The Song of the Stork by Stephan Collishaw

Check out this review of the book, The Song of the Stork, by Stephan Collishaw, as it makes a blog tour stop on Linda’s Book Bag blog

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Some books are special and, as The Song of the Stork by Stephan Collishaw is one such book, I’m thrilled to be sharing my review as part of its launch celebrations. The Song of the Stork was published on 1st March 2017 by Legend Press and is available for purchase here.

The Song of the Stork


Fifteen-year-old Yael is on the run. The Jewish girl seeks shelter from the Germans on the farm of the village outcast. Aleksei is mute and solitary, but as the brutal winter advances, he reluctantly takes her in and a delicate relationship develops.

As her feelings towards Aleksei change, the war intrudes and Yael is forced to join a Jewish partisan group fighting in the woods.

Torn apart and fighting for her life, The Song of the Stork is Yael’s story of love, hope and survival. It is the story of one woman finding a…

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