#Review The Walls Came Down by Ewa Dodd @EwaDodd @aurorametro


Check out this review of the book, The Walls Came Down, by Ewa Dodd, as featured on The Quiet Knitter blog.

The Quiet Knitter

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** my thanks to the author for my copy of this book **

Description:

A boy goes missing during a workers’ strike in 1980s Communist Poland. A journalist in Warsaw is looking for her brother, who’s been missing for twenty years. A London financier is struggling with panic attacks. In Chicago, an old man is dying in a nursing home.

What connects them? As the mystery unravels, the protagonists’ worlds are turned upside down.

My Thoughts & Review:

The Walls Came Down is a book that I found almost impossible to put down once I started reading, the characters and the plot became so very real to me and I found that I desperately didn’t want to part with them, not even to refresh the cuppa that had been forgotten about and gone cold.

Following the stories of three people, Joanna a journalist in Poland, Matty a financier in England…

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