened to her family, including her father being in prison for many years and her mom having to scrape by with odd jobs. It is a quick read because once you start it you can't put it down!

    11. Have read many Holocaust books, but this one was different coming from a Ukranian author. Was there no end to the misery? How hard for Amy to find her father at last and still not be able to see him because of the Cold War. When they finally are able to meet again, it is only for three weeks. Can't fathom such hardship.

    12. A fascinating and hearth-wrenching true story about a Russian peasant girl who is taken with her mother as a POW to work in Germany during WWII. Written from a Christian perspective, it chronicles her coming to Christ and later growth as a Christian. If I hadn't heard it was "as good as The Hiding Place" (my all-time favorite autobiography), I would probably have liked it better.

    13. I did something I never had done before when I started this book. I read the end first. I decided if it didn't end happily, I was not going to read it. I know enough about war and death and at the time I read this I needed some encouragement. I was not disappointed. This was written by Bob George's wife.(Classic Christianity author)

    14. Such an amazing true storya must readbut, be prepared to shed some tears :'(WWII story that spans many decades

    15. I've always been fascinated with books set during the Holocaust, and this was different that most that I'd read, as this was written from a Russian perspective, instead of the usual German.

    16. Another good story about life under communism. The only drawback is that it's from an Arminian viewpoint (that it's our choice to be saved, not God's choosing us).

    17. This is one of my all time favorite books. Set in WWII, it is a story of faith and survival. By the end of the story I was crying so hard it was hard to see the words on the page.

    18. This book is a true story during World War Two and the many years after. I have a love for reading and this book brought me to tears, both times I picked it up.

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