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Read & Download Breaking the Code Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ò On his 81st birthday without explanation Karen Alaniz's father placed two weathered notebooks on her lap Inside were than 400 pages of letters he'd written to his parents during WWII She began reading them and the she read the she discovered about the man she nevOn his 81st birthday without explanation Karen Alaniz's father placed two weathered notebooks on her lap Inside were than 400 pages of letters he'd written to his parents during WWII She began reading them and the she read the she discover. Karen Fisher Alaniz told the story of her father's WWII experience with such honesty and sincerity it took my breath away It speaks of a generation uickly disappearing often leaving their stories untold and worse unasked for Men and women returned home from the war with the simple desire to get their lives back to resume where they were before going off to Europe the Pacific or wherever they were sent Many didn't speak of their experiences Many were never asked I'm sure there were a lot of letters sent home and kept by mothers waiting for their sons and husbands to return Kept just in case The message here is find the letters left behind speak to your parents about their experiences appreciate our returning vets They deserve it I received this book a free through Goodreads First Reads giveaway

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Er began to suffer making their meetings as much about healing as discovery Thus began an unintended journey one taken by a father and daughter who thought they knew each other as they became newly bound in ways that transcended age and ti. This book has drawn me into the depths of a personal heart touching story from a collection of 400 letters which have been put together over a long period of time from the days of WWII The author had a hard job of transcribing these letters due to the fact they were written at night with very little light and not at a desk but within bed which made the handwriting with small letters hard to interpret

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Breaking the CodeEd about the man she never knew and the secret role he played in WWIIThey began to meet for lunch every week for her to ask him uestions and him to provide the answers And with painful memories now at the forefront of his thoughts her fath. The couple low ratings are somewhat surprising to me I know that's to be expected with any book but I liked this to the point that I'm not sure I can get rid of it I swap my books when I'm finished 99% of the timeI think maybe people expected this to be mostly about the authors fathers past and while that plays a big part the dynamics of how this book came to be also plays a big part Personally I found all of it interesting The authors father as a person is obviously an interesting person and what's happened in his life only adds to that as his stores showLuckily Karen Fisher Alaniz can write So many times I pick up a first book by an author especially non fiction and especially especially when it's about a past or present family matter and the writer has this story they want to get out but they cannot write There's not much worse than a good story written poorly That's not the case here at all At all I was finished in about two days if I remember right and that's because I didn't want to put to down I'd recommend reading through the reviews maybe trying to find a sample before just diving in It's not for everyone If history andor personal family matters has never interested you for instance you probably won't get too into this If those topics are some of your favorites you may very well love thisI loved the photos and excerpts that really brings it all home I don't think the book would have been the same without them I wouldn't mind reading something else by the author I think she could take a time period in our history and write a book after researching points and with how she writes I think it'd have a good chance of being a winner I'm glad I found and won this on FirstReads I still don't know if I'll regret swapping it so for now I'll be holding on to it