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Live, Love, Lose 1. Blood, Tears, and Farewells

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Genres: Romance, Historical

April 1940, Denmark.

Karl Nielsen is a 17-year-old boy who has been helping his parents at the familial farm from an early age on a small island on the west coast of Denmark. However, his life shatters the day when Germans invade Denmark and arrive where they live. His father still manages to send him on a boat for England before the Nazis can take him away.

In a country he has never been to before, he will have to survive on his own right in the middle of the madness of the war.

Will he manage to make it through despite all the hardships he will have to face?

Well, read to find out.

There will be some violence as this is a war story

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This is a story of an innocent young Dane who must face life in a foreign country besieged by war.  He is befriended by a loving English family who take him into their home and family.  He learns English from them as well as learning about modern metropolitan life so different from his remote life in a fishing village. He also learns about love and heartbreak. Although this is the author's first book and starts slowly, it is a very good read. 

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