The Wild Grasses by Cheryl Freier
Hidden Truth Poems

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The book was written as a second sequel and was written, of course, after my husband died. Yes, I as the writer chose to have the usage of the fantastic characters, the angels, for example, in the book. For one, I really believe in angels. I really believe that angels are many times guided by G-d. I do believe that angels helped people that survived in WWII. I was not a victim of the war as was so many other people, civilians and soldiers, and other military, of course. But my husband's story of when he was growing up in Nazi Slovakia was told to me so very vividly by my mother-in-law, Anna, and by my husband, Martin, that I for many years began to think of myself as a survivor of the Holocaust. I am proud to have known Martin for the years that I was privileged to have been married to him. I have loved him always and always will love him. He was special because he was always a believer in the truth. I am trying to follow in his footsteps.

About Cheryl Freier

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Cheryl is a published author of two novels and Blossoms Around The Circles is her third book. She is active in literacy issues and as a tutor besides writing. She spends time with her family and gardening in the interim. The author is dedicated to writing stories that will bring to life the war time horrors that people lived through. She takes their stories way beyond the war time and shows you how they have made a sizeable contribution to their families, to their countries, and to their communities. It is through her telling of her husband's story that he becomes alive again to the readers in our hearts, minds, and in our souls. The author has helped to do her part in immortalizing a wonderful person. This is what society needs today: a good example to follow.
Published November 26, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 165 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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