The Art of Waiting, Paperback

The Art of Waiting Paperback



Russia, 1943. A girl from Leningrad and a soldier from Venice stand together on the edge of wilderness.

He is a shadow of a man, trapped behind wire, an enemy in her land.

Taking something from her pocket, she slips her hand through the wire and catches her skin on a barb producing a tiny drop of blood.'Have this.' The man takes the gift - a small crust of bread, a little piece of hope.

Its memory will nourish him, keep him alive, on his long journey home to Italy.But when he returns, he must decide which path to take - to be true to the love of the girl who saved his life, or to pursue hisunfulfilled vow and seek revenge on the man who had ruined his home and his family.




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