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kindle æ In The Shadow of Dora Û 224 pages Download ↠ danpashley ↠ [Epub] ❧ In The Shadow of Dora By Patrick Hicks – Danpashley.co.uk In the Shadow of Dora spans two very different decades from the Nazi concentration camp of Dora Mittelbau to the coast of central Florida in thIn the Shadow of Dora spans two very different decades from the Nazi concentration camp of Dora Mittelbau to the coast of central Florida in the late 1960s; the book tells the story of the real life intersections between the horror of the Third Reich’s V 2 rocket program and the wonderment of the Apollo missions Eli Hessel a brilliant young Jewish mathematician finds himself deep beneath a mountain where he is forced to build Nazi rockets When he is finally freed from this secret underground concentration camp he immigrates to New York studies astrophysics and is recruited by NASA to help build the largest rocket ever to rise above a launch pad the Saturn V To his shock though he will be under the command of form As a Jewish slave of the Dora Mittelbau concentration camp El

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Tten novel adds to the necessary literature of the Holocaust Hicks is determined to undo the erasures of time while revealing our humanity with a clear eyed lens This is what the art of the novel was invented to do”   Brian Turner author of My Life as a Foreign Country and Here Bullet “Patrick Hicks has managed to bring two of history’s greatest events down to the molecular level in the extraordinary character of Eli Hessel a survivor of the Holocaust and a member of the vast team of scientists that put a man on the moon This story is gripping in its tragedy thrilling in its detail and unforgettable for its protagonist whose will to not only survive but thrive live and love is a testament to the human spiri This is a very thoroughly researched and well written book It

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In The Shadow of Dora Er Nazi scientists Wernher von Braun and Arthur Rudolph both of who were at Dora As America turns to the moon and cheers for rockets that lance the sky Eli is swallowed up by the past and must cope with memories he thought were safely buried This is a novel that asks uestions about memory morality technology and how the past influences the present If we clamp down images of horror will they always ignite and rise up on us? “This is a harrowing journey of survival one that traces the indomitable spirit of one lone man as he spirals deeper and deeper within the Holocaust while also recognizing what it takes minute by minute and day by day to survive decades into the future This painful yet beautifully wri Patrick Hicks has an extraordinary ability to make history co