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Download kindle ß Tamar AUTHOR Mal Peet 432 pages Ô Mal Peet ä ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☀ Tamar Author Mal Peet – Danpashley.co.uk When her grandfather dies Tamar inherits a box containing a series of clues and coded messages Out of the past another Tamar emerges a man involved in the terrifyingNg it is about to transform Tamar’s life forever From acclaimed British sensation Mal Peet comes a masterful story of adventure love secrets and betrayal in time of war both past and prese this is a good book it's good in the way good books are good a good solid goodbook a readable book a book you want to go back to night after night a book that makes you anxious to see how it ends a book with good sentences good words a good story a book where people love each other a book where people hate each other a book where there is danger and there is respite a suspenseful book a book that makes you hungry a books that makes you happy you are not cold and you are not because you live in miami and this is like the warmest winter since south florida was shaped by the planet earth a book you like to hold a book with a good cover good typeface and good substantial pages this is a good book like good books are good like good cups of tea are good like good clean toilets are good like good walks are good like a good warm blanket would be good if you weren't in miami in the warmest winter since the beginning of the planet like a good bath is good and a good shower like a good breakfast is good not though like a good soft dog is good or a good fresh glass of clean water out of the tap or a good hike in pristine mountains or a really good pair of shoes shoes you want to walk in a long time because when you wear them you don't feel your feet so it feels like you can go on forever or like a good healthy body is good and a good healthy mind or a good good friend a friend you can spend hours with a friend who makes you laugh a friend who gets it a friend who when you see them you break into this big great grin and the day is suddenly so good so full of sun or like a good song a song that sinks into your mind and alters the workings of your synapses and suddenly you feel pretty fucking happy or satisfied but not just satisfied like at the end of a decent day satisfied like at the end of lovely tender sex with someone you like a lot whose hands you like a lot whose skin you like a lot whose breath you like like likeso this is a good book but good only in the sense in which all the things in the first paragraph are good not in the sense in which the things in the second paragraph are good and i realize that good the way i use it here is subjective and that people might find a good warm blanket closer to a good soft dog than to a good walk but this is how i see things and to me the things in the first paragraph are good in a different lesser way than the things in the second paragraph at the time of my writing of this review which is january 13 2013 in the hottest winter in the history of the known world

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Ters in Nazi occupied Holland half a century before His story is one of passionate love jealousy and tragedy set against the daily fear and casual horror of the Second World War and unraveli This book started much stronger than it finished It had great promise of mystery and intriguing to come However if you are at all an astute reader you catch the plot twist rather early on The mystery box of items that Tamar's grandfather leaves her with led me to believe that there would be a great unfolding of clues or truths throughout the story In the end all you get is a lengthy explanation from Tamar's estranged father which is a wordy and unfulfilling rehash of the story the reader receives in the flashbacks Also I was perturbed by the preternatural understanding that Tamar's grandfather had taken this bizarre journey too The story line in 1945 was interesting and there were some interesting historical nuggets but neither plot line contained any real build It was all very flat and at times there were so many characters that it became difficult to keep track of who was who I think I'm so frustrated because it had such potential but it was almost like the author didn't have a clear vision when they began writing

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Tamar AUTHOR Mal PeWhen her grandfather dies Tamar inherits a box containing a series of clues and coded messages Out of the past another Tamar emerges a man involved in the terrifying world of resistance figh I took me a while to get into this book It is not my usual choice of genre but I am glad I stuck with it This story takes place in 2 time periods and centers around 2 characters who share a name World War II Tamar is a British soldier stationed in The Nazi occupied Netherlands Present day Tamar named for her grandfather is facing several family crises The story is well crafted and has a twist at the end which you may or may not see coming The wartime section of the story really hit me It amazes me that the soldiers who fought in the war were able to return to any time of 'normal' life afterwards Bottom line masterfully told story especially appealing to WWII or general history buffs Holds appeal for both genders