The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer: The novel The Warsaw Orphan presents the hard realities of life which one have to face while passing through one period of transitions to the next period. These facts never fail and are hard to forget in the history of the human beings. The regimes where the oppression and suppression are made the part of the life of every body and wishes of the ruling individuals are imposed on the common people.

The vested interests of the ruling individuals are the worst types of the regimes and states. living in such societies is not easy and manageable. Those who suffer the trials and tribulations are the great ones. Surely, they deserve our tribute and sincere compliments. The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer is the story that would attract you the most.

Based on the true story of the brave lady who did not care for her own life and saved thousands of the innocent children during the second word war when the brutality and destruction was spread through out the world and the Jews were being killed in Germany especially. She did marvelous job and the present novel pays grand tribute to the serviced and sacrifice of that brave lady. The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer is very interesting and thrilling. The action flows smoothly touching the hearts of the readers.

The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

Elzbieta Rabinek is aware of the rapidly rising discontent just beyond the courtyard of her affluent Warsaw home in the spring of 1942. She despises the Germans who police her streets and enforce curfews, but she has never given any attention to what happens behind the walls that keep her Jewish neighbors safe.
She is all too aware of German cruelty, which is why she must keep her actual identity hidden. Elzbieta discovers a revelation that drives her into a hazardous world of deception and courage while befriending Sara, a nurse who shares her apartment floor.

The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

Using Sara‘s credentials to smuggle children out of the ghetto exposes Elzbieta to the truth of the conflict taking place outside its borders, as well as the tragedy of the Gorka family, who must choose between giving up their newborn daughter and watching her starve. This last injustice inspires Roman Gorka to rebel with a fury that not even his newfound love for Elzbieta can quell.

The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer

His irresponsibility, however, draws unwelcome attention to Sara’s cause, unknowingly placing Elzbieta and her family in danger until one violent act threatens to end their chance at freedom forever. The Warsaw Orphan by Kelly Rimmer is the best among the novels written on the cruelties of the dictatorships and oppressors.

After Truths I Never Told You, Rimmer’s latest compelling novel depicts the perilous hazards faced by two teens whose families live on opposite sides of the Warsaw Ghetto wall in Nazi-occupied Poland. Roman Gorka, 16, has spent nearly two years in the ghetto with his parents, younger brother, and three other families crammed into their flat in 1942. Eleonora, his new baby sister, adds to the chaos, while Roman, who works at a factory, tries to support the family. Meanwhile, Elzbieta Rabinek, 14, has relocated to a neighboring flat in Warsaw with her adopted parents and uncle. Elzbieta quickly gets involved in transporting Jewish youngsters out of the ghetto and promises to help Eleonora as well.

Once the Germans commence regular deportations from the ghetto and tales of mass killing emerge, the family accepts. Roman builds a tight relationship with Elzbieta as the tale progresses, and he is caught up in the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Rimmer does an excellent job of bringing WWII Warsaw to life, especially the secret efforts of nurses to save Jewish children. There are a lot of books out there that cover similar ground, but this one sticks out.

Fans of Rimmer, whose previous works include bestsellers The Things We Cannot Say, Truths I Never Told You and Before I Let You Go, will recognise the character of Elzbieta who also appeared in The Things We Cannot Say. This time, however, Elzbieta is the true heroine, whose courage at such a young age is inspiring. I eagerly read this book, desperate to find out what happened to Elzbieta, Roman and their families. The evocative language takes you right into the heart of Warsaw, to a time in history that is truly hard to fathom, yet so important to read about.

Fans of historical fiction and war history will devour this book, as will lovers of Rimmer’s beautiful writing and characters. She weaves hope and humanity into one of history’s darkest chapters. So while you might need to keep the tissues nearby, inspiration and strength abounds within this story.

From Nazi occupation to the threat of a communist regime, The Warsaw Orphan is the unforgettable story of Elzbieta and Roman’s perilous attempt to reclaim the love and life they once knew

About the Writer:

Kelly Rimmer is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and worldwide bestselling author of contemporary and historical fiction, including The Secret Daughter and The Things We Cannot Say. Kelly lives in rural Australia with her family and a whole menagerie of badly behaved animals. Her novels have been translated into more than 20 languages.

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