Yvonne Taylor Transports Readers to WWII-era Norway
"Norway is seldom written about but the Norwegians have developed from an emigrant nation to an immigrant nation in the last 30 years," Taylor says. "Their suffering in WWII is not often acknowledged. This book will somehow portray the mark of that long, remembered history,"
Taylor's tale begins in Norway during WWII, when Germans were occupying the region, and follows the adventures of two young Norwegians who survive imprisonment. After the war, one goes on to have a peaceful, successful life, while the other stays mired in pain and feelings of betrayal.
One former prisoner has been betrayed. When the friends' paths cross once again, a new adventure begins, filled with espionage, romance and drama.
"This book will make people see that our fate can be changed or made," Taylor explains. "Readers will be curious and provoked as to what to do when these things happen to them in real life."
"Norwegian Summers Are Short"
By Yvonne Taylor
Softcover | ISBN 9781491876220
E-Book | ISBN 9781491876237
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Yvonne Taylor was born in England but spent most of her life in Switzerland, where she founded a language school. She has traveled to many countries, speaks four languages and is learning Portuguese. "Norwegian Summers Are Short" was inspired by her recent visit to Norway. Taylor lives at the ItalIan Lakes, where she presides over a cultural association, organizing 60-70 events per year. She is also the author of "Zurich Palermo and Back," "Amy and May" and "When Ends Don't Meet."
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