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Acts of Contrition (Passing Rites, #4) World War II Has Finally Come To An End And Berlin Has Fallen Nearly Everything Margarethe Von Stahle Has Sworn To Protect Has Been Lost After Being Brutally Abused By Occupying Russian Soldiers, Margarethe Must Rely On The Kindness Of Her Friends To Survive Fortunately, The American Army Has Brought Her Former Protege, Sarah Weber, Back To Berlin As Margarethe Confronts Painful Events That Occurred During The War, She Must Learn Both To Forgive And Be Forgiven


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10 thoughts on “Acts of Contrition (Passing Rites, #4)

  1. says:

    I have been trying to write this review for a while and I have been failing for a while Not because I was not fully immersed in the story and not because I was not engrossed in every moment of our protagonist s experience because I was both of these things and so much .When an author can leave their reader dumbfounded and at a loss for words, well, I think that speaks volumes When I first read Occasions of Sin<


  2. says:

    Actual conversation Me I definitely need to make a gin martini while I read the last few chapters of this book gets up to make one Spouse OK, but you do realize it is 2 30pm Me Doesn t matter Margarethe is worth it Ending this series is an event to be remembered rummages around. Babes, please tell me we have gin.Spouse I don t know, that s your thing.Me Oh god, there is no gin and it is Easter wknd The stores are closed N


  3. says:

    When Elena Graf sends you an advanced copy of her latest novel in the Passing Rites series I know that whilst I am doing a little happy dance in front of the computer, she will as soon as I start reading rip out my heart, stomp on it a few times and then meticulously put it back together again And when you come out the other end that poor abused organ feels lighter and fuller at the same time That is what her writing does to me Y


  4. says:

    The problem with reading historical fiction is that you eventually run up againsthistory Especially one set in a time as particularly brutal and horrific as World War II When I first found out that the sequel to Occasions of Sin set in the 1930s Germany was out, it piqued my interest right away as that would mean the author is taking the characters through even interesting times The way I imagined things or the way I wanted it to happen


  5. says:

    In this volume a few years have passed after the events of Lies of Omission.The life Margarethe knew is no longer the same The war came and with it has taken a large chunk of the character.I confess that upon seeing the warnings in the synopsis of the book I was very anxious for what I could find After all, rape is a very heavy subject and because I really like the character I didn t want to read something so devastating happening to her.But my


  6. says:

    I was provided a copy of this book before it was published.This is the final book in the series that focuses on the life of Margarethe von Stahle, a German countess and renown surgeon This book takes place after WWII in 1946 47 and focuses primarily on the character arc of Margarethe as she begins a new relationship in the wake of tragedy and among the ruins of Berlin.Like the other two books, the writing and historical details are exceptional This nove


  7. says:

    Another fantasic historical novel by Elena Graf The historic research, seamless writing and believable characters make this book a must read and feel like a biography than a work of fiction This book will throw you to the floor then pick you up and make everything alright before hitting you again and again, love this series.


  8. says:

    I have to confess that I hesitated to read this series because of the setting in which the stories took place Once I read the first book I couldn t wait for the other two books to be released Yes there are hardships in these novels, however Graf does a beautiful job of writing about the humanity and the resilience of people and the transformative power of love The main character throughout the stories is Margarethe, who at first I thought was going to be the typical ic


  9. says:

    The characters are so rich and well written in the entire series This is a seamless and flawless sequel to books 2 and 3 in the series.The war is over and Margarethe is trying to find semblance, order and the grace she has known all her life, in war torn Berlin There have been some mighty changes in her world, some horrible and some wonderful It s not enough to try and give a review of these books they must be read to be truly appreciated I haven t read a captivating series of


  10. says:

    This was such an excellent last part of the story The characters are superbly alive and the tale riveting I have grown to love these characters very much and will definitely revisit them some day.


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